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Wednesday, 29 September 2010

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Bush was pissed at Iran's George Bushehr nuke complex's temerity to use his name!

London - (Cyberworm-That-Turned Mess): A new theory about the death of MI6 maths genius Gareth Williams claims he had worked on the Stuxnet cybermunition program.

This targets German-made Semens (sic) computer 'tools' that run Iran's George Bushehr nuclear power plant.

The government complex was responsible for churning out the yellowcake uranium theory bought by CIA whistleblower Valerie Plame during the onset of the Iraq war.

Today it emerged that the highly focused Stuxnet cyberworm was created under one of the most secret operations ever ordered by President George W Bush, in a joint program with MI6.

Its aim to disable Iranian uranium enrichment programs using high tech 'dirty needles' resulted in the creation of the world's first military grade cybermissile.

Williams, 31, may have become compromised in his cryptography role at MI6 because of a sudden, unprecedented elevation to Double Zero status (think James Bond, 007!), at odds with his apparent pay scale.

A postmortem toxicology report on his death is expected shortly.

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