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161. Feedback [Lobster #40 (Winter 2000/1)]
... but it goes too far to blame him for over four hundred arrests. There is no reliable evidence for Marshall's tale; that was why the programme played it down rather than emphasising it. From John Hope In Lobster 39 David Turner claims to have 'solved one of the great mysteries about Maxwell Knight', asserting that Knight was 'working for MI6 from 1924-25 to 1931' via a private intelligence agency used by MI6 to furnish information on communists in Britain. Alas, the matter is more complex and ambiguous than Turner claims and does not entirely support his conclusion in regard to Knight. The private intelligence agency that Knight worked for from 1923 was the Industrial Intelligence Bureau (IIB) ...
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162. Lobster Issue 40: Contents [Lobster #40 (Winter 2000/1)]
... 7) Issue #53 (Summer 2007) Issue #54 (Winter 2007/8) Issue #55 (Summer 2008) Issue #56 (Winter 2008/9) Issue #57 (Summer 2009) Clandestine Caucus (1996) About Lobster Subscribe See also...© 2001 Lobster Contents| Cover Image Rebranding SIS SISies MI6: Fifty Years of Special Operations A Life: A. J. Ayer Disinformation: From Euros to UFOs The Citizen Smith case The View from the Bridge Ellsberg and McKoy: the clash of the icons Spook-wise: MI6 and Clare Short Historical notes on MI5, Hess and Chile Listen, Marxist: the LM mystery What Price National Security ...
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... Robertson told Medhurst that he would contact the Regional Office in Edinburgh to discover more concerning the case and in particular the pilot's identity: as things stood, MI5 had 'received no information about this man'. After the meeting Robertson returned to MI5 headquarters and told 'Mr White' (presumably Dick White, later head of MI5 and then of MI6) before telephoning Edinburgh for information. The Assistant to the Regional Officer spoke to Robertson and said that he would 'make enquiries about the case and let me know'. It was only after this, as a result of a German communique reported on the 9.00 evening news bulletin that Robertson appears to have heard for the first time that ...
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164. What Price National Security? [Lobster #40 (Winter 2000/1)]
... could be a tool for social change in places where free speech is limited, such as China. The importance of the internet in making available information in the public interest is clear; for example, John Young, of the cryptome site, had received telephone calls on behalf of SIS, asking him to remove the CX95 document (concerning MI6 involvement with a plot to kill Gaddafy) from his website, but refused. But should anything be published on the internet? John Young said they would publish anything on cryptome.org; but John Wadham said sometimes privacy should be protected: for example, it would not be in the best interest if Liberty's communications with Shayler were obtained and ...
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165. Rebranding SIS [Lobster #40 (Winter 2000/1)]
... to impress us with its 'relevance' overseas- protecting us from terrorism, drug cartels and the rest, a job better done by the police- as well as internally. For this reason, the public is told:'...fraud investigators from the Benefit Agency are being taught how to use surveillance techniques by former SAS and MI6 officers. The company, AMA Associates, a security agency, has coached nearly 1000 government fraud officers on a Professionalism in Security (PINS) course accredited by Portsmouth university...' (1) Abroad, conscious of its poor image, HMG beefs up its propaganda machine. So it is announced that the Medialink Consultancy has ...
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166. Two views of Dorril (Book review) [Lobster #39 (Summer 2000)]
... (c) www.lobster-magazine.co.uk (Issue 39) Summer 2000 Last| Contents| Next Issue 39 Two views of Dorril MI6: Fifty years of Special Operations Stephen Dorril Fourth Estate, London, 2000, £25 hb Harold Smith As I can testify from personal experience, having in 1960 been summoned to Government House in Lagos, Nigeria, to have my death sentence pronounced by the Governor General, MI6 is brutal, cruel, merciless and totally unforgiving. Dorril's courage, or foolhardiness, depending on where you come from, is beyond question. He has earned his spurs and is superbly qualified to describe what Britain's gentlemen spies have been up to abroad since World War Two. ...
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... .) With hindsight Among the books about British intelligence operations I, Kovaks by Leslie Aspin (London: Everest Books, 1975) was never taken terribly seriously. This was partly because there were fewer spook-wise journalists at that time; but mainly because there was no corroborative evidence for the fascinating allegations contained in it- notably the request by MI6 that Aspin kill the MI6 agent/bank-robber Kenneth Littlejohn. In the book Aspin's MI6 handler was codenamed 'Homer'. Surprise, surprise, an MI6 controller, Roger Hamer, codenamed Homer, is reported in Stuart Wavell's 'An awfully big adventure' in the Sunday Times 6 February 2000, in the same period and same part of the ...
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... the war Bodington wrote a report on the Prosper disaster which cleared Dericourt, and after its conclusion he turned up to testify on the Frenchman's behalf in a treason trial. Dericourt was acquitted and died in 1962 as a result of an air accident in South-East Asia. Faulks, in reporting this tale, suggested that Bodington may have been an MI6 agent before the war (he had been a journalist) and that the connection between him and Dericourt involved more than friendship. Curiously, Faulks left it there. But much more could have been said. Some years ago the Prosper episode was the subject of a Timewatch documentary (some of the same witnesses appeared in this as were ...
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169. The death of Diana: an update [Lobster #39 (Summer 2000)]
... (18) It should be noted that Frederick Mailliez, the doctor who attended Diana until the ambulance arrived, was 'astounded to read the next day that she had died. "The young woman has the best chance of coming out all right," he had assured a friend.'(19) More on Henri Paul The former MI6 officer, Richard Tomlinson, commenting on the size of Henri Paul's bank account, is convinced that he must have been in the employ of British intelligence. 'French intelligence would never pay him that sort of an amount of money.'(20) He also claimed that he had seen 'documents and evidence' proving that Henri Paul was ...
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170. Web Update [Lobster #39 (Summer 2000)]
... in Britain for more information. CACIB has had to move it's own website to a US-based ISP as a result of the Demon case. In contrast, a recent US Supreme Court ruling (May 2000) protects US ISPs against libellous content, and treats then as carriers, on the same basis as telephone companies. Shayler, Gadaffi plot MI6 CX document on the Gadaffi Plot http://cryptome.org/qadahfi-plot.htm The release of this sensitive document onto the internet in Feb 2000 set off a search for those responsible, and further action against David Shayler, the presumed culprit, and his contacts. Cryptome carries a translation of the document, which was first released onto California-based Yahoo ...
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