On various occasions between 1 June 2009 and 7 December 2010 at (various Aberdeen addresses) High Street, Princes Street Gardens and Meadowbank Stadium, all Edinburgh you did conduct yourself in a disorderly manner, conduct a public campaign of harassment against named persons, send and cause to be delivered letters, leaflets, emails etc to various persons, post or cause to be posted articles etc on internet websites, take part in online radio broadcasts and internet discussions and by said means repeatedly make allegations of sexual abuse of named children, murder and complicity in murder and the suppression of evidence against AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA (SIXTEEN NAMES REDACTED), place them in a state of fear and alarm for their safety, in particular to the alleged victims of sexual abuse, causing the apprehension of a serious public disturbance in Aberdeen and elsewhere in the UK and commit a breach of the peace.
On various occasions between 5 March 2010 and 7 December 2010 you failed to comply with bail conditions in that you participated in television and radio broadcasts and online discussions using the internet regarding the allegations libelled against you and participated in public meetings, distributed leaflets, contacted other individuals and placed adverts in the Evening Express and Press & Journal regarding the allegations libelled against you.
You did between 22 April 2010 and 7 December 2010 participate in online and telephone discussions which were not for the sole purpose of social contact with friends and family in breach of your bail conditions.
On 14 August 2010 you sent emails to (TWO NAMES REDACTED) that were grossly offensive or of an indecent, obscene or menacing character, in that said messages related to allegations of sexual abuse of children and murder contrary to the Communications Act 2003.
On 1 September 2010 you sent emails to (ONE NAME REDACTED) that were grossly offensive or of an indecent, obscene or menacing character, in that said messages related to allegations of sexual abuse of children and murder contrary to the Communications Act 2003.