British spy: Americans asked London to spy on the Security Council to justify the invasion of Iraq
14:22 - 16/10/2019
former British spy Catherine John revealed in an interview with the magazine (Weiss) British sent the National Security Agency a letter asking the British to spy on six members of the United Nations Security Council.
Catherine said in the interview translated by the agency / information, that the "message" showed that any intelligence collected will be used as a means of pressure to force those countries to impose war in Iraq .
"I was asked to help get permission for a new war by finding materials for the Americans to blackmail and bribe the international community," she said. “.
"Two weeks later, on 15 February 2003, a million people took to the streets of London to protest against the possibility of Britain joining the war in Iraq and I was among them.
"I was scared after the letter was published on the Observer and questioned by the intelligence office, but at the time the war had begun on Iraq and her life had been turned upside down," she said. "There are things you have to do not for the result but For the sake of principle, it is true. ” Finished / 25 z