Tag: Kill The Bill

FAC. Dion's Story – Guilty Until Proven Innocent.

On the 26th of December 2012 I was enjoying watching my team over the festive period. This came to a quick end when I was wrongly arrested under the Offensive behaviour at Football and Threatening Communications act 2012 and for apparently singing a song supporting a terrorist organisation. I was held in custody over night, […]

Peaceful Fans Attacked and Harassed

Police State Scotland Well done to Alex Salmond you got your way and gave your Police force the powers to carry out state condoned thuggery on peaceful protesters. Today my wife ,myself , hundreds of fans and the general public seen the state’s boot boys in all their fascist glory. How many times have you heard ‘everything was fine […]

Remember today when you go to the ballot box

The SNP have got their way and pushed through an ill thought out and dangerous piece of legislation against the wishes of most of the country. They have succeeded in criminalising football supporters and done absolutely nothing about sectarianism in Scottish society. This smacks of narrow minded thinking and total arrogance. Will this law prevent RC Churches being vandalised […]

Celtic Fans at the crossroad or stuck on a roundabout?

As this song debate rumbles one it must be remembered that it’s nothing new. My earliest memories are from when I travelled on the Supporters bus from Springburn. My Uncle was heavily involved with the CSC and helped set up the first Celtic social club in Springburn based at the old CO-OP building in Angus […]

Joe O'Rourke gives TCN his views on "the bill" – A must read

By Joe O’rourke ,General Secretary of the Celtic Supporters Association. Considering Celtic Manager Neil Lennon was receiving threats from immediately after our victory at Snake Mountain at New Year; it was strange that the Chief Constable of Strathclyde Police, Stephen House waited until after the so-called “Shame Game” in March to announce his concerns about […]

Fans Against Criminalisation Demo – Attend and show your opposition to the bill

Tomorrow F.A.C are hosting a demonstration against the Offensive Behaviour at Football and Threatening Communications (Scotland) Bill in George Square ,Glasgow. The Demo begins at 12.30pm and F.A.C ask that fans start congregating at 12.00pm.