Durrant to David Irving, May 25, 1998:-
WE WRITE further to your letter dated 14 May 1998
and, in particular, the final three paragraphs.
We have noted that you have now removed from your
website the reproductions of the contents of the
documents which were disclosed by our clients to you and
which we referred in our letter dated 14 may
However, you have not removed the index
which describes these documents, nor have you removed the
final paragraph of the article
"A British Publisher's Betrayal of their
Author" which summarises their contents.
[WEBSITE COMMENT: This is now
the penultimate paragraph, set in bold face].
Both the index and the paragraph referred to
involve a use of the documents disclosed in this action
other than for the proper purpose of conducting your own
Accordingly, you are still acting in the breach of
the implied undertaking relating to documents obtained on
discovery, and we must insist that you remove forthwith
the index and paragraph referred to, and make no further
reference on your web site to the documents
Unless you do so, our clients will have little
alternative but to consider taking appropriate
proceedings against you.
Yours faithfully.... ETC.