Well the following was submitted as a story but I’ve taken it over in order to provide the relevant extra material, and to save other problems.
I am writing to demand that you remove the defamatory article regarding Justin James Trevitt and that you refrain from publishing any further material in relation to myself. The Supreme Court has ruled that the Director of Public Prosecutions decline proceeding further in the prosecution of Justin James Trevitt due to NO EVIDENCE. (NOTICE DECLINING TO PROCEED FURTHER IN A PROSECUTION by the Director of Public Prosecutions, dated 7th of June 2005: reference: S2004 894).
Failure to remove said material or allow publication of any further commentary on this matter will result in defamation action.
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by johnboy on Thursday, June 17 @ 10:45:15 EST
Justin also emailled us with much the same demand only with the following addition:
Your article has damaged my life quite considerably for the last year since my profession involves the internet. I really can’t stress the importance of it’s immediate attention.
Well I’d like to thank Justin for drawing our attention to another case of the boys in blue playing fast and loose with warrants.
Sadly though Justin I consider my comment to be both fair and true and have no intention of expurgating our record. That the charge was thrown out (which I offer my congratulations on) does not alter the fact that you were charged.
It’s been a couple of months since we had a defo threat but in my opinion yours is the funniest we’ve ever seen.