Conspiracy theorists who have followed the unusual number of dead bodies that seem to collect around the Clinton family have yet another one to add to the tally, as one of the United Kingdom’s most baffling unsolved murder cases has been linked to the former president.
Gareth Williams, a 31-year-old spy for Britain’s MI6 agency, was found dead in his London apartment five years ago after being stuffed in a padlocked duffel bag. No arrests were ever made, and little evidence was ever found.
Now, the U.K. Sun newspaper has confirmed that Williams had hacked secret data from formerPresident Clinton’s diary to discover the guest list at an event hosted by the former president.
That hacking, which was done as a favor for a friend, was a breach of security clearance. However, it also indicated that Williams had access to Clinton’s data as part of his role with MI6 and the joint U.K.-U.S. monitoring program called Echelon.
“The Clinton diary hack came at a time when Williams’ work with America was of the most sensitive nature,” a source within MI6 said.