Gareth Williams case

Brian Morrison bdm at
Sun Sep 5 16:42:17 BST 2010

On Sun, 5 Sep 2010 14:09:42 +0100
Matthew Pemble <matthew at> wrote:

> On 5 September 2010 11:06, Caspar Bowden (travelling private e-mail)
> <tharg at> wrote:
> > Latest swirl in this macabre story...
> In days of yore, anybody working on <smirks> "very sensitive projects,
> known as codeword protected" who rented a flat from a company called
> "New Rodina" would be having an "interview without coffee" with the
> Establishment Security Officer. And as this seems to have been a
> service rented flat ...
> The boggle minds!

Yes, I read this earlier, and was obviously having a slow-brain day. I
didn't remember the meaning of Rodina until you made you comment above.

I suppose that the Cold War really *is* a long time ago now.


Brian Morrison

bdm at fenrir dot org dot uk

   "Arguing with an engineer is like wrestling with a pig in the mud;
    after a while you realize you are muddy and the pig is enjoying it."
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