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Who Guards the Guards? (2004)

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Danny Hunter is assigned to protect controversial Palestinian novelist Zuli when they are attacked by two gunmen, resulting in the wounding of book keeper Harakat . However, Adam notes that an assassin had a clear shot of Zuli but did not take it. As Zuli organises his own security, Danny befriends Harakat. Later, Section D find an arial photograph of Mace talking with Muhammed Khordad , the head of terrorist group the Path of Light in Hebron, West Bank. Adam decides to meet the source of the image . However Mace sends MI6 watchers to shadow him and intercept the meeting. Because Adam is an expert in countersurveillance, he eventually loses them. The source reveals that Harakat worked with the Path of Light until he betrayed them by becoming an MI6 asset to help stop them. Harakat was the intended target in the attack all along. Harakat is then killed by a hidden sniper of Mace's when Danny drives him to a safe house. Meanwhile, Zoe and Will's relationship flourishes. Harry has Adam transferred to Section D to fill in for Tom's position.

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