A Plea From BNP Scotland
26 / November / 2002
There has been an outrageous attack
on David Wilson in today's Daily Record. You will see
the article using the link below. What we are asking
everyone to do is to email their complaint to the News
Editor, Tom Hamilton, ASAP. We ask everyone if they
will do this. These attacks by the Daily Record cannot
be tolerated. This paper is vehement in it's criticism
of schoolbullies, and quite rightly so, but when it
allows itself to bully an individual and those nearest
and dearest to him it cannot be tolerated. We ask every
last one of you to register your disgust re, this deplorable
scumbag form of journalism. Please do so using no swearwords
or threats of violence. We are a legitimate political
party and the sooner these lowlife "journalists"
realise this the better. We will only play further into
their hands if we appear thuggish.
Tom Hamilton's address.
Our kindest regards for your cooperation
Family man' left wife and kids
Cara Page Exclusive
A MARRIED BNP supporter who
preaches family values left his wife to live with a
Father-of-two David Wilson was jailed
for four months for distributing anti-Moslem leaflets
in the name of Families Against Immigrant Racism.
But Wilson,31, left his wife of 10
years Elizabeth, 33, and their daughters aged seven
He turned his affections to ****
****, 31, and the couple bought a house in Janetta Street,
Yoker, Glasgow, just weeks before he was jailed this
Now the Record can reveal how ****
has opened her heart to friends about the "love
of her life" and has vowed to stand by him.
She said: "I love him so much
that this is almost physically painful.
"It was a bad thing, but he
is more sorry than you could ever know.
"He hates himself, has tried
suicide twice and he's self-harming."
Yesterday, the Record told how Wilson
was sacked from his job at Bae Systems in Scotstoun.
Now BNP Scotland have launched a support fund for Wilson
on their website - and to gather messages of support.
Police raided his marital home in
Alexandria after he distributed racist leaflets in Glasgow's
Pollokshields - Scotland's biggest Moslem community
in July last year. They found a hoard of right wing
His marriage fell apart and in August
this year he moved in with **** who now works for Glasgow
engineering firm Mott McDonald.
She initially contacted the Record
to talk but then changed her mind. But while at work,
**** had been pouring out her heart to friends on an
internet message board.
On November 14 she told them: "Today
my boyfriend was jailed for 4 months. I DO NOT condone
his actions, I cannot defend them. I will say however
that he is a changed man."
She went on to say that when his
best friend died in a car crash, Wilson became an "angry
She wrote: "(He) went looking
for trouble - he got it.
"That's not an excuse, many
people suffer grief and don't go out and do horrible
stuff to others. It took me a long time to come to terms
with what he's done and it took me even longer to believe
"David phoned from prison, he's
been put in segregation but not with the paedophiles
which is what was worrying him. I'm scared for him.
"He's a good man, he's not a
racist, he just got mixed up with those scumbags at
a bad time in his life and they dropped him in it up
to his neck, now he's been made an example of.
"He loves his children and he's
lost his job now so he can't provide for them when he
gets out and that's his biggest worry."
**** also ridiculed the Daily Record's
reporter on the message board, insisting we knew nothing
about her. Unknown to her we were reading every word.
Last night, when the Record contacted
she declined to comment but quickly emailed her friends.
She said: "Oh dear lord I'm
so freaked out, that journalist has just phoned me.
She knows everything about me ... S***. S***. S***."