Last year, the Home Office said the dossier had mysteriously disappeared from the archives.
That's what happened with Andrej Pejic's cover of dossier Journal last year.
He also helped develop a dossier on al-Yazid that documents his history back to his days with the Egyptian Islamic Jihad.
1880, from French dossier "bundle of papers," from dos "back" (12c.), from Vulgar Latin dossum, variant of Latin dorsum "back" (see dorsal). Supposedly so called because the bundle bore a label on the back, or possibly from resemblance of the bulge in a mass of bundled papers to the curve of a back. Old French dossiere meant "back-strap, ridge strap (of a horse's harness)."