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Posted Sunday, March 28, 2004

James Libson, of Lipstadt's London lawyers Mishcon de Reya, writes an impatient letter to British Trustee holding all Mr Irving's possessions, demanding to know what is happening with Lipstadt's claim [item not seen by Mr Irving until Feb 2004]




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Louise Brittain
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11 July 2003

Dear Louise


Please may I have an update on which is happening in the Irving Bankruptcy. His website demonstrates that he is incredibly active, talking, selling books, promoting conferences, making films, etc. I have not had an update from you for some months and I have not heard from you in relation to the efforts to value and sell his collection of material. You will remember that I gave you details of a historian able to do this on your behalf. Did you contact him?

My client, Professor Lipstadt, is becoming increasingly impatient with this process. Please may I have a quick response.

Yours sincerely


James Libson



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