The Spy Who Tried to Stop a War: Inspiration for the Major Motion Picture Official Secrets Kindle Edition 99p @ Amazon
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The Spy Who Tried to Stop a War: Inspiration for the Major Motion Picture Official Secrets Kindle Edition 99p @ Amazon

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Posted 12th Oct
INSPIRATION FOR THE MAJOR MOTION PICTURE OFFICIAL SECRETS

FEATURING A NEW INTRODUCTION

In January 2003, 28-year-old GCHQ translator Katharine Gun received an email from the US National Security Agency that would turn her world upside down. The message requested Katharine’s assistance in co-ordinating an illegal US-UK spy operation which would secure UN authorisation for the Iraq invasion. Horrified, she decided to leak the information to the British press.

Katharine’s decision would change her life forever, as she was arrested under the Official Secrets Act whilst becoming a cause célèbre for political activists. The Spy Who Tried to Stop a War is the definitive account of a whistleblower case that reads like a thriller, and will ask you the same question that was asked of Katharine that cold January day – where do your true loyalties lie?

The Spy Who Tried to Stop a War: Inspiration for the Major Motion Picture Official Secrets by Marcia Mitchell & Thomas Mitchell Kindle Edition 99p @ Amazon
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Is that what they call it then? I'd call it an invasion.
This kind of thing goes on all the time - by ALL sides pro and anti war, aggressive side and defensive side. They say the first casualty in any war is the truth.
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