Will never forget the feeling when the news broke. In those days i went to every game, i was 22 and Hibs were everything to me. I and hundreds of fans just stood outside ER because we did not know what to do. Meetings were held in the Hibs Club, led by the late Kenny McLean and plans of action agreed. Hands of Hibs t-shirts were made (John Leslie wore one on Blue Peter) and the movement grew. I thought more direct action was called for so we went to his house in the dead of night. My pal was a painter so we had a bucket of wallpaper paste. We covered the walls to his house in Hands of Hibs posters and when we left it looked like a bomb site. His maroon Jag (XX1) was lucky ! He totally freaked. Phoned the Hibs Club soon after and said "Call off your dogs i am pulling out." Dark times but we survived and i and many others will never forget what he tried to do to us.