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Political Assassination and the Crimes of War: The “Unnatural Death” of Dr. David Kelly

By Dr. David Halpin
Global Research, July 19, 2013

Url of this article:
http://www.globalresearch.ca/political-assassination-and-the-crimes-of-war-the-unnatural-death-of-dr-david-kelly/5343218

A bearded man of avuncular appearance had started early in replying to e-mails on the 17th July 2003. He was in the office of his pretty cottage, with the scent of roses telling of an English summer. The little village of Southmoor was stirring. He was to send over 80 via one of five hard drives and mostly in reply. Some would be encrypted because he was writing to friends and colleagues who like him shared secrets in the field of “WMDs”. And some would be human and ordinary as from a father of three daughters. He had delighted in seeing a new born foal and arranged to take his daughter Rachel down the village that Thursday evening to see young life together.
Many of the e-mails in his inbox were from friends expressing sympathy for his having been put through the mangle of the state machine; his responses were hopeful. In one he spoke of arrangements having been made for his return to Iraq in 8 days; he was looking forward to that. This man from the Welsh Valleys graduated with his DSc in microbiology from Linacre College, Oxford in 1971. He joined the Civil Service in 1984 and was acting head of the Porton Down ‘Defence’ Microbiology Division for 10 years. These functions on Salisbury Plain widened (1)

The Forensic Pathology – The Subversion of Due Process Continues

Andrew Watt ended his article with the post-mortem examination being carried out by Dr Nicholas Hunt on the evening the body was found 18 July 2003. It was the penetrating smell of Lysol, lights and stainless steel in the mortuary of the John Radcliffe Infirmary Oxford, as well as the remains of a fit husband and father. Nine police officers were in attendance, the most senior being Detective Chief Inspector Alan Young who was in charge of the investigation. He was at the scene on Harrowdown Hill where the unidentified body was found by Louise Holmes. In spite of his lead position in the inquiry into a missing person, and then a suspicious death, he was neither called to the Hutton Inquiry which started sitting 13 days later, nor did he submit a statement to it (1). There is no obvious explanation for the presence of nine police officers at this very morbid autopsy given that the police had sprayed the word ‘suicide’ about earlier that day. The size of the squad would surely have fitted better if murder was foremost in the minds of the investigating authorities.

http://www.globalresearch.ca/the-unnatural-death-of-dr-kelly-the-forensic-pathology-the-subversion-of-due-process-continue...

More whitewash

Found this article from 'The Independent'--another instance of the continuing whitewash re Kelly's death:

http://blogs.independent.co.uk/2013/07/17/the-other-myths-about-david-kelly/

I wasn't familiar with this John Rentoul before reading this; but I must say he strikes me as a truly insufferable prig. A number of readers are apparently not that impressed, though, and some of the comments they left are great.