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MI6 seized computers from British suspect

British and French intelligence officers seized computers from the home of a British businessman named as a central suspect in the secret network supplying Libya, Iran and North Korea with nuclear equipment, the Guardian has learned. They were taken last June from the French home of Peter Griffin by agents trying to penetrate the black market in nuclear secrets established by the disgraced Pakistani scientist Abdul Qadeer Khan. Yesterday the Guardian revealed that Mr Griffin and his son Paul had emerged as key suspects in the international investigation because of their Dubai company’s alleged involvement in a shipment of nuclear components from Malaysia to Libya last October. They deny being involved and insist that they had been framed. They said yesterday that they had cleared all their exports with the British government. Full Story

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