The email, signed by Griffin, is headed FORMER BANK ROBBER ACCUSES THE BNP OF BREAKING THE LAW!
Mr Hain, who was arrested in 1974 for a bank robbery in Putney after four eyewitnesses identified him as the suspect, is of course, lying. His claim that the BNP admitted that it is currently acting contrary to the law is based on a deliberate twisting of the original settlement letter handed in to the court during last week's case brought by the race Gestapo Commission for Equalities and Human Rights.Mr Hain was indeed arrested at the time, and - as Griffin and the BNP are very well aware - completely exonerated.
Realising that the email contains a clear libel against Mr Hain, a few minutes later a panicked BNP fired off another email, this time entitled FORMER BANK ROBBER SUSPECT ACCUSES THE BNP OF BREAKING THE LAW!
However, the deed is done and there can be no doubt at all that Mr Hain has been libelled.
The body text of the second email is unchanged from the first, and is a transparent attempt to associate Mr Hain with a crime of which he was completely innocent.
We urge readers of Lancaster Unity in receipt of Griffin's email to forward it to Mr Hain at email@example.com as soon as possible - a nice, costly court case might be just the thing to break the BNP's financial back.
Link to Peter Hain's website