“Clarkson subsequently withdrew the apology for his use of the N-word and said that the BBC forced him to issue it.“
… from the letter apparently sent to the BBC and Barbados High Commissioner to the UK. Did Clarkson really withdraw his apology? Something like that here.
Strictly Private and Confidential letters sent to Barbados Free Press
Today BFP received two letters apparently sent from Equal Justice Ltd Solicitors to the BBC and our High Commissioner in London. The letters are supposed to be “Strictly Private and Confidential”, but nonetheless were sent to BFP as PDF files.
Interesting… the PDF files hidden data reveals that two other UK law firms are perhaps involved in their creation: Penman Sedgwick LLP and lawyer Beena Faridi, apparently with Bindmans LLP as a trainee.
“Dear High Commissioner, you should consider banning the programme from Barbados because it appears to incite racist bullying at work and in the social sphere.”
… from the letter apparently sent to the Barbados High Commissioner to the UK
What does it all mean? We’re not smart enough to say, so we’ll publish the text of the letters and also the original PDFs so folks can have a look for themselves at the letters exactly as they came to us anonymously through an anonymous proxy out of Russia.
Remember: These letters were sent anonymously to BFP – and BFP is an anonymous blog run by unnamed persons somewhere near Grape Hall. Take it all with some salt until it’s confirmed somehow, okay?
The whole thing is about Jeremy Clarkson’s “N-word” comments. Clarkson used the word “NIGGER” in case anybody missed what this is all about – but the below letters explain that Clarkson’s racist comments are intentional and scripted. Is that the truth? Judge for yourself…
PDFs of the Letters
Letter to Barbados High Commissioner let toBarbados 060514
Letter to BBC let to BBC 060514
Letter to Barbados High Commissioner
Equal Justice Solicitors
Striving for better justice
Equal Justice Ltd
4, Bloomsbury Square
London WC1A 2RL
Tel: 020 7405 5292
Fax: 020 7405 5315
DX: 35708 Bloomsbury
Barbados High Commission
1 Great Russell Street
London WC1B 3ND
By post and email.
Email – firstname.lastname@example.org
Strictly Private and Confidential
6 May 2014
Our ref: LD/Top Gear
Dear High Commissioner
Race complaint against the UK’s British Broadcasting Corporation (“BBC”)
We act for various clients (including Richard Rogers and Fred Jacobs, US citizens) who have brought a race complaint against Jeremy Clarkson (a tv presenter) and the UK’s British Broadcasting Corporation (“BBC”) for scripting and authorising the use of the N-word in filming for the “Top Gear” show. As it transpired, and probably due to our previous complaints about the use of racist anti-Mexican material on the previous show, the BBC and Clarkson got cold feet and the racist material was not broadcast, but the racist intent to profit from the use of deliberate but deniable racism was there.
Mexican people (both adults and children) living in the UK were subjected to racist bullying after the earlier anti-Mexican broadcast.
The BBC defended the anti-Mexican racist material on the basis that it was “British humour”. Mexicans were described as being fat, flatulent, lazy and feckless. Continue reading