Sunday, 24 January 2010

Did You Want Any More Proof?


Seems that Lord Hutton not only whitewashed the murder of Dr. David Kelly, but decided that the post mortem results had to be buried for 70 years.

Strong stench of cover-up?

The Penguin

8 comments:

John Pickworth said...

Until now, the most anyone could claim concerning the Kelly affair was merely a whiff of smoke...

But Hutton has just thrown a couple of tractor tires on the fire.

If Kelly had killed himself then surely releasing ALL the evidence (aside from the most personal material obviously) would have put the matter to rest?

So, what are they hiding? And why?

Anonymous said...

Suppressing evidence is "perverting the course of justice" - triable only at Crown court and carrying up to 7 years imprisonment! Will the CPS act? I won't be holding my breath.

Oldrightie said...

"perverting the course of justice" presumably means Hutton. Murder, however, sanctioned by a SPAD (Campbell) is treason.

bofl said...

it would seem that they are now literally getting away with murder....

welcome to airstrip 1........

Anonymous said...

The post mortem report on Thomas Hamilton was buried for 100 years. Why? The scotch mafia like to keep things under wraps it would seem.

Marchamont Needham said...

Just about all the Dunblane papers were released to the public years ago now.

I believe autopsies weren't to protect the relatives of the children. Seems reasonable to me.

But failing to give David Kelly an inquest isn't.

Tony Blair said...

The boss of a British company that has sold million of dollars worth of “bomb detectors” to Iraq’s security forces has been arrested on suspicion of fraud.

Jim McCormick, 53, the managing director of ATSC which is based in a former dairy in Sparkford, Somerset, has been questioned by detectives from Avon and Somerset Police after a complaint that he misrepresented the devices.

In November, Mr McCormick, a former Merseyside police officer, told The Times that his devices, which consist of little more than a telescopic antenna on a molded plastic handle, are able to detect explosives in the same way as a dowsing rod finds water.

Thousands of the devices are in use at military and police check points across Baghdad where they are used to search vehicles and pedestrians for explosives. In recent months hundreds of people have died after car bombers were able to penetrate the security cordon supposed to protect the centre of the Iraqi capital.

Fausty said...

There are loads of holes in this story, but it's unlikely that any of it will ever emerge - too many people with too much to lose. Not to mention whole governments around the world and the military industrial complex.

Kelly was one of a number of microbiologists who met an untimely death and his assassins might well have been 'horizontalised' since. Some interesting footage and audio files here.

Little wonder then that Cameron's keeping quiet about this. You would think he would be shouting to the rooftops that he would reverse the order of secrecy. Yes? Not a word from him.