Why did Liveleak censor video on CARICOM [wanna-be EU] waging secret economic warfare?

Liveleak is a British-held company; are they afraid they might insult CARICOM [Caribbean Union] which is largely constituted of former British colonies? 

Liveleak came to prominence because of its refusal to take down extremely violent and graphic content: executions, child beatings, torturous abuse, etc. Liveleak is also the website that hosted Fitna, the infamous anti-Islamic video by firebrand Dutch politician, Geert Wilders. 

Furthermore, Liveleak decided not to host beheading videos, but finds it acceptable to post the aftermath. In essence, Liveleak will allow videos of the odd Dominican destroying Haitian property or wishing harm upon Haitians, but will not allow a Dominican to offer his point-of-view. A British company working hand-in-hand with former British colonies to only show one point of view: that of the abused Haitian.

CARICOM is an organization which expects reparations from its former British, Dutch, and French masters. Is Liveleak afraid that they might seem to be opposed to reparations

In 2013, during the 34th Regular CARICOM Meeting, the organization made motions to sue European colonial powers:  
"The St Vincent and the Grenadines National Reparations Committee was formed. The committed is led by attorney Jomo Thomas. Similar organisations also exist in Antigua and Barbuda, Barbados, Jamaica and Suriname. Other Caricom member states have pledged to form reparations committees while a regional reparations commission has also been formed. Barbadian Prime Minister Freundel Stuart currently leads the commission. Other members of the commission include Gonsalves, Prime Minister Kamla Persad Bissessar, and the presidents of Haiti, Guyana and Suriname, Michel Martelly, Donald Ramotar and Desi Bouterse respectively.

Haiti is a “special case” according to Gonsalves and will be afforded attention as such. Following the 1804 Haitian Revolution for independence, Haiti was ordered to pay reparations to France—a massive debt that many believe was unjust and added to the country’s turbulent history."