- The strange death of British arms inspector
and micro biologist, Dr. David Kelly, has always been linked to the fact
he knew too much about the illegal arms trade to the Middle East, including
the real story about WMD in Iraq.
- Although the official story of his 2003
death tells a tale of suicide, many observers close to the case claim Dr.
Kelly was anything but suicidal. They also contend the follow-up investigation
was appalling, claiming the Hutton Commission set up by the British
Parliament to investigate Dr. Kelly's death covered up important facts
that would have implicated high-ranking British and American officials.
- While the story remains hush-hush in
America even though its implications lead right to the White House, this
week Norman Baker, a liberal democrat in Parliament came forward publicly
saying there was a high probability that Dr. Kelly was assassinated.
- "I was unhappy and perturbed, like
many people, about the story behind Dr. Kelly's death," said Baker
this week on a London political talk show, who vowed on the show to try
and get to the bottom of the case. "There are a number of very odd
circumstances surrounding the death of Dr. Kelly and obviously this is
a very highly charged political time in our country.
- "I think he was a great servant
of our country and the way he was treated by the Ministry of Defense was
very poor. And the way the assumption of suicide was reached without very
much evidence to back it up was curious. First, there appears to be no
intent for suicide. And when you look into the alleged suicide itself,
you'll find the method prescribed for the suicide in the death certificate
was very peculiar.
- Baker added he has collected medical
evidence suggesting the method in which Dr. Kelly's suicide took place
by allegedly cutting a deep artery in his wrist clinically could not have
cause his death.
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