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He is on three of the four known attendance lists of [[Le Cercle]], from 1983-1985.<ref>
He is on three of the four known attendance lists of [[Le Cercle]], from 1983-1985.<ref>://isgp./organisations/Cercle/1983_06_Cercle_Bonn_meeting.pdf</ref><ref>://isgp./organisations/Cercle/1984_07_Cercle_Bonn_meeting.pdf</ref><ref>http://isgp.nl/organisations/Cercle/1985_02_Cercle_Washington_DC_meeting.pdf</ref>
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| Neil McLean |
(spook, deep politician)
Sutherland, Scotland, United Kingdom
|Died||1986-11-17 (Age 67)|
London, England, United Kingdom
|Member of||Le Cercle|
In 1941 he was transferred to the the Special Operations Executive.
Following a Nasserite coup in Yemen in September 1962, Julian Amery (also a member of Le Cercle) met with King Hussein of Jordan and agreed to send McLean to report on the situation. In late March 1963, Amery met with Neil McLean, David Stirling, Col Brian Franks and Alec Douglas-Home to organise an unofficial mercenary operation.
Events Participated in
|Le Cercle/1983 (Bonn)||30 June 1983||3 July 1983||Germany|
|Le Cercle/1984 (Bonn)||5 July 1984||7 July 1984||Germany|
|Le Cercle/1985 (Washington)||7 January 1985||10 January 1985||US|
- Stephen Dorril, MI6, Touchstone 2002, p.679.
- Stephen Dorril, MI6, Touchstone 2002, p.684.
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