Expect more dribblings from the guilty one now he's out thankfully on liecence and on the news sounding like he's got a gagging order for the 6mths he's under curfrew. I really just wish he'd give it a rest but looks like as per usual he's going to have something to say about something. Expect the airwaves to be full of his shit over the coming months BBC News - Ex-MSP Tommy Sheridan freed from Castle Huntly prison 30 January 2012 Last updated at 00:10 [h=3]Share this page[/h] Email Print Share this page 108 Share Facebook Twitter [h=1]Ex-MSP Tommy Sheridan due to leave jail[/h] Tommy Sheridan was jailed at the High Court in Glasgow in January last year Continue reading the main story [h=2]Related Stories[/h] Anger at Sheridan 'gagging order' Sheridan perjury appeal rejected Sheridan 'released on home leave' Tommy Sheridan is expected to be released from Castle Huntly open prison - just over a year into his three-year sentence. The former MSP and Scottish Socialist Party leader was convicted in December 2010 following the longest perjury trial in Scottish legal history. He was found guilty of lying during his successful defamation case against the News of the World in 2006. Sheridan, 47, was jailed at the High Court in Glasgow in January last year. His lawyer has accused prison authorities of trying to "gag" him on his release from jail. Aamer Anwar said Sheridan had told him he would be banned from speaking in public when he is released. The Scottish Prison Service said it would not comment on individual cases. Sheridan has served just over a year of his three-year sentence. Electronic tag Any prisoner serving a sentence of less than four years is currently eligible for automatic early release at the half-way point in their jail term. Sheridan would therefore be entitled to be freed from prison after 18 months. However, under current provisions, it is possible for individuals to spend up to the last six months of their sentence on home detention curfew. This means that they can be freed from prison to live at home but must wear an electronic tag for the remainder of their sentence. Mr Anwar said Sheridan would seek a judicial review if there was an attempt to gag him as part of his release conditions. During the three-month High Court trial, Sheridan claimed he was the victim of a "vendetta" by the police and a "conspiracy" involving the now-defunct News of the World and former colleagues within the SSP. In August last year, he was denied the chance to appeal against his conviction, following a ruling by senior judges. Sheridan was convicted of five of six allegations in a single charge of perjury, relating to his evidence during the civil action at the Court of Session in Edinburgh.