Dr Kelly WAS murdered to silence him, says LibDem MP

#1
http://www.dailymail.co.uk/pages/li...tml?in_article_id=488662&in_page_id=1770&ct=5

The official Hutton Inquiry into the death of Dr Kelly ruled in 2004 that he slashed one of his wrists with a garden knife and took an overdose after being "outed" as the mole who revealed the flawed argument for invading Iraq.

But Norman Baker is convinced the scientist was murdered.

He says he was told by a secret informant that British police knew about the plot but failed to act in time and that the death was later made to look like a suicide to prevent political and diplomatic turmoil.
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Mr Baker said: "The more I examined [Lord Hutton's verdict], the more it became clear to me that Hutton's judgment was faulty and suspect in virtually all important respects."

His findings are today revealed in the first extract from his book The Strange Death of David Kelly. In it, he claims:

• No fingerprints were found on the gardening knife allegedly used by the scientist to cut one of his wrists;

• Only one other person in the whole of the British Isles committed suicide in the same way as the scientist allegedly did in 2003;

• There was an astonishing lack of blood at the scene despite death being officially recorded as due to a severed artery;

• The level of painkillers found in Dr Kelly's stomach was "less than a third" of a normal fatal overdose.
 
#2
Perhaps they were a bit short of Polonium 210 at the time and had to do things the old fashioned way?
 
#3
Onetup3 said:
Perhaps they were a bit short of Polonium 210 at the time and had to do things the old fashioned way?
http://www.dailymail.co.uk/pages/li...tml?in_article_id=488662&in_page_id=1770&ct=5

The Lewes MP also suggests that the knife and packs of painkillers found beside Dr Kelly's body were taken from his home in Southmoor, Oxfordshire, during a police search after his death and later planted at the scene.
So British MP (who is no doubt well aware about habits of British police) is sure that some evidences were 'planted'.

BTW, Polonium 210 was first time ever mentioned in the day of the death of poor mr.Litvinenko. So it is possible that Polonium marks also were planted including the dead body.
 
#4
The LibDem MP, who gave up his front bench post to carry out his year-long investigation, makes his claims in a book serialised exclusively in the Daily Mail today and next week
and I think that says it all really.
 
#6
Like there is any doubt?
The paramedics say it wasnt suicide, 5 coroners say it wasn't suicide, lots of other people say it wasn't suicide. Suicide was contrary to his religious belief.
Its all on record, it just seems to be a universally accpeted thing that the evidence that the Hutton Enquiry was wrong is never really discussed.
 
#7
theoriginalphantom said:
The LibDem MP, who gave up his front bench post to carry out his year-long investigation, makes his claims in a book serialised exclusively in the Daily Mail today and next week
and I think that says it all really.
shame it isn't being done by the Express, then they could have solved the Diana mystery (no not the "driver was pissed" one you know the other one...)
 
#8
If he was so certain that his version is correct why wasn't he , as an MP, shouting it from the rooftops before he decided to write a book on it?
 
#9
A vexing question this - a conundrum.

I now believe, based on nothing more than 'gut instinct', that this man was murdered.

If one believes one's prime minister, then clearly, this unfortunate man's death was as a result of suicide.

If one does not believe a single word of 'one's prime minister' - for example ME, - then there may be another reason for this man's demise.

? ? ? ? ?
 
#10
Bit of a contradiction in the idea of a state-sanctioned death squad which carries out secret state-sanctioned executions of British citizens and said squad being so inept that they can't even ascertain the standard lethal dose of painkillers (not a difficult thing to verify).

Possible, of course, that there are inept members of this putative organisation as there are of any organisation, but it seems a tad unlikely. Certainly mitigates against giving the allegation much credence.
 
#11
... they could have just taxed the poor bug-ger to death ... certainly doing it to the rest of us!
 
#12
yes, strange one, bloke in the know says PM lied through his teeth about 45 minute claim and that the weapons dossier could have been written by the Brothers Grim and then wakes up one morning dead. Following inquiry says hes a Walt and the PM is as honest as the day is long.

Whole thing gets brushed aside but some bint creams in at a car accident in which the driver was leathered and speeding and the whole world points the finger at Phil the Greek and the secret services shouting 'murder'!

Where is the justice!
 
#13
Even if it is true, average Joe cares about as much about this story as they do about the troops being wounded and killed in Afghanistan.

The British public is so apathetic about such matters that the government is free to do just about whatever they like... Just as long as they don't attempt to cancel the next season of Big Brother.
 
#14
Sergei: Unlike their knitting patterns and recipies, the Daily Mail can scarcely be regarded as an authority on such topics.

It is a "paper" typically read by menopausal wives or grandmothers of the far and centre Right.

Liberal Democrats, and Norman Baker in particular, are not widely known for their rigourous analysis based on deep contacts in the Government.

The SVR may well have no qualms about disposing of an awkward comrade from a sister intelligence service such as the GRU. However, you will still find plenty of reference from within the Brinith intelligence community to the distaste regarding the "45 minute" debacle.

I think someone is trying to spread some more dizinformazion ??
:wink:
 
#15
He's on to something but the least likeliest scenarios are that Dr Kelly killed himself where he was found, or that the British government was directly responsible for his murder.

More likely scenarios:

- Dr K was killed by another organisation or individuals, as Norman Baker suggests.

- Dr K killed himself elsewhere, whilst under surveillance and it was decided (for some reason, such as to obscure the fact he was under surveillance) to move the body (hence the lack of blood).

- Dr K died whilst under surveillance, not suicide, possibly with the intervention of the surveillance team - an altercation leading to a heart attack, or a struggle leading to fatal injury.

Any of the above scenarios may have been complicated by the involvement of different parts of the UK police/security services not seeing eye to eye and not wanting to involve the others. Perhaps a ticking clock led to a botching of whatever scenario in fact unfolded - the need to quickly prepare a suicide scene before the family or local constabulary arrived on the scene.
 
#16
He says he was told by a secret informant that British police knew about the plot but failed to act in time and that the death was later made to look like a suicide to prevent political and diplomatic turmoil.
Hardly a roaring success on that count then.
 
#18
lsquared said:
A vexing question this - a conundrum.

I now believe, based on nothing more than 'gut instinct', that this man was murdered.

If one believes one's prime minister, then clearly, this unfortunate man's death was as a result of suicide.

If one does not believe a single word of 'one's prime minister' - for example ME, - then there may be another reason for this man's demise.

? ? ? ? ?
Makes two of us.
 
#20
theoriginalphantom said:
The LibDem MP, who gave up his front bench post to carry out his year-long investigation, makes his claims in a book serialised exclusively in the Daily Mail today and next week
and I think that says it all really.
Yeah I know. Surprised the Daily Hate didn't accuse immigrants.
 
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