An alleged ex-SAS soldier was branded a "vigilante of the truth" yesterday following the release of his latest book, "Middle-Eastenders".
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Revelations that the original transcript for the book had to be proofread by The Ministry Of Defence have been upheld.
The Ministry issued a declaration stating that parts of McFlab's account not deemed "of public interest" were "scrubbed" in accordance with the UK's Freedom Of Information Act.
McFlab revealed that because of the sensitive nature of the book some parts were deemed "top secret". He expanded by saying that some parts were in fact that "top secret" even he couldn't read them...