Wikileaked Gitmo files: Al-Qaeda assassin "worked for MI6"

The Guardian, digging into Guantánamo-related documents released by Wikileaks, reports that an Algerian al-Qaeda operative accused of bombing two Christian churches and a luxury hotel in Pakistan in 2002 was at the same time working for British intelligence. His Gitmo "assessment file" shows that his CIA captors knew he'd worked as an informant for MI6 and Canada's Secret Intelligence Service for more than three years, "and suspected he had been double-crossing handlers."