Victims of rogue surgeon Sam Eljamel are staging a protest outside a Police Scotland building claiming the force continues to “kick the can down the road” on the investigation.
Campaigners say victims feel they have been “in limbo for over five-and-a-half years” since police began investigating in 2018, with some feeling they are “on death row”.
Mr Eljamel worked for NHS Tayside from 1995 until he was suspended in 2013, with campaigners claiming more than 196 patients were harmed by him.
A public inquiry into the rogue surgeon was announced by then first minister Humza Yousaf in September last year, and victims have also previously filed evidence to police.

The Herald (Scotland), Online edition 22nd May 2024 – archived below for public information.

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