the whole story: introduction
The February 1997 issue of LM magazine ran a story which raised
embarrassing questions about ITN's award-winning pictures from
a Bosnian Serb-run camp. ITN tried to have every copy of the magazine,
which contained the article The Picture that Fooled the World by German journalist Thomas Deichmann, pulped.
LM has refused to back down and ITN have sued the magazine's editor
and publishers for libel. Read why the magazine is refusing to
give in to ITN's libel writs and gagging orders in an open letter from Mick Hume, editor of LM.
This site tells the whole story ITN does not want you to read,
and explains what has happened so far in the libel case.
Join us to defend press freedom and free speech against this unprecedented
attack by a media giant.
Sign the Appeal in defence of free speech
Send donations to the LM Libel Appeal
Ask LM's legal co-ordinator Helene Guldberg questions about the footage and the case
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