Five men who were found guilty of their roles in an assassination plot have been sentenced to a total of 53 years imprisonment at the High Court in Glasgow.
Antoin Duffy, also known as Anton Duffy (DOB 09/05/1976), Martin Hughes (27/04/1979) and Paul Sands (DOB 08/06/1983) were convicted of conspiring to murder John Adair and Sam McCrory . Duffy and Hughes were also convicted of offences under the Terrorism Act relating to the preparation for these attacks and other acts of terrorism intended to be carried out by Duffy.
Their co-accused Craig Convery (DOB 10/10/1976) and Gordon Brown (16/07/1985) were convicted of their roles in an associated organised crime group.
At the High Court in Glasgow today, Stanley Sandison was sentenced to seven years imprisonment and placed on the Sex Offenders' Register for abusing and raping a number of girls over a twelve year period
Three football fans were today sentenced at Edinburgh Sheriff Court to prison, and one given a Community Payback Order, for the part they played in a large scale violent disturbance with rival fans in the Grassmarket area of Edinburgh.