The UK Column is appalled by the decision of Sheriff Principle Edward Bowen to jail Robert Green today in what can only be described as a huge miscarriage of justice.
Robert has been the leading campaigner in support of justice for Hollie Greig.
The legal proceedings against him came as the result of his arrest for attempting to distribute leaflets while standing as a Parliamentary candidate in Aberdeen at the last General Election.
Robert had been standing on the single issue of the alleged, uninvestigated, abuse of Hollie Greig while she was a child.
Since his arrest, Robert has been subject to numerous breaches of his human rights, and repeated irregularities in the legal process, culminating in a trial presided over by a Sheriff with what seems to be a clear conflict if interest - the apparent friendship between Sheriff Bowen and Elish Angiolini.
A complaint has already been lodged with the Judicial Office.
Robert has clearly been imprisoned to send a message to everyone campaigning for Hollie.
While we would like to express our concerns for Robert's safety in a Scottish prison, we would also like to echo the sentiments of the Hollie Demands Justice campaign - this campaign will not be silenced through this type of blatant intimidation.
Read Tony Bennett who is facing the same situation