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Thieves have stolen a memorial plaque to a victim of the Ibrox Disaster ââ?¬â?? just three weeks after it was unveiled in a Glasgow park.

 

The brass plaque, which paid tribute to 16-year-old Robert Mulholland, was torn off the memorial bench in Victoria Park, Whiteinch.

 

Rangersââ?¬â?¢ fan Joe Burke, who led the fundraising campaign for the tribute to the Drumchapel youngster, said the thieves were ââ?¬Å?nothing short of disgustingââ?¬Â.

 

http://www.eveningtimes.co.uk/news/editor-s-picks/sick-thieves-steal-ibrox-disaster-memorial-1.1114489

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This is the sick f#*ked up country we live in today, with scum like this running around society at it's worst, but no wait this is salmonds Scotland there's much worse than that football fans singing bad songs, makes you want to cry hope when they catch (Don't laugh guys) this scum they throw the book at them, but no they will misunderstood poor wee souls give them a holiday away from the cesspit they have created with a slap on the wrist, but sing the wrong words 5 years don't pass go don't collect two hundred pounds. Sitting shaking my head hate this country.

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Terrible!!! Just goes to show what a shit country we're living in is turning into. Folks are stealing brass memorials for cash, and feck everybody else.

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