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The Grevil-case: one year today

Today it is one year since the "Grevil"-case started, by the publication of an article in the Danish daily Berlingske Tidende, where an anonymous analyst claimed claiming that the Danish Defence Intelligence Service (DDIS) had only been a rubber stamp for US-UK intelligence reports.

Later it was revealed that the analyst was Frank Grevil, a major and chemical engineer employed by the DDIS. He was recently sentenced to six months in prison, but has appealed the case.

The case is quite interesting as one of the very rare glimpses into the intelligence service's ways.


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