Report Publication 20.10.18 - UK Security Services Called-out

Report Publication: British Intelligence Services: My Part in their Downfall

"The week before I joined the British army I telephoned the British anti-terrorist hotline. I told them I'd visited Yemen in 1997 and believed I'd met al Qaeda members. My call was transferred to a more senior intelligence officer.

I reported suspicions that meetings I attended in and near Taiz in 1997 were with very senior al Qaidah (the correct spelling) members who would go on to plan the 9/11 attacks. The Intelligence officer already knew the name of the factory I had visited, YemPak, but made no actual comment on my report and they've never contacted me for further information.

The next week I swore my oath of Loyalty to the British military with a clear conscience."

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Truly, for some of us nothing is written, unless we write it 
© Anthony C Heaford - The Quiet Mancunian