Henry is now suing his school for negligence in allowing the attack to take place. A significant aspect of Henry's case against the school is that they ignored the behaviour of Asian students out of political correctness. Henry and his family also believe that the assault was racially motivated. Therefore, the race of his attackers is relevant both to the attack and to Henry Webster's legal action.
However, this is how the BBC describe the attack in a report today on proceedings in court:
The assault on Mr Webster, who was then 15, involved a group of schoolboys and three car-loads of men who came on to school premises after being summoned by the boys on mobile phones.
Thirteen teenagers, and a man who did not attend the 1,400-pupil school, were convicted for their parts in the attack at Bristol Crown Court last year.
The BBC know that, given how the media in general limited the reporting of the actual criminal case, the majority of the public will know nothing of it, and from this report will have no idea that there was a racial element to what took place. Deliberately misleading and deliberately dishonest.
News censorship in this country is now all but absolute, and it is becoming frightening.