No campaign to face probe over Scotland's independence referendum | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED

No campaign to face probe over Scotland's independence referendum

Anti-Scottish independence campaigners will face a formal investigation over allegations that they breached electoral law in last month’s referendum, the Crown Office has said.

“We can confirm that Crown counsel has instructed Police Scotland to commence an investigation into alleged breaches of Schedule 7, Paragraph 7, of the Scottish Independence Referendum Act 2013,” the Scottish prosecution service said in a statement on Saturday.

The allegations apparently relate to comments by Scottish Conservative Party Leader and Member of the Scottish Parliament Ruth Davidson, who said pro-UK campaigners violated electoral law by counting postal votes ahead of referendum polling day.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

But apparently not the photos and videos of fraud, or the bags of abandoned YES votes. This is merely pretending their is an investigation with which to reassure the slaves that they did in fact vote for their enslavement.

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