The Mysterious Death of Dr David Kelly: Damning New Evidence Points to a Cover-up by Tony Blair’s Government

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Painkillers and a pruning knife—these were the original things that factored into the death of Dr. David Kelly. However, a new investigation reveals that the world’s most knowledgeable expert in biological and chemical weapons was possibly murdered. Kelly had been identified as a government official who had over sold the dangers of Iraq before the war.

A lot of things do not add up concerning his death including; the wording on Kelly’s death certificate, an anonymous letter warning his colleagues to stay away from his funeral, and a claim that the wallpaper in his home had been ripped down by police after he was reported missing but before his body was found. As said before, the word “found” was used on his death certificate and the question of “place of death” was not answered. Also, a coroner’s inquest, by law, must be held in a case like this one but in this case, never was. Later, out of nowhere, the death certificate ‘cause of death’ was mysteriously finished explaining that hemorrhage was the cause.

This caused the case to close even while witnesses were still being examined. Someone was looking to hide what really happened and keep the witnesses quiet. His death certificate also states that an inquiry took place, which it did not and there is the signature of the registrar but not a doctor, or coroner, which every certificate is supposed to have. David Kelly ‘attempted’ to cut his wrist and that was the cause of his death, a hemorrhage. This is what the report says, however, doctors say that this did not kill him. There are several stories behind the death of David Kelly but nobody knows the real truth, for now.

Title: The Mysterious Death of Dr David Kelly: Damning New Evidence Points to a Cover-up by Tony Blair’s Government

Author: Miles Goslett and Stephen Frost

Source: Globalresearch.ca, 6/27/2010

URL:  http://globalresearch.ca/index.php?context=va&aid=19930

Student Researcher: Josh Crockett, Sonoma State University

Faculty Evaluator: Peter Phillips, Sonoma State University