Some interesting details — if true — in the Sunday Times on the UK intelligence service and Sean Langan’s disappearance.
At one point MI6 officers – acting on the orders of Cobra, the top-level government security committee – raided the hotel room in Kabul where Langan stayed before the fateful assignment. They were searching for clues that they suspected Channel 4 was refusing to share.
Ah, right. Sounds like a good reason.
Moral? Don’t refuse to share information with the intelligence agencies. They won’t free you, but they will turnover your room. Let’s hope they left a mint on the pillow.
Not good press for them…