"He also made claims to the BBC reporter that fighter pilots were required to have laser eye surgery.
Mr Margetts added: "The new visor systems where you can see 40 miles away, the laser tracking systems that shine off your corneas, mustn't have a parallax error. So you have to be lasered to match the visor, so it's now called a biometric enhancement.""
I am happy to confirm that the proceedings issued against the Daily Mail by Optical Express have not been resolved and remain very much active.
The Daily Mail simply apologised for their mistaken claims of 'blindness' and 'class action'.
And rightly so!
Of course none of OE's "more than 600,000 patients have ever gone blind”! At least not permanently, that I know of - yet!
And it is completely untrue that more than 50 patients have joined a class action law suit, because there are in fact more than 100 patients so far, and the lawyers have decided to issue individual claims for each
admin: I have only just read this post… Optical Express issued a legal claim against the Daily Mail last month, and last week I spoke with the Mail's lawyer and provided information to help their defence.
There was no suggestion of a public retraction then and I am therefore shocked to read this, especially because it’s misleading!