Spy killers 'returned to the scene' according to cops
By Benjamin Russell | August 16, 2015
Detectives reckon they may have finally cracked the five-year mystery of Gareth Williams, who was found padlocked in a holdall in the bath at his London flat in 2010.
Investigators claim spooks from a secret crime cell killed him – and then broke back into his home through a skylight to get rid of the evidence.
Sources close to the probe even suggested they may have tried to make it look like he died in a sex game gone wrong.
It comes after it was revealed forensic equipment put in place after his body was found was moved – even though the flat was being guarded by armed police.
After the first day of the investigation, footplates which allow investigators to walk without contaminating the crime scene were found to have been disturbed.
A coroner’s inquest said the code-breaker was “unlawfully killed” but it is still unknown how he met his end.
His family believe he was murdered by “agents specialising in the dark arts of the secret services”.
Gareth was employed by Government listening post GCHQ in Cheltenham, Glos.
But he was working temporarily at the HQ of the MI6 Secret Intelligence Service near his Pimlico flat.
Detectives believe his work, gathering secret information on Britain’s enemies abroad, would have made him a target for terrorists and rival spies.