Today Bloggers around the world have been invited by Sense About Science to reprint the original article by Simon Singh which is the basis of the current misconceived libel case from the now discredited British Chiropratic Association.
However, each of these reproductions will have a missing couple of sentences.
It was only these two sentences which the BCA complained about, but the Guardian pulled the whole article. The BCA have never objected to this.
Rather than republish the entire article, and by the wonder of Schedule 1 to the Defamation Act 1996, I hereby reproduce the two allegedly defamatory sentences:
"The British Chiropractic Association claims that their members can help treat children with colic, sleeping and feeding problems, frequent ear infections, asthma and prolonged crying, even though there is not a jot of evidence. This organisation is the respectable face of the chiropractic profession and yet it happily promotes bogus treatments."
Bizarrely these sentences are actually now published on the BCA's own website, so it may be that the legal protection of the 1996 Act is unnecessay.
For the rest of the now-suppressed article, go to the site of Sense About Science.