Scotland’s ‘most dangerous prisoner’ is a shit-smearing tranny called ‘Mighty Almighty’

Tiffany Scott, formerly Andrew Burns, flew off the handle when the judge refused to acknowledge ‘her’ gender

From the Scottish Sun

An insane tranny flipped when a judge misgendered it in a Scottish courtroom, when it was pulled up for attacking guards during a dirty protest.

Falkirk Sheriff Court was put on lockdown on August 30 when Andrew Burns, now called Tiffany Scott, was hauled up for sentencing.

Stunning Tiffany, 26, was led up to the dock in torn apart clothing while shouting abuse at the sheriff (the judge).

He had been called up for assaulting guards and a prison nurse during a dirty protest at Glenochil Prison, where staff were complying with calling him Mighty Almighty or Obi Wan Kenobi.

Tiffany, a young woman from Scotland.

The Scottish Sun reported:

Surrounded by a ring of security guards and with police standing by, Scott replied “no” when asked by the clerk of court, “Are you Tiffany Louise Scott, formerly known as Andrew Burns?”

Sheriff Derek Livingston said: “I’m satisfied that’s who he is.”

Scott shouted: “I’m not ‘he’ anything – she.”

Local solicitor Dick Sandeman, appointed by the court to represent Scott, said he had been unable to obtain instructions.

Scott interrupted: “You don’t represent me – you’re involved in it.”

Scott is led into back of security van outside court

Scott is led into back of security van outside court

Mr Sandeman continued: “That’s correct.

“But I’ve not been instructed at all in this matter by Miss Scott, and there’s nothing therefore I can say in terms of mitigation.”

Scott shouted “f***ing transphobe b*****d” and “c***” as Sheriff Livingston jailed her for a further year on five charges of assault and one of criminal damage, ordering the term to be served consecutive to her present one.

He added: “Take him down.”

The charges followed incidents from 2015 when Tiffany was in a segregation unit in Glenochil Prison.

At the time, guards had hilariously being complying with his demands to be identified as “Mighty Almighty” or “Obi Wan Kenobi”.

Tiffany had covered himself in shit, smeared it across the cell and tried to hang himself with apparently tear-proof clothing.

The Scottish Sun court report says it all:

Scott later assaulted prison officer Paul Lockie, 45, throwing a cup of liquid, possibly urine, at him.

She also assaulted the jail nurse, Fiona Parker, in a consultation room, striking her on the back with a hurled chair, and another officer, Kenneth Hilton, by punching him in the face as Mr Hilton sat at a desk doing paperwork.

In further incidents, she spat at another officer, Adam Sneddon, and tried to bite him, during an ambulance journey between Glenochil Prison and the Forth Valley Royal Hospital, 14 miles away, and threw her dinner and plate at prison officer Vikki Hamilton, hitting her on the head.

The court heard that most prisoners would have been unable to rip up the special “anti-ligature” clothing that Scott was wearing in the segregation unit.

Mr Lockie said: “It’s supposed to be untearable, but Tiffany could rip it up no problem.”

Fellow prison officer Colin Park, 41, said Scott had told staff she had “weapons secreted”, such as razor blades and needles, with which she could have harmed them, which was why he and his fellow officers had to wear full protective clothing to enter her cell and cut the noose from her neck during her attempted hanging.

He said she was blue in the face and he had to use a special tool to remove the tight ligature.

He said: “I lifted Mr Almighty, as he was then known, into the rest position, and called for medical attention.”

He added: “I wouldn’t say Mr Almighty was predictable. That wouldn’t be the word. Mr Almighty was very persistent in carrying out his behaviours. Whereas other prisoners would not have attempted it [tearing the ‘tear-proof’ clothing], he would.”

Mr Park said that the fire suppression valve that Scott had used as a ligature point was damaged, and had sprayed water all over the cell.

The case was initially due to be heard at Alloa earlier this year, but was dropped after an internal report warned Scott was “too dangerous” to be tried in public in the Victorian court house there.

After an outcry from prison officers’ union officials, it was re-raised in Falkirk, one of the highest-security court complexes in Scotland.

Scott is one of only some 100 offenders in Scotland subject to an Order for Lifelong Restriction (OLR), meaning she will only be released when she is no longer considered an “unmanageable risk to public safety”.

She has a string of conviction for crimes including assaults, vandalism and resisting arrests.

In 2010, she assaulted a nurse when he escaped a hospital in Crewe, Cheshire.

Four years ago, she also admitted stalking a 13-year-old girl by sending her letters from her cell at Polmont Prison, near Falkirk.

She was sentenced to 14 months and given her OLR at the High Court in Glasgow.

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