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[[Fraser Wilson]] was serving as [[Deputy Director General of MI5]] under [[Eliza Manningham]] in 2003, according to a profile of [[MI5]] which appeared on the website of the [[Federation of American Scientists]] at the time.<ref>[http://www.fas.org/irp/world/uk/mi5/index.html Security Service MI5], Federation of American Scientists], archived at the Internet Archive, 9 December 2003. accessed 14 January 2010.</ref><ref>http://www.agentura.ru/dossier/uk/mi5/</ref>
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==Identity==
 
 
 
A "Fraser Wilson" took part in a conference on ''Terrorism: national and international responses'' at [[Ditchley Park]] on 10-12 January 2003, chaired by former MI5 Director-General [[Stephen Lander]]. Wilson was notable for being the only participant listed on the [[Ditchley Park]] website without any accompanying biographical details.<ref>[http://www.ditchley.co.uk/page/159/terrorism.htm Terrorism: national and international responses: A Note by the Director (Ditchley 2003/01)], Ditchley Foundation, accessed 14 January 2010.</ref>
 
A "Fraser Wilson" took part in a conference on ''Terrorism: national and international responses'' at [[Ditchley Park]] on 10-12 January 2003, chaired by former MI5 Director-General [[Stephen Lander]]. Wilson was notable for being the only participant listed on the [[Ditchley Park]] website without any accompanying biographical details.<ref>[http://www.ditchley.co.uk/page/159/terrorism.htm Terrorism: national and international responses: A Note by the Director (Ditchley 2003/01)], Ditchley Foundation, accessed 14 January 2010.</ref>
  
 
A "Fraser Andrew Wilson" (born 6 May 1949) is a UK diplomat, retired in 2009, has a page on [[wikipedia]].<ref>https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fraser_Wilson</ref>
 
A "Fraser Andrew Wilson" (born 6 May 1949) is a UK diplomat, retired in 2009, has a page on [[wikipedia]].<ref>https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fraser_Wilson</ref>
  
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[[Fraser Wilson]] was serving as [[Deputy Director General of MI5]] under [[Eliza Manningham-Buller]] in 2003, according to a profile of [[MI5]] which appeared on the website of the [[Federation of American Scientists]] at the time.<ref>[http://www.fas.org/irp/world/uk/mi5/index.html Security Service MI5], Federation of American Scientists, archived at the Internet Archive, 9 December 2003. Accessed 14 January 2010.</ref><ref>http://www.agentura.ru/dossier/uk/mi5/</ref> An alternative source has Fraser Wilson as DG from 2000-2004.<ref>''The A to Z of British Intelligence'' By [[Nigel West]], p.150</ref>
 
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The identification of this person with the Wikipedia page is tentative.

Identity

A "Fraser Wilson" took part in a conference on Terrorism: national and international responses at Ditchley Park on 10-12 January 2003, chaired by former MI5 Director-General Stephen Lander. Wilson was notable for being the only participant listed on the Ditchley Park website without any accompanying biographical details.[1]

A "Fraser Andrew Wilson" (born 6 May 1949) is a UK diplomat, retired in 2009, has a page on wikipedia.[2]

MI5 Deputy General

Fraser Wilson was serving as Deputy Director General of MI5 under Eliza Manningham-Buller in 2003, according to a profile of MI5 which appeared on the website of the Federation of American Scientists at the time.[3][4] An alternative source has Fraser Wilson as DG from 2000-2004.[5]

References

  1. Terrorism: national and international responses: A Note by the Director (Ditchley 2003/01), Ditchley Foundation, accessed 14 January 2010.
  2. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fraser_Wilson
  3. Security Service MI5, Federation of American Scientists, archived at the Internet Archive, 9 December 2003. Accessed 14 January 2010.
  4. http://www.agentura.ru/dossier/uk/mi5/
  5. The A to Z of British Intelligence By Nigel West, p.150