MI6 spy Gareth Williams is most likely to have died from poisoning, suffocation or strangulation, his inquest heard.
By Tom Whitehead, Security Editor
11:20AM BST 30 Apr 2012
Pathologist Dr Benjamin Swift said Mr Williams’ body was so badly decomposed it meant his cause of death could not be officially “ascertained”.
But he said “poisoning or asphyxiation” were the “foremost contenders” for his death.
The court heard how he could have been dead within "two to three minutes" of being in bag due to the levels of carbon dioxide that would have quickly built up. ... (Continues) ... "
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