LONDON — Secret intelligence assessments of Al Qaeda and Iraq’s security forces were left on a commuter train in London, causing the Metropolitan police to open an investigation Wednesday. The documents belonged to a “very senior” intelligence official working in the Cabinet Office, which reports to Prime Minister Gordon Brown, and were found Tuesday evening by a passenger on a train heading from London’s Waterloo Station to Surrey, the BBC reported.
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by Tactical-Life.com / Jun 12, 2008