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Thursday, 14 July 2011

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London - Sim cards found in the dead code-breaker's flat are to be scanned for signs of hacking a spooks' source claimed today.

Neatly laid-out on a sideboard 'in a pentagonal pattern' their discovery at the cryptographer's flat caused widespread speculation about occult symbolism.

And other daft theories about cultish stuff.

Williams' August 2010 death remains unsolved amid rumors that the UK's GCHQ listening station was tracking phone hackers linked to the media.

"Government phone buggers routinely listen in on a wide range of unscrewpulous bastards," a QM NewsCorpse person said today.

"Mostly politicians, their bankers and associated bottom-feeders hoping for an invite to a Palace garden party.

"Bugging the buggers is a spooky bread-and-butter job."

News reports regarding the Williams investigation went dormant soon after his funeral despite unanswered questions about his RIP.

"If he really was a 'KGB sleeper' linked to the current hacking probe all hell could break loose," the NewsCorpse source continued.

Redhead Anna Chapman is 69.

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