Day 273 - 03 Jul 96 - Page 03
2 MR. RAMPTON: The pages are all read but the format is
3 different, that is all.
5 MR. JUSTICE BELL: I do not think I have seen the original.
6 A. This is the original, yes.
8 MR. RAMPTON: It is in the form of a booklet?
9 A. Yes, a programme for the fayre.
11 Q. Whereas the pages in the bundle had been copied separately
12 on top of each other. Now, I would like you to look at
13 something else, if you would, please?
14 A. Yes.
16 MR. JUSTICE BELL: Shall I look at that?
18 MR. RAMPTON: Yes, by all means.
20 MS. STEEL: Could we just have a look, please, and see what has
21 been handed up?
23 MR. JUSTICE BELL: Yes, I will just have a look.
25 MS. STEEL: Could I just have a look at that, please?
27 MR. RAMPTON: Yes.
29 MR. JUSTICE BELL: Yes, show it to the defendants. (Handed to
30 the witness)
31 A. Thank you.
33 MR. JUSTICE BELL: Can I hand this down to you?
35 MR. RAMPTON: Before I ask any questions, would you also let his
36 Lordship see that document? (Same handed)
38 MR. JUSTICE BELL: Yes, do you want the witness to see this?
40 MR. RAMPTON: Yes, please, my Lord. (Same handed).
42 MS. STEEL: Do we know where that came from in the bundles?
44 MR. RAMPTON: These are originals. If I am asked to give
45 evidence about it, I could say they were the documents
46 which were attached to the King's report following the 1989
47 anti-McDonald's fayre. That document goes with the yellow
48 programme. The question I have for you, Mr. Gravett, is
49 this. I will ask some preliminary questions first. That
50 is a photocopy of the complete six-sided leaflet,
51 McDonald's fact sheet, is it not?
52 A. Yes.
54 Q. And it has been photocopied on to recycled paper, has it
56 A. Well, there is nothing on the paper to say it is
59 Q. It looks like it, does it not?
60 A. It could be.