Max Mosley loses video-ban battle against newspaper 

Written by David on April 09th, 2008 at 1:57 pmLast Update: April 09th, 2008 at 1:57 pm

High Court refuses Mosley video banFIA’s President Max Mosley has lost a High Court bid to stop the News of the World British tabloid from showing the video where the Briton is allegedly engaged in sexual acts with five prostitutes in a Nazi role-playing scenario. The High Court refused to grant the injunction, saying that content of the video was now so widely familiar that Mosley could no longer reasonably expect to keep it out of the public domain.

“The dam has effectively burst. I have, with some reluctance, come to the conclusion that although this material is intrusive and demeaning, and despite the fact that there is no legitimate public interest in its further publication, the granting of an order against this respondent at the present juncture would merely be a futile gesture,” the High Court judge Mr Justice Eady is quoted as saying.

In the meantime, the News of the World newspaper issued the following statement:

“As the judge acknowledged, he was able to see only “very brief extracts” – less than two minutes – of the very much longer video. Had he seen it in its entirety, we are confident that he could not fail to recognise the Nazi connotation which Mr Mosley so strenuously denies.”

If, as he claims, this filmed orgy of sex and violence was not meant to be a sick fantasy based upon the brutalities of Nazi Germany, we must ask Mr Mosley the following questions.

  1. Why are German military uniforms worn?
  2. Why does he issue orders and threats in German to women who cannot speak German?
  3. Why does he deliver and count out beatings in German to women who cannot understand German?
  4. Why does he put on a German accent when speaking English?
  5. Why are the victims of these beatings in German made to put on sinister striped uniforms?
  6. Why the head lice inspections, the forced shaving of body hair and the sinister references to inmates being housed in “facilities”?

We look forward to Mr Mosley’s answers to all these questions.

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