Intelligence Chief Says I Invaded Argentina
Senor Victor Radazzo, the former head of intelligence for the Argentinian Federal Police, has been tracking secret Special Forces battles that took place during the Falklands War in mainland Argentina.
He has photographs of graves and the bones of dead British soldiers, plus this photograph below, which he says is of some of the SAS troops who took part in these operations.
I’m third in from the left, sitting down. But I can assure readers that my bones are not among those he shows.
Senor Radazzo has certainly pinpointed exactly the right chaps for the job, only we were otherwise engaged – honest guv. So it’s all jolly mysterious.
The pic shows us after zero’ing weapons for a Special Boats operation on East Falkland, and includes two other members of 148 Commando Forward Observation Battery (back row, 3rd and 4th in from the right), Steve Hoyland and Nick Allin.
One does wonder what the Daily Mail’s Argentine correspondent was doing submitting this silly story – let alone the News Desk for publishing it.
Still, with a General Election next week and the latest Royal birth, I don’t suppose there’s much real news about.