"Interesting" is one way of putting it. "One sided" is another, more apposite description. I think it's safe to say that the author Glenn Campbell, the BBC Scotland Political Editor, is firmly in the Wee Nippy camp. The article is sympathetic to Sturgeon alone, describing her as nearly in tears when the story originally broke, and taking her side of the narrative throughout:The enviable political duo who ran Scotland together is now long gone. So, what went wrong?www.bbc.co.uk
An interesting analysis of how the current issue has arisen
One of those who testified against him in court has since told the BBC that it is "utterly absurd" to suggest nine women would perjure themselves as part of a political plot. Their evidence did not persuade a jury to convict and on 23 March last year - hours before the UK went into coronavirus lockdown - he was acquitted of the 13 sexual assault charges he faced.
The underlying message above appears to hint that the Jury got it wrong, and "innocent until proven guilty" be damned.
Strangely, there is no mention of the allegations that the Crown Office are colluding with the SNP in the control of information. As these are central to the current crisis it is a surprising omission from an article giving an overview which includes the Sky News allegations, the Scottish government's change of parameters and resulting investigation, the court case against them which Salmond won, the Police investigation and court case in which Salmond was acquitted, and the following Inquiry.