posted on Sep, 5 2007 @ 04:12 PM
"Sharif was a 26-year-old computer analyst who worked at the Marconi Defense Systems headquarters in Stanmore, Middlesex. On October 28, 1986 ... He
tied one end of a nylon cord around a tree and tied the other end around his neck. Then he got back into his Audi 80 automatic, stepped on the gas and
sped off, decapitating himself."
Tell me who chooses to commit suicide like that?!!?
I think that something is going on here but...this is Britain and as the article points out....
"... there have been perhaps 20 people who've blown the whistle, and none of them have ever worked again. They didn't receive any compensation.
Here, you don't get any recognition. You get threatened with prosecution under the Official Secrets Act. They can fire you. Then they can take away
your home and get you blacklisted."
If the British Intelligence Services do not want us to know about something, we will not know about it.
It seems obvious that some of those deaths are connected. Some may be just suicides or accidents, but surely they can't all be.
A more recent comment on the 'progress' of the cases from Tony Collins who is quoted in the OPs article.