Shell Transport & Trading
London SE1 7NA.
23 May 2000.
you for your letter, dated 19 May 2000. The letter was not posted until 22 May,
consequently I did not receive it until late to-day.
As a result of your letter I have written to Mr. Richard Wiseman, Legal
Director Shell UK Limited, copy faxed, and enclosed
The copy is self-explanatory.
your letter, and my recent conversation with Mr. Wiseman of the 21 May, I am
candidly, at a loss to understand how Shell personnel come to believe the things
you, apparently, do.
there can be no misunderstanding, I neither expect nor require Shell to admit
liability, or anything else, as a precondition to my furnishing Shell my body of
evidence. I repeat, have no anti-Shell agenda. Indeed, despite
your treatment of me, I take absolutely no pleasure or satisfaction in the
course of events you are, evidently determined to force upon me.
refuse to believe that any person could have done more to try and get you
(Shell) to address the serious consequences of your actions of ‘1968’.
I repeat publication may not
be the most responsible course of action. However,
the issue has to be addressed.