Royal Gay Sex Scandal

So the perpetrators of this blackmail plot about the royal gay sex scandal have been found guilty and sentenced to five years each. No, I still can\’t say who it was all about but that is easy enough to find out.

What everyone is really interested in of course is whether the allegations were true, not whether they were being used for blackmail purposes: both thing that are true and those that are untrue can be used to extort.

Recall that the evidence as such was film of a servant alledging:

The tapes claimed that the married member of the royal family, witness A, performed a sex act on the male aide at a party and took cocaine with him.

So, film of someone boasting that such and such had happened. Was it actually true?

Strachan, 31, and McGuigan, 41, used the tapes to demand money from A, but in court they have admitted that the gay sex allegations were untrue in their mind.

The convicts don\’t think so. But, then, should we take the word of convicted criminals?

The truth is, we don\’t know the veracity of the allegations at all. What fun, eh?

 

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