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RTREYP
March 25, 1996
British spy Paul Grecian (L), escorted by a policeman, leaves court to return to jail March 25. A South...
South Africa
BRITISH SPY PAUL GRECIAN LEAVES COURT TO RETURN TO JAIL
British spy Paul Grecian (L), escorted by a policeman, leaves court to return to jail March 25. A South African court dealt a new set-back to Grecian firghting extradition to the United States, prompting him to appeal to the British government for help. Grecian, who tipped off British intelligence about Iraq's supergun project ahead of the Gulf War, has previously had several applications for bail refused.

SAFRICA GRECIAN
GRECIAN
RTXFIII
December 21, 1995
British spy Paul Grecian (R) is dragged away from journalists by a policeman as they leave a Johannesburg...
British spy Paul Grecian (R) is dragged away from journalists by a policeman as they leave a Johanne.....
British spy Paul Grecian (R) is dragged away from journalists by a policeman as they leave a Johannesburg court December 21. Grecian who told the West about Iraq's plans for a "supergun" was arrested at Johannesburg airport on a request from the United States where he is wanted on charges of fraud, perjury and selling artillery components to Iraq
GRECIAN
RTXFIH5
December 21, 1995
British spy Paul Grecian answers journalists as he leaves a Johannesburg court December 21. Grecian who...
British spy Paul Grecian answers journalists as he leaves a Johannesburg court December 21. Grecian .....
British spy Paul Grecian answers journalists as he leaves a Johannesburg court December 21. Grecian who told the West about Iraq's plans for a "supergun" was arrested at Johannesburg airport on a request from the United States where he is wanted on charges of fraud, perjury and selling artillery components to Iraq
SCOTT ENQUIRY
RTR1D0
June 30, 1993
David N. James, chairman of Eagle Trust PLC, parent company of Walter Somers Ltd who manufactured parts...
London, United Kingdom of Great Britain
DAVID N JAMES CHAIRMAN OF EAGLE TRUST PLC ARRIVES AT SCOTT ENQUIRY.
David N. James, chairman of Eagle Trust PLC, parent company of Walter Somers Ltd who manufactured parts of the Iraqi supergun, arrives to give evidence to the Scott enquiry in the arms-to-Iraq affair June 30, 1993, in London. SCANNED FROM NEGATIVE REUTERS/Kenny Rodger MG/CMC/PN
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