celtic Boys Club fiend Frank Cairney has launched a bid to be freed from jail while he fights his child abuse rap.
The disgraced ex-coach, 83, will ask appeal judges to bail him this week as he challenges his conviction for preying on eight lads
His brazen release hope comes as sources told how he was rushed to hospital from prison following a “health scare”.
An insider said today: “He’s appealing his conviction on Thursday and hopes to attend court in Edinburgh
“While the appeal court consider it, he’s applying for bail.
“It remains to be seen if it’s granted but the thought that he could be out on Thursday is astonishing. Either he doesn’t give a damn about the victims or he’s in total denial.”
The source said Cairney — branded a “wolf in sheep’s clothing” for trying to cover up 21 years of abuse — was suspected of faking a heart attack last week in a sickening attempt to get the court’s sympathy
They added: “He was given medical treatment but it’s not clear if it was genuine or not. The suspicion is he’s trying every trick in the book to get out.”
Cairney is one of four perverts linked to celtic Boys Club to face justice in court