Terrorism author Neil Doyle said:
“These are MI6 documents relating to an operation against al-Qaeda insurgents in Iraq. It’s jaw-dropping they got into the public domain.
“Not only do they divulge secrets about operations, operating systems and previously unheard-of MI6 departments, but they could put lives at risk.”
Hmmm. Wonder if the Russians (or others, don't get on our case about choosing them!) will start trolling eBay, now.
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