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Thread: Doctors Say Dr. Kelly was Murdered, Launch Legal Action for New Investigation

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    Dr Kelly WAS murdered and there has to be a new inquest, say six top doctors

    Tim Shipman
    UK Daily Mail
    Saturday, Dec 5th, 2009

    Six doctors who believe government scientist David Kelly was murdered have launched a ground-breaking legal action to demand the inquest into his death is reopened.

    They are to publish a hard-hitting report which they claim proves the weapons expert did not commit suicide as the Hutton Report decided.

    They have also engaged lawyers to write to Attorney General Baroness Scotland and the coroner Nicholas Gardiner calling for a full re-examination of the circumstances of his death.

    The doctors are asking for permission to go to the High Court to reopen the inquest on the grounds that it was improperly suspended. If Baroness Scotland rejects that demand, or the court turns them down, their lawyers say they will have grounds to seek judicial review of the decision.

    Dr Kelly was found dead at a beauty spot near his Oxfordshire home in 2003, days after he was exposed as the source of a story that Tony Blair’s government ’sexed-up’ its dossier on Saddam Hussein’s weapons of mass destruction to justify invading Iraq.

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    Doctors Say Dr. Kelly was Murdered, Launch Legal Action for New Investigation

    Tim Shipamn
    Mail Online
    December 5, 2009

    Six doctors who believe government scientist David Kelly was murdered have launched a ground-breaking legal action to demand the inquest into his death is reopened.

    They are to publish a hard-hitting report which they claim proves the weapons expert did not commit suicide as the Hutton Report decided.

    They have also engaged lawyers to write to Attorney General Baroness Scotland and the coroner Nicholas Gardiner calling for a full re-examination of the circumstances of his death.

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    David Kelly post mortem to be kept secret for 70 years

    Miles Goslett
    UK Daily Mail
    Sunday, January 24th, 2010

    Vital evidence which could solve the mystery of the death of Government weapons inspector Dr David Kelly will be kept under wraps for up to 70 years.

    In a draconian – and highly unusual – order, Lord Hutton, the peer who chaired the controversial inquiry into the Dr Kelly scandal, has secretly barred the release of all medical records, including the results of the post mortem, and unpublished evidence.

    The move, which will stoke fresh speculation about the true circumstances of Dr Kelly’s death, comes just days before Tony Blair appears before the Chilcot Inquiry into the Iraq War.

    It is also bound to revive claims of an establishment cover-up and fresh questions about the verdict that Dr Kelly killed himself.

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    Gagging order on David Kelly records could be lifted

    Afua Hirsch,
    London Guardian
    Wednesday, January 27th, 2010

    Lord Hutton has responded to reports that a 70-year gagging order he imposed on records and photos relating to the death of the government scientist Dr David Kelly could be challenged by stating that the documents could be revealed to doctors.

    In a U-turn, Hutton said the information could be released to five doctors who are seeking to reopen the inquest into Kelly’s death.

    “I requested that the postmortem report should not be disclosed for 70 years as I was concerned that the publication of that report would cause [Kelly's] daughters and his wife further and unnecessary distress,” Hutton said.

    “I consider that the disclosure of the report to doctors and their legal advisers for the purposes of legal proceedings would not undermine the protection which I wished to give.”

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    Government climbdown over David Kelly post-mortem report

    Miles Goslett
    UK Daily Mail
    Monday, February 15th, 2010

    The Government has backed down over a move which threatened to delay the release of the post-mortem of weapons inspector Dr David Kelly.

    Last month Lord Hutton, who chaired the inquiry into Dr Kelly’s death in 2003, said he was happy for a group of doctors – challenging the official verdict that the scientist committed suicide – to see his medical records, including the post-mortem report and photographs.

    The peer’s surprise decision came two days after The Mail on Sunday revealed that he had secretly ordered the documents to be barred from the public for 70 years.

    The doctors then wrote to the Ministry of Justice (MoJ) asking to see the material. But they were told their request was being treated under the terms of the Freedom of Information (FoI) Act which contains several caveats giving the Government the right to refuse access to some official papers.

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    UK Conservatives may reopen probe into Iraq war whistleblower’s death

    Daniel Tencer
    Raw Story
    April 6, 2010

    The death of a whistle-blower who said the UK government had “sexed up” a dossier on Saddam Hussein’s military capabilities in order to sell the Iraq war has been one of the most intriguing and confusing elements of the war’s history.

    Now the UK’s Conservative Party is signaling that it plans to reopen the inquiry into the death of Dr. David Kelly if it wins the next election. The move could potentially harm the ruling Labour Party, which championed the Iraq war effort and is now trailing in the polls for this spring’s election.

    On Sunday, Dominic Grieve, the Conservative Party’s “shadow” justice minister, said members of the public “have not been reassured” that Kelly’s death was a suicide, and if his government wins the election, he would want to reopen the case, reports the UK’s Daily Mail.

    Kelly, a weapons expert with Britain’s Ministry of Defence, was found dead in a forest near his home in Oxfordshire in 2003, shortly after he gave an interview to the BBC in which he said that the British government was lying about its claim that Saddam Hussein could launch biological and chemical weapons within 45 minutes of giving the order.

    Kelly’s death sparked suspicions that he may have been killed for undermining the government of then-Prime Minister Tony Blair as the British leader stood with US President George W. Bush in pushing for an invasion of Iraq.

    A former British ambassador quoted Kelly as having said “I will probably be found dead in the woods” if Iraq were invaded. Hours before his death, Kelly reportedly e-mailed New York Times reporter Judith Miller, warning her of “many dark actors playing games,” according to the BBC.

    A 2004 inquest run by Lord Hutton declared Kelly’s death to be a suicide. But news reports began to question that verdict almost immediately, and last year, a group of 13 doctors announced that the doctor could not have committed suicide — the cut found on his left wrist wasn’t enough for the weapons expert to bleed to death.

    “The bleeding from Dr Kelly’s ulnar artery is highly unlikely to have been so voluminous and rapid that it was the cause of death,” the 13 doctors stated in a 12-page report.

    It also emerged in 2009 that Kelly had been working on an expose of the claims surrounding Iraq’s weapons of mass destruction when he died. Kelly had “had several discussions with a publisher in Oxford and was seeking advice on how far he could go without breaking the law on secrets,” the UK Daily Express alleged.

    The Conservatives’ Grieve questioned the government’s decision to seal the details of Kelly’s death for 70 years, saying a Conservative government would re-examine that decision, the Daily Telegraph reports.

    Grieve also applauded the work of the doctors’ group that declared Kelly’s death not to be a suicide. “I am aware of the work of the doctors’ group on challenging Lord Hutton’s findings. They have made an impressive and cogent case,” Grieve said in a letter last month, as quoted at the Daily Mail.

    Any reopening of the case would be contingent on the Conservatives winning the election. A recent poll shows the Conservatives leading the Labour Party by 11 points, but a complete victory is anything but assured.

    Pollsters say the likeliest outcome of the election is a “hung parliament,” where no party controls a majority of seats in the legislature, and has to govern with the support of one of the smaller parties.

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    Dr Kelly ‘couldn’t have slit his wrist as he was too weak’

    Miles Goslett
    UK Daily Mail
    July 1, 2010

    Dramatic new testimony has heaped pressure on ministers to reopen the investigation into the death of Dr David Kelly.

    A female colleague claims that the UN weapons inspector could not have committed suicide as claimed, as he was too weak to cut his own wrist.

    Mai Pedersen, a U.S. Air Force officer who served with Dr Kelly’s inspection team in Iraq, said a hand and arm injury meant that the 59-year-old even ‘had difficulty cutting his own steak’.

    Dr Kelly was found dead in woods near his home in 2003 after the Government exposed him as the source of a BBC report questioning Tony Blair’s government’s case for war in Iraq.

    In a letter to the new Attorney General Dominic Grieve through her lawyers, Miss Pedersen also said Dr Kelly had difficulty swallowing pills, casting serious doubt on the Hutton Inquiry conclusion that he swallowed 29 painkillers before slitting his left wrist.

    Campaigners hope her extraordinary intervention will convince ministers of the need for a new investigation. Mr Grieve has already indicated that he believes the case could merit a further inquiry.

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    KGB man: MI5 agent told me that David Kelly had been ‘exterminated’

    Glen Owen
    UK Daily Mail
    July 25, 2010

    The mystery over the death of David Kelly took a further twist last night after a former KGB officer said he had evidence that the scientist did not commit suicide.

    Boris Karpichkov, who worked as a Russian spy for 15 years before fleeing to Britain, has sent a dossier to Attorney General Dominic Grieve in which he claims to relay information from an ‘MI5 agent’ that Dr Kelly had been ‘exterminated’.

    His move comes amid increasing calls from within the Coalition Government for a full, independent investigation into Dr Kelly’s death. Mr Grieve has indicated that he is ‘concerned’ by the growing scepticism among experts about the official version of events.

    Dr Kelly was found dead in woods near his Oxfordshire home in July 2003, after the Government exposed him as the source of a BBC report questioning Tony Blair’s case for war in Iraq.

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    ‘There wasn’t much blood about’: Detective who found weapons expert David Kelly’s bod

    Matt Sandy
    UK Daily Mail
    Aug 8, 2010

    The police officer who discovered the body of Dr David Kelly has spoken out for the first time – and revealed that there was ‘not much’ blood on or near the Government scientist.

    Detective Constable Graham Coe was the first official on the scene after the body of the weapons expert was discovered in woods near his Oxfordshire home seven years ago. He guarded the body alone for 25 minutes.

    The retired detective’s comments raise serious questions about whether Lord Hutton adequately investigated the circumstances of the scientist’s death.

    And they will inevitably focus attention on Hutton’s finding that Dr Kelly died from blood loss after slitting his left wrist with a blunt pruning knife.

    DC Coe, 63, joins a growing list of officials whose evidence about the death of Dr Kelly casts doubts on the verdict of the Hutton Report.

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    Kelly had heart attack, says pathologist

    New theory questions Hutton finding over death of weapons inspector, but says he was not murdered

    Andrew Johnson
    London Independent
    Aug 15, 2010

    A retired pathologist cast further doubt yesterday on the circumstances surrounding the death of Dr David Kelly, the government weapons inspector said to have committed suicide in 2003. She also criticised Lord Hutton’s handling of the inquiry into his death. Dr Jennifer Dyson joined other experts questioning the official finding that Kelly bled to death. She argued it was more likely that the 59-year-old scientist suffered a heart attack due to the stress he had been placed under.

    *The intervention came as Michael Howard, the former Conservative Party leader, became the most prominent politician to call for a full inquest into the inspector’s death. He told The Mail on Sunday that questions over the death meant that calling a full inquiry would be “entirely appropriate”.

    Kelly, Britain’s most senior inspector in Iraq, was found dead in woods near his home in Oxfordshire. He was revealed to be the source behind a BBC news story which accused Tony Blair’s former communications chief Alastair Campbell of “sexing up” the so-called “dodgy dossier” about Iraq’s weapons.

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