It is ten years since Gareth Williams, a brilliant mathematician from the security services, was found dead, his naked, decomposing body padlocked into a red holdall in the bath of his London flat. His face was serene, his hands neatly folded on his chest in an almost religious pose. The key to the lock lay beneath his body. The distress of the 31-year-old’s family and friends was made all the harder to bear by the bewildering shortage of answers as to how or why he had died. And today, a decade on, the official police explanation remains that it had been an accident. We are told that Williams died alone in his Pimlico flat as the result of a solo sex game that went wrong. The authorities would like us to believe that it was nothing to do with his employment at GCHQ, the Government communications analysis centre in Cheltenham, and nothing to do with his work for MI6 in London, the secret intelligence service to which he’d been seconded. But this account is wearing thin and, as the years pass, the doubts are piling up. Why, for example, was there such a long delay before MI6 spies ‘discovered’ the… Read full this story
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