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Michael John Smith
Posted on 23 Jan 2006 6:20 pm
Moscow is a funny place, where British spies receive classified material from rocks. Presumably MI6 will now ask "can we have our rock back". If the electronics in the rock are covered by the Official Secrets Act, then I guess we wouldn't want a Russian to look at it? Double standards and lies and crimes seem to be the norm in our culture of secrecy, as David Shaler and Richard Tomlinson aptly demonstrated. What worse place is there to be caught with your trousers down - the freezing Russian capital in January!
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