It would appear that Peter Bevis of Highland Titles Glencoe Estates has made a personal appearance over at http://www.scotclans.com/end-to-buying-a-fake-scottish-title/ Whether or not it really is Mr Bevis of Highland Titles I cannot confirm, you'll have to make up your own.mind, I think it really is him. I can have a look at what was posted and comment,
Peter Bevis says: December 4, 2012 at 8:59 am - It is of course relatively easy for an enthusiastic troll, with an ability to create multiple anonymous websites and use Photoshop to change our website, so as to confuse a single Scotsman journalist.Funny that he does not say which particular anonymous websites he is referring to, or specify which parts of any of his websites he thinks Photoshop has been used to change, or how the content has been changed. I can say that no image or quotation on this blog has been adulterated in any way, any images or quotations appearing here are true and accurate reflections of the content of the website or other sources they were taken from, at the time they were taken. Accusations really need to be specific or they can be considered as hot air and bluster. My contact email is clearly shown, nobody from Highland Titles, or any other company, has ever contacted me with a complaint that any of the content of this blog is inaccurate.
Peter Bevis says:December 4, 2012 at 8:59 am - In 2013, The Highland Titles Nature Reserve moves into the control of a Scottish charity run by a membership of thousands. The lies and spin perpetrated by two or three small minded bigots will not change that fact.Interesting he does not actually name the charity, and anyone reading the above would be excused for thinking this charity actually exists now, it does not, as we learn reading further down the page. Then there are accusations of "lies and spin" without pointing out a single example.
Peter Bevis says: December 4, 2012 at 9:52 am - The charity is being formed by our solicitor, Colin Liddell, a Specialist in Charity Law with the firm J & H Mitchell WS of PitlochryAfter writing "The Highland Titles Nature Reserve moves into the control of a Scottish charity", we then learn that this charity has not actually been set up! Is it not a tiny little bit presumptuous to make such statements before the charity actually exists? It may be that some such organisation may come into existence at some point, but stating that it is a fact is a little premature. It is far from a trivial process applying to become a Scottish charity, and it is very possible for applications to fail at any stage .... still no name for this charity. I understand Highland Titles even announced the first annual general meeting of this charity before it has even been formed!