MI6 sent Brit spy undercover to Taliban camp so brutal he came home and killed his child
WARNING, DISTRESSING CONTENT: Leaked documents claim to show that the British spy was sent to Pakistan despite test showing he was unsuitable for the secret role
By Adam Cailler
20:56, 22 APR 2023 UPDATED 21:04, 22 APR 2023
A British MI6 spy was so traumatised by what he saw when he was shipped off to a Taliban camp that he came back to the UK and murdered his own child.
According to leaked documents, the unnamed man was allowed to go to the Taliban camp despite scoring the highest possible score on an emotional instability test, and telling experts that he had been sexually abused as a child.
It has also been revealed, according to The Times, that the man had a criminal record and had previously suffered a mental breakdown.
I assume the Brits did not expect him to return. High numbers of "intelligence" workers are either killed off in action or imprisoned elsewhere never to be heard of again. There is though a disturbing problem arising with an ever increasing number of foreign spies and fighters returning to their homelands fully radicalised after their various missions. The higher numbers of mentally unstable recruits that are returning is a big problem for the powers that be in their stupidity for the fear that they Do successfully reintegrate back into a new Polarised World where their views may be commended. Who will the enemy be then on home turf? Another elephant in the room.
Think you're spot on, usually when they 'got em' or they do the double agent thing. They end up getting blown away by drones or the rare occasions driven on a mine, savage ambush by hostile elements, fatal crash the list is long here.
It's so hard to get good operatives these days