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From: Andrew Johnson

Date: 2005-10-29 10:31:39

FYI In the Irish Independent yesterday (Circulation 164,202) University cancels MI5 spy’s lecture due to fear of assassin Ralph Riegel Irish Independent, Wed 26th Oct AN IRISH university has cancelled a guest lecture by former MI5 spy David Shayler over fears he could be assassinated while there. UCC last night confirmed that a speaking engagement by Mr Shayler for the Irish 9/11 Truth Movement at the university’s Boole Library will not now take place on November 12. UCC last night played down claims of “assassination fears” with the conference organisers, but admitted it had “some security issues” with Mr Shayler’s proposed engagement. The college last night said it would be “inappropriate” to detail the exact security concerns to the Irish Independent which resulted the cancellation of the booking. “This was a provisional booking – we are perfectly within our rights to decline confirmation,” one UCC official insisted. DECISION Last night, Morgan Stack of the Irish 9/11 Movement claimed that the group’s members were informed by the college that the decision was taken purely on security grounds. “I called a meeting about six weeks ago specifically to address (their) security concerns,” Mr Stack explained. “I told them that this individual, David Shayler, did have an attempt on his life about four years ago. He worked on counter-terrorism in the 1990s involving Al-Qaeda and the IRA. “He left in 1997 and started blowing the whistle on the corruption involved. They tried to jail him but he fled (to Paris). They tried to extradite him back to England and eventually he was jailed in France. “Then he came back to England and he was prosecuted under the Official Secrets Act and sent to prison basically for telling the truth. He is out now and is campaigning about 9/11,” Mr Stack went on. Mr Stack has appealed for an alternative venue for the November 12 event.… =13184 or… Wed 26th Oct — No virus found in this incoming message. Checked by AVG Free Edition. Version: 7.1.361 / Virus Database: 267.12.5/149 – Release Date: 25/10/2005 — No virus found in this outgoing message. Checked by AVG Free Edition. Version: 7.1.362 / Virus Database: 267.12.6/151 – Release Date: 28/10/2005

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