A MATTER OF NATIONAL SECURITY CHAPTER THREE

The VC stood to his feet. He was a towering man of six feet four inches. “I’ve got parents, the board, journalists, everyone, breathing down my throat! What am I supposed to tell them?” he asked. Jonathan shrugged. “Answer me! What should I say to them? If you don’t have any worthwhile news for me-” “-I do”, Jonathan said. The Vice Chancellor froze. “What is it? What do you have?” “First you have to come down with me to the station”, Jonathan said. “What? Are you serious?” More BNI agents burst through the door. “You watch detective series, you know the whole speech. “You have the right to remain silent. Anything you say can and will be used against you in court””, Jonathan said. “Are you placing me under arrest? For what?”

A Matter Of National Security Chapter Two

CHAPTER TWO Sophie Hesse put down the phone. The president was outside the country and until he returned, she would be in charge. This was the worst time to take charge, when the country’s security was under threat. Nobody knew who these terrorists were, where they had come from and who was backing them. One … Continue reading A Matter Of National Security Chapter Two