MI6 spy death probe continues
by Dan Beavan, DPW West | August 24, 2011
POLICE are still investigating the death of MI6 spy Gareth Williams – a year after his body was found locked in a sports bag in his flat.
Codebreaker Mr Williams, 31, from Valley, Anglesey, was discovered at his central London flat 12 months ago.
Mystery still surrounds the death with detectives saying his private life remains the main focus of the investigation, which they say is active.
Twelve months on Mr Williams' death remains suspicious and unexplained.
A date for his inquest has still not been set although sources say it will take place before Christmas and last several weeks.
Former Ysgol Uwchradd Bodedern pupil Mr Williams was a gifted mathematician who attained a first class degree in maths aged just 17.
He began work at the Government Communications Headquarters in Cheltenham before being seconded to MI6 for a year.