Evelyn Le Chêne
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| Evelyn Le Chêne |
(spook, author, historian)
Evelyn Le Chene, from the Annual Report of Wilton Park, 2003/4
|Founder of||Threat Response International|
Suspected spymistress who infiltrated the Campaign Against Arms Trade
Evelyn Le Chêne is mother of Adrian Franks and controller of Martin Hogbin, both of whom infiltrated the Campaign Against Arms Trade on behalf of BAE Systems. Her husband reportedly was an SOE member.
In September 2003, the Sunday Times exposed a "spy network" run by Le Chêne with a database of >148,000 names and addresses of activists, peace campaigners, environmentalists and union members. The story stated that she was running spies who posed as activists to obtain confidential information from lobby groups, and reports on CAAT were at one point being sent daily to BAE's security group from within the organisation.
Evelyn Le Chêne is a fellow of the Wilton Park International Association.
- No.11, 1989 Chemical and biological warfare : threat of the future / by Evelyn Le Chene. Toronto : Mackenzie Institute for the Study of Terrorism, Revolution and Propaganda, 1989. Mackenzie paper. ; no. 11 31 p. ; 21 cm. — ISBN: 0921877102
- Eveline Lubbers The Threat Response Spy Files evel - spin.off, Spinwatch 13 Feb 2007
- ↑ https://www.librarything.com/author/cheneevelynle
- ↑ http://www.llbccat.leg.bc.ca/ipac20/ipac.jsp?session=122090B87M25V.3190294&profile=main&uri=link=3100006~!155065~!3100001~!3100030&aspect=subtab150&menu=search&ri=1&source=~!llbchz&term=Chemical+and+biological+warfare+%3A+threat+of+the+future+%2F&index=PALLTI