HomeBlogUPDATE: On the Matter of the Defamation of Mr. Stuart Wyatt by The Copthorne Hotel, Plymouth – Investigation
  • kasbah June 14, 2012 at 11:35 pm

    Way to go JJ! I find it very re-assuring that Black Triangle was formed to fight disability deniers and de-criers. Stuart Wyat is clearly an intelligent well-informed man who has rattled The Copthorne’s cage. Good luck to him and all others who don’t tolerate bollox!

  • DAVID A SHAW June 15, 2012 at 12:20 am

    Magnificent action on the part of Black Triangle, and once again showing that once these cowards are challenged they back down very quickly, for they know they are wrong, and cannot risk public humiliation. This kind have your motto to contend with , THEY SHALL NOT PASS !

  • muffie02 June 15, 2012 at 7:33 am

    having watched the videos i am appaled by the LIES the hotels rep is spouting !! – i am also a plymouth resident who uses a scooter and am FREQUENTLY blocked / inconvenianced by cars of guests and trades people blocking these ramps – and can confirm that coaches frequently also obstruct one of them – despite what the hotels rep says

    and this HAS been going on for years – i protested to the hotel group by letter some years back ( if my late wife where still here ,she would confirm this ) – i have been in and had to speak to the duty manager about this in the past AND have complained to the council about it – the letters are on file somewhere unless they have ben destroyed

    so i BACK the gentleman protesting’s claims 100% – AND WILL BE QUITE HAPPY TO STAND UP IN ANY COURT IN THE LAND AND SAY SO !!

    i hope also he takes them to task for the derogatory and slanderous comments that the hotel rep made about him

    agreed that there are vehicles OTHER than hotel guests parking on the pavement at times BUT as far as the drop ramps go – this is in the main hotel guests – some of whome have verbally abused me in the past when asked to remove their cars ( not all some have been appologetic when i pointed out their error – not thinking of disabled people )

    i can ALSO say i have frequently had to take another route to and from the local sainsburys ( next door ) BECAUSE OF VEHICLES blocking the ramps

    so judge for yourself

    muffie 02 – disabled plymouth resident and scooter user

    • JJ June 15, 2012 at 10:20 am

      Thanks for telling us – and we will most definitely pass on your corroboration and complaint to them!

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