wanted to buy a laptop largely to help various legal actions he has pursued and continues to bring.
began to ask Mr Dalglish: "So you, an icon, I am going to suggest a very important role model to young men who support Liverpool, laugh at the fact that they break the law by going in without tickets .
, 53, who is serving life for murdering and dismembering Barry Wallace, 18, was targeted by violent offender Daniel Hamilton.
, 53, was jailed for life for murdering and dismembering Kilmarnock teenager Barry Wallace in 1999.
But he was freed in June 1989 after three Appeal Court judges ruled his conviction could not legally stand, stating the trial judge should not have let the jury hear evidence of previous attacks by Beggs
used a saw and a knife to cut up Mr Wallace before throwing his limbs and torso into Loch Lomond and his head into the sea at Troon.
, dubbed the "limbs-in-the-loch" murderer, used a saw and a knife to cut up Mr Wallace before throwing his limbs and torso into Loch Lomond and his head into the sea at Troon.
It's just who he is, and friends and associates say it is those traits that have allowed Beggs
to build Lionsgate TV into a biz contender in scripted series at a time when most other indies have fled for the hills.
Like many roots players, Beggs
takes traditional songs, including "Ain't Gonna Work Tomorrow" and "All the Good Times are Past and Gone," and puts a new spin on them.
An angry Mr Beggs
was not impressed that Ireland's national airline was playing a song by the Wolfe Tone Derek Warfield.
, 38, of Kilmarnock, Ayrshire, was jailed for life last week after being found guilty of murdering Barry Wallace, also from Kilmarnock, in 1999.
, 38, of Kilmarnock, should have faced a retrial after Court of Appeal judges quashed his conviction for the murder of Barry Oldham in 1987, MP Phil Gallie said.