Tuesday Headlines – Catholic Church ‘Covered Up’ Abuse, DJ Terrified of Returning Home

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Welcome to the daily briefing from Tuesday at noon.

The main stories on this morning’s Daily Record website include an alleged cover-up of the sexual abuse of two alter boys by the Catholic Church, a female DJ who said she was terrified to return home due to the shortage of pandemic taxis and the last Scots. woman tried for witchcraft has inspired a new film.

Here are the latest headlines from Scotland beyond Tuesday, October 12th.

Scottish priest sexual abuse of two altar boys “covered” by Catholic Church, judge says



Father Thomas MacCarte of Glasgow assaulted two children after allowing them to smoke cannabis and drink alcohol

A Scottish priest sexual abuse of two altar boys was “covered” by the Catholic Church , said a judge.

Father Thomas MacCard, from Glasgow , assaulted two children after allowing them to smoke cannabis and drink alcohol.

A court heard that the teens were engulfed in anger, shame and self-hatred, with one attempting to kill himself.

The incident happened at Bishop Eton Monastery in Childwall, Liverpool and one of the boy’s fathers complained to church.

READ MORE: Scottish priest’s sexual abuse of two altar boys ‘covered’ by Catholic Church, judge says

Top DJ, terrified on returning home, now fears for women’s safety amid pandemic taxi shortage



Rosie returned home with a boyfriend who she said was the scariest 40 minute trip of her life
Rosie returned home with a boyfriend who she said was the scariest 40 minute trip of her life

A DJ fears for Women’s safety due to a shortage of taxi drivers caused by the pandemic – after being harassed walking from work in the wee hours of the morning.

Rosie Shannon, 29, performs under the name AISHA and has been a DJ at nightclubs in Berlin and recently joined as a resident at the Sub Club on Jamaica Street, Glasgow .

When she returned to work in September, Rosie realized she was unable to take a cab and drove home with a buddy – which she said was the scariest 40-minute trip ever. his life, or waited two hours for a taxi.

She said she had been approached on several occasions by men who wanted to chat and felt that men should arbitrate their behavior to make women less uncomfortable.

READ MORE: Top DJ left terrified on her way home now fears for women’s safety due to pandemic taxi shortage

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Last Scottish woman in Britain to stand trial for witchcraft inspires new film



Helen Duncan, the last person convicted of fraud in the UK in 1944.
Helen Duncan, of Callander, was the last person convicted of theft in the UK in 1944.

A Scottish medium who was the last person in Britain to stand trial for witchcraft is set to be the subject of a new feature film.

Helen Duncan, mother of six from Callander, Stirlingshire, was imprisoned in 1944 under 1735 Witchcraft Act after saying she had a vision of the sinking of a Royal Navy ship.

Duncan, who died at the age of 59 in Edinburgh in 1956, claimed to have supernatural abilities and held sessions. At one o’clock, she claimed to have contacted a sailor who died on HMS Barham.

News that it had been torpedoed with hundreds of lives lost had not been made public and it was brought to the attention of authorities.

READ MORE: Last Scottish woman in Britain to stand trial for witchcraft inspires new film

Scottish police slammed ‘wall of silence’ in alleged sexism case



DCI Kevin Jamieson
DCI Kevin Jamieson

Scottish Police are involved in a secrecy case relating to a disciplinary case involving allegedly sexist remarks by a murderous police officer.

Detective Chief Inspector Kevin jamieson was asked about claims he referred to a “yeast infection” in a speech about a colleague, but the force refuses to comment on the result.

Jamieson, who has worked on several high-profile criminal investigations, struggled after giving a speech during a departure.

A complaint has been filed after he allegedly made inappropriate comments about a woman’s clothing and a yeast infection.

A source compared the content to sexist comments heard on police drama Life On Mars, in which actor Philip Glenister plays an 80s cop with outdated views.

READ MORE: Scottish police slammed ‘wall of silence’ in alleged sexism case

Best Scottish Doctor Says Giving GPs the Power to Prescribe Cannabis Medicines to Children with Epilepsy Could Save Lives



Pediatric neurologist Dr Adelaida Martinez wants GPs to prescribe cannabis products now that she has retired

Family physicians should be allowed to donate cannabis medications that prevent children from suffering epileptic seizures, said a neurologist.

Dr Adelaida Martinez claims to authorize GPS giving the drugs would prevent “life-threatening” situations.

The expert has been writing prescriptions for two Scots on “compassionate grounds” for three years.

Unauthorized CBD drugs help relieve seizures experienced by both new Murray Gray and Cole Thomson.

But while the drugs would be free to them on the NHS, they need a pediatric neurologist to sign the prescriptions.

READ MORE: Best Scottish Doctor Says Giving GPs the Power to Prescribe Cannabis Medicines to Children with Epilepsy Could Save Lives

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