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Just been on Sky, all 4 Charged with being involved in a fraudulent scheme concerning the takeover of Rangers, the 3 D&P are also charged with trying to pervert the course of justice.

 

Quite serious charges I'd have thought :cool6:

 

Duff and Phelps covering it up then seems likely. As a shareholder I cant wait to sue these people.

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Four men have appeared in court charged with fraudulent activity following a probe into the sale of Rangers in 2011.

 

David Grier, Paul Clark and David Whitehouse worked for Duff and Phelps, who were Rangers' administrators.

 

Gary Withey worked for law firm Collier Bristow, which represented Craig Whyte before he bought Rangers from Sir David Murray for £1 in 2011.

 

All four made no plea or declaration at Glasgow Sheriff Court and were granted bail ahead of a future hearing.

 

Mr Grier, Mr Clark and Mr Whitehouse were also charged with attempting to pervert the course of justice.

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No images of the other three leaving court.

 

Anyone know or looking to hazard a guess at possible consequences at the Club's current legal status? Could this nightmare ever be reversed?

 

Hard to see it what with no arrest for green etc.

 

That said part of the fraud was certainly the admin of the club.

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No images of the other three leaving court.

 

Anyone know or looking to hazard a guess at possible consequences at the Club's current legal status? Could this nightmare ever be reversed?

 

Cannot see it affecting our current status one iota.

 

This part of the the nightmare is for all intents and purposes irreversible.

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