Outrage over the “Last Supper” church class, where a baby killer and two pedos mingle with customers at the Kirk Cafe

A BABY murderer and two convicted pedophiles have mingled with unsuspecting guests as part of a sacrament-inspired church project, we can reveal.

The nefarious trio of David Sinclair, James Hughes and Alistair Fisher are part of a Church of Scotland-backed group who meet at a Glasgow city center cafe to eat soup and read the Bible.

Baby killers David Sinclair (grey hoodie) and Paedo Alistair Fisher (green sweater)


Baby killers David Sinclair (grey hoodie) and Paedo Alistair Fisher (green sweater)
The perverted teacher James Hughes


The perverted teacher James Hughes
St. George Tron Church


St. George Tron ChurchCredit: Alamy

However, major concerns have been raised about the beasts being brought together in a social setting after being separated from each other.

A source said: “This raises serious red flags – dangerous men like this should not be encouraged to socialize.”

Sinclair, Hughes and Fisher, formerly known as McVean, meet at the Wild Olive Tree Cafe at St George’s Tron Church in Glasgow, where visitors are unaware that they are in such unsettling company.

Church bosses confirmed an internal review was underway after The Scottish Sun highlighted protection concerns.

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A source said: “All sorts of vulnerable people are going in there to have a bowl of soup and go to a safe place and just a few meters away these dangerous criminals are gathering.

“These guys don’t know each other from their time in prison.

“The only reason they met is to go to this coffee shop and who knows if they keep in touch when they’re not there. This poses real security issues.

“It doesn’t seem like a very good idea to bring these men together.

“It’s quite a busy cafe and a place where a lot of vulnerable people would go.”

The Fiends are supported by the Bethany Christian Trust, which hosts the two-hour sessions every Thursday afternoon.

Our reporter sat at a table a few feet from the group while they told stories and ate scones and soup in the center of the hall.

Dozens of paying customers, many of whom are elderly, feast on their food and appear unaware of the uncanny presence of convicted scammers.

Our photographer snapped Sinclair, Fisher and Hughes standing at the main entrance of the church on Nelson Mandela Place as shoppers rushed through the busy city centre.

Sinclair, 40, has been sentenced to seven years in prison after admitting to killing his young son in a “harrowing incident” at his home in East Kilbride, Lanarkshire.

The former supermarket worker shook his five-month-old in a fit of rage, causing him to die hours later at the city’s Hairmyres Hospital.

In Glasgow High Court, Sinclair pleaded guilty to manslaughter in relation to the child’s death on December 6, 2012.

The brute was originally charged with murder but admitted the reduced charge just days before the trial.

Perverted teacher Hughes, 59, was secretly filming students and young girls under a desk at the elementary school where he worked.

He used his phone and iPad to record students after taking them out of class for one-to-one classes.

The then head teacher at the North Lanarkshire school was only caught when three teenagers doing internships at his school spotted him filming them.

Police were contacted and a search of his school office and home in Uddingston, Lanarkshire uncovered 260 pictures and 79 recordings on his phone and computers.

He was sentenced to 18 months and placed on the sex offender register at Airdrie Sheriff Court in 2017 for ten years.

His colleague Fisher, 42, was caught with a memory stick full of thousands of heinous pictures and videos of children while he was a youth worker at Scripture Union.

Perth Sheriff Court heard he downloaded the dirty images over a five-year period between June 2006 and January 2012.

He was suspended from his post at the Lendrick Muir Center in Kinross after a police investigation was launched.

He later received the bullet and was jailed for 10 months and, like Hughes, was placed on the sex offender registry for a decade.

But in 2018 he was caught again with pictures of children during a police check at his home in Hamilton.

Fisher had 33 indecent pictures of teens on his iPad, the city’s sheriff’s court heard.

Callum Forsyth, prosecutor, said officers from the Offender Management Unit went to his home to check that he was complying with the register’s requirements.

Mr Forsyth told the court: “He tried to erase something from his phone when he gave it to the police.

“He seemed concerned, and when asked why, said he had been looking at different types of pornography.”

Our source said that Fisher shows no sign of fear at church, where he is aloof with his Bible classmates.

The insider said: “Fisher is an arrogant guy who thinks he’s above everyone else.

“The staff and other members of the group know him as Scott, but his real name is Alistair Fisher or McVean.

“He had an assignment but was caught doing it again – which is of course very worrying.

“Sinclair also strives to keep a low profile, as he always keeps his hood up when he goes outside.

“It’s presented as a Bible class and a support group, where there’s soup and people talk.

“They are seated around a table designed to represent the Last Supper.

“Not everyone who attends the meetings is a criminal, some are just vulnerable and they would probably be horrified to know what these guys did.

“Some of them might have been in prison for nefarious things like shoplifting, but that’s a different ball game than Sinclair, Hughes and Fisher.

“They mix with people with addictions and mental health issues who are very vulnerable.

“If they went to church on a Sunday, there would be restrictions.

“But on Thursdays these guys can just walk around, go downstairs to the bathroom and have a smoke outside.

“There doesn’t seem to be any security at all.”

It is understood the Trust goes into prisons to meet criminals and then offers them support when they are released back into the community.

It bills itself as a charity for the homeless, supporting “around 7,000 people a year with over 30 different services across Scotland”.

The Church of Scotland and Bethany Christian Trust issued a joint statement, saying a review of weekly meetings has been launched.

A spokesman said: “The Church of Scotland and the Bethany Christian Trust take the protection of adults and children very seriously.

“We have implemented extensive safeguards within our organizations to ensure the public is protected from harm.

“We ran a weekly professional support group for isolated and vulnerable people at St George’s Tron Church in Glasgow.

“Within each support group of vulnerable and isolated men, some participants may have had exposure to the criminal justice system.

“In this group, anyone who needs approval to participate has approval from the relevant regulators.

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“After the session, the participants leave the premises.

“We have confidence in our procedures, but in light of the concerns that have now been raised, we are conducting a thorough review.”

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