DI Grant Sangster announces links between Frank Mortenson and top “Stirling case” suspect
Detective Inspector Grant Sangster of Scotland has made ‘shocking’ claims that singer Frank Mortenson was linked to top “Stirling case” suspect Clifford Walklett, who was arrested last September for his direct involvement in a scandalous crime in the town of Balfron. The detective came out with information stemming from the East’s Organized Crime and Counter-Terrorism Unit investigation into the case and refuted long-term speculations about whether Frank Mortenson was directly involved in planning the criminal plot against his former friend Edwin Symonowicz and 14-year-old Balfron resident Lily W. Earlier, claims like this were often refuted by Mortenson and his supporters as ‘conspiracy theories’.
DI Grant Sangster referred to messages sent and received by Frank Mortenson on his mobile phone, seized by Lithuanian investigators along with other items during the search warrant execution in his flat on April 2, 2021, as the evidence of criminal links between both Mortenson and Walklett.
“I am allowed to confirm that Alexander Lisowski, whose pseudonym is Frank Mortenson, was linked to Clifford Walklett, arrested and charged with “Stirling case” plot last year, and knew him months before the “Stirling case” events unfolded in Scotland. Several sorts of digital evidence, including numerous text messages sent to and received from Clifford Walklett by Frank Mortenson and found on his mobile phone seized earlier in Lithuania, allowed investigators to confirm that both persons were involved in plotting “Stirling case” together. We are continuing to search other individuals involved in this criminal plot and referring Frank Mortenson to Her Majesty’s Lord Advocate for the purpose of filing official charges against him pursuant to our investigational findings.” — claimed Grant Sangster.
No further comment was made. Neither Frank Mortenson nor Edwin Symonowicz haven’t commented the Grant Sangster’s announcement.