Monday, 13 October 2008

UK interpreter 'spied for Iran'

They used the same description for David Kelly (Walter Mitty style fantasist) why the fuck is everyone who disagrees with the warmongering bastards who run this country a "fantasist" - it's like holier-than-thow Great Brighton can do no evil and her public servants are always honourable, wonderful people who really care about the people and the country. Bull-fucking-shit! What I want to know is: what's really going on here?

How can you tell when a member of the government is lying? Their mouths are usually moving!!

An Army interpreter serving in Afghanistan, described as a "Walter Mitty" style fantasist, became an agent for Iran, a court has been told.

Tehran-born Daniel James, of Brighton, translated for Gen David Richards, the former UK commander in Afghanistan.

It is alleged he sent coded messages to an Iranian military attache in Kabul telling him "I am at your service".

Mr James, 45, denies two charges under the Official Secrets Act and wilful misconduct in public office.

Mark Dennis QC, prosecuting, said Mr James' role, working for the general, put him in an "unique position".

He said Mr James was a "Walter Mitty"-style fantasist who thought he had been snubbed for promotion.

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1 comment:

mjs said...

All we can be sure of here is that the Prosecution is trying its best to character assassinate the image of Daniel James in the minds of the jury.

I met Daniel 3 times in Wandsworth prison and I have had meetings with his solicitor. At no time did I come to the opinion that Daniel was a "Walter Mitty" type of character.

Why are we not hearing about how the US intercepted the e-mails that led to this case? Why are we not being told that the US forces did not want to serve under a British general, and that a "spy" in the camp was a convenient way to get rid of General Richards?

So much for all the bullsh*t about taking photos of Tony Blair, and salsa dancing, or being peeved at not getting promoted. These things have no substance in this case.

For MI5 and MI6 this is yet another attempt to gain some brownie points at the expense of Daniel. They can't catch real spies, and so they have to fabricate them - just look at the case of Peter Hill to see what is really going on here ... and Rafael Bravo, and Ian Parr ...

When will we see a proper spy case like those back in the 60s and 70s? It seems MI5 and MI6 can't get the calibre of staff these days - more ho! ho! ho! than 007.