I am a member of that 'public' and I have 'interests'
“Not considered to be in the public interest”?
I would suggest that this is unquestionably a blinkered view shared by few others than Mr Justice Eady himself and persons of similar “celebrity” or notable status (to that previously enjoyed by Mr Mosley) choosing of their own volition to abuse or put at risk their positions due to their persuasions(?).
At best, this surely demonstrates a damning example of complete ineptitude on the part of Mr Justice Eady towards having a capacity to identify who the ‘public’ are and having any familiarity whatsoever with their ‘interests.’
Quote; “But Mr Justice Eady found no evidence of a Nazi theme and that the newspaper had invaded Mr Mosley’s privacy”
Call me a cynic, but seemingly quite to the contrary; it has been dutifully recorded that when Mr. Mosley “punished” a half naked woman whom had earlier been subjected to a degrading & humiliating enactment of screening for head-lice, beatings & Germanic verbal abuse (a woman whom was coincidentally clad in striped prisoner uniform seemingly reminiscent of the nature of clothing issued to Jews incarcerated in Auschwitz), he called out the count in a guttural German.
One dominatrix wore a Luftwaffe uniform; another, to whom Mr. Mosley spoke in German, wore a military "guard's" uniform; and a third protested, "But we are the Aryan race, the blondes.”
Excuse my apparent ignorance, but I consider myself to be very much representative of a ‘member of the public’ and cannot make any claim to be personally employed or associated with the Legal Profession. Therefore, my more learned friends, I seek your elucidation. Kindly enlighten me in words of few syllables; in-fact, a simple ‘(a)’ or ‘(b)’ will suffice. What exactly does the “role play” scenario enacted for personal gratification accurately described in the paragraph above actually depict in your opinion?
Is it, (a) a typical Wormwood Scrubs/Holloway-esque ‘normal’ prison environment which one would hope the likes of Mr Justice Eady would be entirely familiar or
(b) A scene depicting torturous activities seemingly conveyed with Nazi-esque overtones?
Even if your interpretation of events leans towards (b); you may further be of the considered opinion, “So what if Mr. Mosley, 68, son of England's fascist leader of the 1930s wishes to conduct himself in this manner; this is not of newsworthy relevance or of interest to anyone but Mr Mosley himself”(?).
Similarly, it may be felt that as he was a relative unknown outside the world of motor sport, Mr Mosley represented unfair game to the media”(?); Really? Max Mosley is in-fact President of the FIA, which consists of 213 national member organisations throughout 125 countries worldwide representing many thousands of individual members.
The FIA are undoubtedly powerful, represent huge wealth and have tentacles within the highest levels of commercialism and their operations operate consistently within the full media gaze.
Max Mosley’s duties as President regularly find him representing not only this huge organisation but also to some extent the UK to the likes of Heads of State and Royalty.
Moreover, as much as being synonymous with the glamour surrounding motor sport, the FIA supposedly represents many seemingly wholesome responsibilities too, such as the likes of nurturing young talent into sport, promotion of road safety and to represent the general interests of motoring organisations and motor