Lottah Nursery Tasmania, Australia
30 August, 1996
It grieves me to involve you in a public dispute with the Tasmanian Parliament but it begins to appear that short of [redacted] the Speaker nothing will induce the [redacted] to extricate their thumbs.
I enclose the fourth reprint of my open letter to Gray. An allegation of gross corruption at the highest levels of government is worthy of receiving satisfaction ... even from the inbred progeny of "footpads, purse-snatchers, sheep-defilers and bottom-feelers" despatched to Port Arthur.
[redacted] holds no great fascination for me. I shall be pleased if you will be so kind as to suggest to young Frankie* that it may be time to start wriggling his tail.
1st reprint, August 1997
9th reprint, August 2005
[Footnote has been redacted to comply with our hosting service TOS]
*Francis Leslie Maddill, Speaker, House of Assembly
Subsequent Speakers to which this letter referred to:
100717-1811 (1, 8, 35, 297)