The mysterious death of Gareth Williams, of the United Kingdom, took a surprising turn when a human error could have been at fault during the evidence collection. Williams was a top secret code breaker and a MI6 spy for the UK’s secret eavesdropping unit.
Williams was found dead in his London flat over 18 months ago in a bag zipped and locked from the outside. The “typographical error” made while evidence was being collected caused police to search for a suspect that never existed. The DNA error was only a partial profile and it caused police to be lead astray for over a year.
The Williams family believes that a third-party, possibly an agency in the secret services, tampered with evidence after Williams had died, in order to cover up and hide proof of activity that Williams was involved in. Supposedly there was no panic by his employer when he did not show up to work which begs the question even more. By the time authorities showed up to his home, the body had been so decomposed that much of the evidence was lost.
It is incredible how important DNA tests can be. Just a small miscalculation or input error can do something like this; send authorities after a “ghost” for 18 long months. For this to break to the Williams family is a tragedy.
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