Spy-in-bag kept women’s clothes at flat

Midweek Sport - - AGONY SPECIAL -

WOMEN’S clothes worth more than £20,000 along with wigs and make-up were found in the flat of the “body in the bag” spy, an in­quest heard.

And a mys­tery trace of DNA was found on the holdall in which code­breaker Gareth Wil­liams’ naked body was locked.

The rev­e­la­tion came as lead in­ves­ti­ga­tor DCI Jackie Se­bire, said she was al­ways con­vinced a third party was re­spon­si­ble for his death – or put his body in the bag and then into the bath.

The 31-year-old spy’s de­com­pos­ing naked body was found locked in a red holdall in the bath at his MI6 safe­house in Pim­lico, London, last Au­gust.

DCI Se­bire re­vealed yes­ter­day that some other DNA was found on the tog­gle and pad­lock on the bag, along with the dead man’s own DNA. How­ever, no third party has ever been found from the par­tial match. The hear­ing at We s t m i n s t e r Coroner’s Cou r t



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