As you recall from the first episode of this series, I received several kilos of paperwork from India about… something. The gist of it was — somebody had allegedly committed libel against somebody else, and they had put a law firm onto the case.
The law firm got it all firmly in hand, but neglected to tell me what to actually delete. Details, details. You can’t expect fine legal minds to concern themselves with details.
So today I got a new letter (by courier). Not many kilos this time, though:
|That’s not my email address|
|Excerpt of the letter from Mandal & Fox|
|Excerpt from the judge…|
So apparently I was sued? And I failed to appear? As did everybody else? But we were found guilty? I don’t know.
Anyway, I guess I should just do the lawyers’ work for them, and search for the offending item myself. Let’s see…
Ah, right. Found it. Seems legit to me. But totally libellous. Unless it’s true.
Anyway, I’m deleting. The Indian court can’t possibly be wrong.