MANCHESTER, England (AP) – A city police chief who led an investigation into charges that Britain cooperated with secret CIA flights to transport terrorism suspects without formal proceedings has been found dead, his deputy said Tuesday.
Manchester Chief Constable Michael Todd, 50, was found dead in Snowdonia, about 240 miles northwest of London, Deputy Chief Constable Dave Whatton said. He had been missing since going out for a walk Monday during his day off.
Greater Manchester Police Chief Constable Michael Todd, left, with Britain's Prime Minister Gordon Brown is seen outside Greenheys Police station in Manchester, England, in this Nov. 16, 2007 file photo. Todd, one of Britain's leading police chiefs who led an investigation into charges that Britain cooperated with the CIA's secret renditions has been found dead, in Snowdonia, about 240 miles (380 kilometers) northwest of London, according to Deputy Chief Constable Dave Whatton. He had gone missing after going for a walk Monday during his day off, Whatton said. His body was found the following afternoon on a mountain trail. He added that the body had not yet been formally identified but that he believed it was Todd. (AP Photo/Dave Thompson/PA/file)