The London Evening Standard & Gold Bars
Name Changed to Protect the Innocent
We have recently received communication alleging that the original page contains libels and infringes copyright, neither of which we admit.
This is despite the fact that the page which this current page replaces has been in place since June 2004, and that we invited both parties named in it to check it and let us have their comments at the time. Probably as a result of recent news, we added a further page to our site about the person we believe to be originator of the hoax telephone call to us.
We have now replaced two pages of our site with substitute pages, as we do not wish to give the slightest excuse for legal action by any parties.
Who Is Brian Johnson?
It appears quite clear that our mystery caller was a hoaxer, and therefore presumably not using his real name. We wonder if anybody out there can help us to identify this malicious caller?
If anybody has any information about his likely identity, or has perhaps received calls which they think may have been from the same source, please let us know.
We have our overwhelming suspicions!
It would only be fair of us to point out that we have now received a denial of any knowledge of the hoax telephone call, by an agent acting on behalf of the unnamed journalist.
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