It was interesting to hear both David Shayler and Annie Machon interviewed on Radio 5 Live last night, by Stephan Nolan.
Perhaps appropriately given his current vocation as the messiah, Ms Machon made the curious assertion that the press had "crucified" Shayler for a decade.
As usual, the former MI5 recruitment officer protests too much. Just this week both she and Shayler have featured in the Daily Mail/Mail On Sunday, a newspaper they have had a profitable working relationship with for a full ten years, despite the numerous contradictions in the tales they have told that publication.
If Ms Machon wishes to take the good fight to the British media, perhaps she could give us some indication as to which UK journalists are in the pay of MI5, which newspapers MI5 prefer as ones to influence, and offer us some hints on how to spot stories planted in the media by her former employers.
Over to you Annie.