Dear Useless Sorts,
Remember interrogation, remember the methods you didn't approve of - no reason, you argued to emply them when there was no certainty that the information secured was accuate, that a better way - saying please - would not have achieved.
Well ... they did use a non-friendly method and ... secured the information.
Unfortunately, it may well save several of your lives. That is the part that is unfortunate.
Today we can reveal that the Tower of London and an unnamed mainline station in the capital are on a list of targets spilled to US spy chiefs by a terrorist who broke under interrogation.
German national Ahmed Sidiqi, 36 - a fanatic trained by al-Qaeda - also named the Eiffel Tower in Paris and the 5-star Hotel Adlon at Berlin's Brandenberg Gate as it emerged that terror cells are plotting a series of Mumbai-style massacres in the UK, France and Germany.
The list of targets he gave them also included Notre Dame cathedral in Paris, Berlin's new Central Station and the landmark Alexanderplatz TV Tower in the city.
And last night it emerged that the US government is taking the threats so seriously it may warn Americans to stay away from public buildings in Europe.