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Category: Computer Investigations
1 May, 2012
New electronic evidence has emerged in the inquest into the death of MI6 cipher Gareth Williams.
The existence of a red North Face bag and nine computer memory sticks among his belongings at MI6 was only revealed on the last day of evidence at Westminster Coroner's Court.
Electronic evidence on the USB devices has not yet been examined, but their discovery could be an important step.
The coroner's court also heard that computer forensics on Mr Williams' personal laptop showed evidence that he had an apparent interest in bondage, fetish clothing and claustrophilia.
However, Det Con Simon Warren said that the searches were isolated and did not suggest an active interest.
Other evidence showed in court included two videos showing the significant difficulties Mr Williams would have encountered locking himself in the holdall, but coroners claim he was not manhandled into the bag.
Coroner Dr Fiona Wilcox said she hoped to return a verdict next week.
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