Letters to the Media

Dear Mr Stourton and Mr Crawley,

This further e-mail should be directed to the producer but I do not have his address.

I scanned the last episode of Sunday – 16th of November, and found no content relevant to child abuse. The obduracy of the BBC in bringing forward the key facts in this most terrible crime fits with its illicit cover up of Thompson's knowledge that abuse by Savile was being investigated on good grounds by the Newsnight team before praise were then heaped upon this very devil.


Miles Goslett is a close friend. We worked together on another case where truth lies buried. I know what extreme efforts he went to in order to squeeze some truth from Thompson. It is no surprise that the BBC is so far of course having been headed by a man of this low calibre.

Dear 'Think' TV,


I seldom watch your programme nowadays because the black propaganda element is so large.  It was confirmed tonight.  I have not 'played it again' but hope my memory serves.  Mr Frei introduced the subject of riotous behaviour at Bassingbourn Barracks and Ms Hilsum reported from the site.

Drunkeness and sexual assaults on women were among the charges against the cadets.  A picture was painted of an amoral rabble. (You will recall that in the armed action to overthrow Ghaddafi the 'rebels' were sometimes called rabbles.)

From: David Halpin
Sent: Wednesday, June 05, 2013 10:42 PM
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Subject: C4 tonight

I seldom watch the ''News'' on either the BBC or C4 channel, but tonight I watched the latter.  I was disgusted at the bias and the lack of corroboration.

In regard to 'chemical weapons' I noted you did not quote the UN lady who reported that a nerve gas had been used by the rebels in one attack.  It would have been an easy matter to get shells to one of the c. 100 rabble groups.  And if the Syrian army had used chemical weapons 27 times -   cui bono  .  Would my colleague with his FRCS obtain advantage in this?  It would be a certain way to call NATO bombs upon his head.

Dear Mr Benfield and Ms Sitwell,

I will attempt to be brief because I know you have to work hard to get a good paper out. You know from previous e-mails that I have been unhappy about several things. It is not egotism which finally prompts me to write but the knowledge that the Morning Star is exactly that, truth amidst the capitalist and imperial mire.

It was about 8 years ago I met Roger Fletcher on a march when I heard about the MS. I have taken the paper since then, contributed to it and helped it in every possible way. I see there are 67 links to my name on the MS web site and an article, which jars a bit now for its metaphors, is relevant to the further stage in the evisceration of the NHS announced yesterday

But things have changed a bit in the last year or so. The editorial responses to my input are of much lesser importance.

Dear Ms Mountjoy,

I refer to your Spotlight SW broadcast last evening on this subject from an Exeter girls' school. As a good journalist, I am sure you would agree that information you broadcast should be as complete and as balanced as reasonably possible. The duty of the BBC is not to project populist material in the way the government has already done on this subject, with key facts absent.

This programme, and a previous national BBC programme, focused on the agent which might trigger cervical carcinoma in later decades. It rightly stated that immunization did not cover all HPV types. It also stated that the virus was sexually transmitted.

What neither programme told its wide audience was that predominant causes of transmission of this oncogenic virus are
1. promiscuous sexual intercourse - thereby increasing the risk of transmission of the virus and individual infection

2. the absence of barrier contraception.
Thus, the youngster (and perhaps an illogical parent) is not being properly informed as to how they might best defend themselves.