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