Pablo Miller

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Pablo Miller, also known as Antonio Alvarez de Hidalgo is an MI6 agent.[1] He worked as first secretary at the Foreign and Commonwealth Office, was awarded the Order of the British Empire (OBE) in the Queen's Birthday Honours on 13 June 2015 "for service to British foreign policy".[2]

Career

Brothers in Arms: Pablo Miller & Mark Urban

Pablo Miller was an officer in the Royal Tank Regiment together with Mark Urban, who also lived in Salisbury.

Sergei Skripal

In the early 1990s Sergei Skripal was recruited by an MI6 agent Pablo Miller, whom the British media declined to name. Miller was an MI6 agent in Tallinn, the capital of Estonia. Miller’s main task was recruiting Russians to provide information about their country to the British. An interesting fact, possibly coincidental, was that the MI6 officer under diplomatic cover in Moscow at this time was Christopher Steele. Steele was later to become better known as the principal author of the infamous Trump dossier.

When Steele returned to London, he ran MI6’s Russia desk between the 2006 and 2009. The information that Skripal disclosed would have been given to Steele, first in Moscow and later in London.

Orbis Business Intelligence

Full article: Stub class article Orbis Business Intelligence

Pablo Miller is now working with a British security consultancy named Orbis Business Intelligence. Again according to the Telegraph, Miller’s association with this company has now been removed from Miller’s LinkedIn profile.

Orbis is the same private intelligence agency as that of Christopher Steele. It seems more than a mere coincidence that the same three men who had personal and professional links going back to the 1990s should have a continuing association at the same time as the Steele dossier was being compiled and later as the so-called Russiagate inquiry was imploding. Former FBI Director James Comey described the Steele dossier as “salacious and unverified” in a Senate hearing.[3]

 

Related Documents

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Probable Western Responsibility for Skripal Poisoningblog post28 April 2018Clive Ponting
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Those of us who have been in the belly of the beast and have worked closely with the intelligence services, really do know what they and the British government are capable of. They are not “white knights”.
Sputnik Gatecrashes Launch of Mark Urban's Book 'The Skripal Files'Article5 October 2018Kit Klarenberg
Johanna Ross
Sputnik Gatecrashes Launch of Mark Urban's Book 'The Skripal Files'
Spy behind Donald Trump 'golden shower' dossier feared president had been 'compromised by foreign power'Article10 January 2018James Law"It's political rhetoric to call the dossier phoney. The memos are field reports of real interviews that Chris's network conducted and there's nothing phoney about it. We can argue about what's prudent and what's not, but it's not a fabrication."
The Strange Case of the Russian Spy Poisoning: Sergei Skripalblog post17 March 2018Ludwig De Braeckeleer
James O'Neill
In any major criminal inquiry one of the basic questions the investigation asks is: who had the means, the motive and the opportunity? Framed in that light, the Russians come a distant fourth behind the other prime suspects: the U.S. and U.K. intelligence agencies themselves, and those elements of the deep state opposed to Donald Trump.


References

  1. "FSB names alleged MI6 recruiter"
  2. "Civil Division DIPLOMATIC SERVICE AND OVERSEAS LIST - OBE for Pablo Miller"
  3. Document:The Strange Case of the Russian Spy Poisoning: Sergei Skripal