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British intelligence official Gareth Williams worked for the United Kingdom's secret eavesdropping service, GCHQ, but was attached to the country's MI6 overseas spy agency when his naked and decomposing remains were found in 2010 at his central London apartment. Scotland Yard said on Wednesday, Nov. 13, 2013, that Williams likely died in an accident with no one else involved. (AP Photo/Metropolitan Police)

British intelligence official Gareth Williams worked for the United Kingdom's secret eavesdropping service, GCHQ, but was attached to the country's MI6 overseas spy agency when his naked and decomposing remains were found in 2010 at his central London apartment. Scotland Yard said on Wednesday, Nov. 13, 2013, that Williams likely died in an accident with no one else involved. (AP Photo/Metropolitan Police)

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