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But Lord Armstrong, who coined the phrase 'economical with the truth' during the Peter Wright 'spycatcher' case, is understood to have rejected such plans.
The FBI's top spycatcher, Robert Bryant, was more explicit: "" This thing was thoroughly vetted at appropriate levels.
"You don't make a lesser offense -- an obscure lesser offense -- the centerpiece of a prosecution in a major espionage case," says John Martin, the Justice Department's legendary former spycatcher.
The spycatcher who broke our enemies the old British way - with charm, country walks and custard creams
"Meaning that I once heard a very great spycatcher say that, if you wanted to wear a moleskin jacket, you should look for a time when your target could have been nobbled.
Reviews: ‘Michael Caine re-dons spycatcher duds in Blue Ice, a determinedly old-fashioned actioner that’s terminally light on real thrills.’