2019-12-01 20:39:50 UTC
This isn't a joke. MI5 really did accuse me of being a spy for the
Russians, in the first year or so of the persecution.
I remember I got on a Northern Line train, northbound, from Clapham
South tube station. Seated nearby was an English woman in (late?)
middle age, with an unhappy dog.
She used my name, and said "they say he's a spy for the Russians". I
very clearly heard that, and very clearly remember it.
I remember her dog looked unhappy.
The English woman may have had some mental health issues, which is
characteristic of MI5's agents.
Needless to say I am not a spy for the Russians. My parents left
Poland which was ruled by the Russian Communists. My family always
MI5 also made lots of other allegations about me, which are almost
I think MI5 alleged my being a Russian agent because they have to
pretend this case has national security issues, which it plainly does