Friday, March 11, 2011

A seed crystal of suspicion

Yes, an SAS team was captured by Libyan farmhands how interesting. I've met one or two SAS headbangers; "They've lost the plot," was the opinion of a regular Army captain I met in the nineties.

But I'm more interested in the presence of a British spy on a remote farm in the desert 30 miles south of Benghazi, ready-placed to rendezvous with them six months before they arrived - and three months before even the unrest in Tunisia had begun.

1 comment:

James Higham said...

Oh yes and why was Mark Thatcher where he was years ago when he was caught? Extreme naughties going on behind the scene.