By John Donovan
We are currently scanning more Shell internal documents released to us following an application we made to Shell under The Data Protection Act.
The next batch of documents being published tonight covers:
*Shell internal email correspondence recording intent to “Kill” a Sunday Times story about our involvement in the Sakhalin-2 debacle;
*Shell top secret plans in the event of a terrorist attack;
*Over 100 pages relating to Shell’s concern at our contact with former HSE Group Auditor of Shell International, Mr Bill Campbell. This includes Shell’s panic stricken letters to Mr Campbell’s solicitors.
In other words, some very serious subjects.
There was however some light relief – a page on which all information had been completely blanked out, even the page number.