BBC Scotland have pulled the plug on their coverage of the Dave King case at the Court of Session.
Throughout yesterday Alasdair Lamont tweeted from the courtroom on day one of the two day trial.
Despite the explosive content and revelation that the South African based criminal couldn’t fund a takeover there was no mention of the case on Reporting Scotland last night.
I’m not at the second day of this I’m afraid. Sure there’ll be updates later in the day though. https://t.co/5YeQLfWK1p
â€” Alasdair Lamont (@BBCAlLamont) October 13, 2017
Yesterday Lamont was able to provide an excellent twitter service, direct and effectively uncensored as King’s case fell apart.
After initially claiming that he hadn’t acted alongside the Three Bears King then claimed that the share purchase was through New Oasis Asset Limited only for his involvement with that company to be exposed.
He then came up with the claim that there was no appetite to sell shares at 20p before his representative admitted that the South African based criminal didn’t have the funds to finance the takeover.
Lord Bannatyne is expected to take upto two months to deliver his verdict with King facing a criminal conviction.