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Last Updated: Sunday, 28 August 2005, 09:04 GMT 10:04 UK
What the Scottish Sunday papers say
Most, but not all, of Scotland's titles are still concentrating on the Rory Blackhall murder.

The Sunday Express writes that grieving Michelle and Russell Blackhall sobbed for their murdered son, as a stranger wearing a military-style deerstalker emerged as the prime suspect.

The Sunday Mail tells how the 11-year-old's parents visited the woodland where Rory's body was found.

They laid flowers, says the News of the World - while the Sunday Herald reports that police are focussing on one key suspect seen emerging from woodland near Meldrum Primary School the day before the Livingston schoolboy disappeared.

The Sunday Post writes that investigators issued a description of a man they want to interview.

The Sunday Times tells its readers how associates of Jack McConnell have said in a biography that he feels "humiliated and betrayed" by Tony Blair who he believes is "weak" and "untrustworthy".

A former Scottish police chief has given lawyers a signed statement claiming that key evidence in the Lockerbie bombing trial was fabricated, says Scotland on Sunday.

And an account of how two-timing TV star Ally McCoist had phone sex with his mistress while celebrating his other lover's pregnancy with his child, is on the front page - and pages four and five - of the Sunday Mirror.




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