21st December 2016
The name of the individual caught spying on asbestos campaign groups has been revealed after the High Court lifted his anonymity protection.
Robert (Rob) Moore had posed as a sympathetic filmmaker in an attempt to infiltrate and gather private information on campaigners in the UK and overseas. Moore worked for K2 Intelligence Ltd, a firm founded by Jules Kroll, “a leading figure in the corporate intelligence industry” according to the Guardian, and run by his son and co-founder Jeremy.
Read the full story on the Guardian website here