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SIS spy suspect deported from Pakistan

Posted by te2ataria on March 21, 2009

sent by a reader in Wellington

It’s a sad day for SIS, when their incompetent agents can’t even cross the Afghan border without getting caught!

SIS spy suspect, Mark Taylor, was released from detention in Pakistan and deported, Murray McCully, Foreign Affairs Sinister said today.

“Mr Taylor, 35, was detained by Pakistani security forces on February 11 after trying to enter a tribal region on the Afghan border, identified as a Taliban and al Qaeda stronghold, without permission.” Media reported.

“It is completely understandable that Pakistan authorities were concerned by Mr Taylor’s presence in a prohibited area, and the New Zealand Government is grateful that they kept us informed of Mr Taylor’s situation, and his well-being,” McCully said.

“Mr Taylor’s family [read: the security intelligence service] has asked that no further information is released regarding his current whereabouts, or the circumstances surrounding his detention and deportation.”
[That just about wraps it up, doesn’t it?]

Mr Taylor was prohibited from returning to Pakistan, the report said. [Ouch!]

–  http://nz.news.yahoo.com/a/-/top-stories/5420490/pakistan-releases-kiwi-detainee/
–  http://www.newstalkzb.co.nz/newsdetail1.asp?storyID=154505

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4 Responses to “SIS spy suspect deported from Pakistan”

  1. marshwiggle said

    Hello te2ataria – i work for a mainstream media organisation. I’m interested in talking with you about this information on Mark Taylor’s activities in Pakistan. Could you please call me? [Ph no removed to prevent potential abuse. TEAA]

  2. […] When the other SIS spy suspect, Mark Taylor, was released from detention in Pakistan and deported, his “family” [read: the security intelligence service,] too, asked for no further information to be released regarding his whereabouts, or the circumstances surrounding his detention and deportation.” […]

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