Yes please, Jo.
The person's response to my critique, which a mutual friend, had shared on her wall read,
‘Your mate sounds like a refugee rather than the economic migrant that I assume he is. If he hates England/ London so much, then he should just f**k off back to Scotland!’
My original status of 1818h on Sunday 3rd August to which this refers, reads,
‘Just heard the Radio 4 sports news and the guy said that the 'home nations' had done well. He then gave examples from England who came 1st, Australia who were 2nd and Wales only. There was no mention of Scotland at all, even although we came 4th for medals! It beggars belief how Anglo centric BBC are despite the games being in Scotland and how propagandist they are too in maintaining an imbalanced emphasis on the three nations of the UKGB. If the polls are right, God help us Scots. I'll be ashamed of my country if we end up being the only nation ever to be offered an opportunity to self-govern and don't actually take it.’
After I told him he was being a racist 'tosser' and 'dickhead' for assuming I meant any negativity towards England or London, he said I had just committed livel, wrote to the Vice Chancellor of the university where I work and caused a disciplinary meeting to be arranged because of his 'complaint'. He conveniently omitted to explain that he had racially provoked me and he had also taken his original post down from my friend's wall (she has also now unfriended me as she is in a relationship with the chap who made the racist remark).
I have written to Facebook asking for a copy of his original comment to show I had been provoked but I just got a generic digital reply of thanks.
How can I access his original comment?
Also, what can I accuse him of?
He told my employer that he was seeking legal advice of my 'libel' despite the fact that he through insults first which were completely unfounded and racist.