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Cover-up claims as David Kelly post mortem set to stay under wraps for 70 years

 

By Daniel Martin

Last updated at 11:02 PM on 24th January 2010

 

 

 

Medical records which would shed light on the death of government scientist David Kelly will be kept secret for 70 years, it emerged yesterday.

 

The unprecedented move has been ordered by Lord Hutton, who chaired the inquiry which controversially concluded that the mysterious death was suicide.

 

It means vital evidence, including the results of Dr Kelly's post-mortem examination  -  which have never been made public  -  will remain under wraps until 2073, by which time anyone involved in the case will almost certainly be dead.

 

 

The body of 59-year- old UN weapons inspector Dr Kelly was found in July 2003 in woods near his Oxfordshire home. Days earlier he had been revealed as the source of a BBC story claiming evidence against Iraq had been 'sexed up' to justify invasion.

 

No coroner's inquest has been held into the death.

 

Last night, Dr Michael Powers QC, a doctor campaigning to overturn Lord Hutton's findings, told the Daily Mail: 'I cannot understand why this extraordinary move has been taken.

 

Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-1245705/Cover-claims-David-Kelly-post-mortem-set-stay-wraps-70-years.html#ixzz0dd07zLUS

 

 

 

Let's not let anything get in the way of the truth eh?  :laugh: :knuppel2:

 

 

Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-1245705/Cover-claims-David-Kelly-post-mortem-set-stay-wraps-70-years.html#ixzz0dczo9HgY

 

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Because classifying information for 70 years is a guaranteed way to ensure that no one believes that there was a conspiracy & cover up over his death.

 

If you don't believe me, just ask the Warren Commission.

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70 years is a crazy timescale, they obviously have some serious shit to hide.

 

I dont even think WWII secrets were hiden for that long.

 

Sneanky fucking politicians.

 

I thought the rules were changed and 25yrs was the max. Cunts.

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70 years is a crazy timescale, they obviously have some serious s*** to hide.

 

I dont even think WWII secrets were hiden for that long.

 

Sneanky f***ing politicians.

 

I thought the rules were changed and 25yrs was the max. c***s.

 

Clealry not but we aren't the ones who make the rules.

 

Obviously Dr Kelly had eveidence that didn't support and invasion of Iraq in WMDs, and my have (speculation time) said he would gone national with it.

 

 

 

Bumped off.

 

 

75 years for national security my arse.

 

We fucking invaded a crippled country thats infrastructure had already been bomed to shit by the U.S and U.K airforce over a period of time.

 

It was a rampant resources grab by the U.S, its cronies and we went along with it.

 

National secrets my arse, hiding what fact? More like protecting some wanky faced politician from jail.

 

CUNTS.

 

 

 

 

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The further you look into Dr Kelly's death the weirder it all gets, like his correspondence with Judith Miller who, days after Kelly's death, wrote an article for the New York Times in which she outed an active CIA spy called Valerie Plame.  Valerie Plame was involved in tracking WMD around the world, especially around the Iraq/Iran region.

 

Lots of weird coincidences around Kelly's death, lots & lots & lots of them.

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not incident - accident dear boy, accident.................

 

straight out of the J V Stalin Big Book of Boy's Accidents.........................

 

Who do you think would have given the word?

 

From the top.

 

Yeah but who?

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not incident - accident dear boy, accident.................

 

straight out of the J V Stalin Big Book of Boy's Accidents.........................

 

Who do you think would have given the word?

 

From the top.

 

Yeah but who?

 

I dont exactly know who, I work in IT not MI5.

 

Who needed us to go to war?

 

Who would need all contridicting evidence to WMDs stopped.

 

 

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not incident - accident dear boy, accident.................

 

straight out of the J V Stalin Big Book of Boy's Accidents.........................

 

Who do you think would have given the word?

 

From the top.

 

Yeah but who?

 

Google Dark Actors and Judith Miller and follow the trail from there

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kelly and andrew gilligan were basically spot on in what they said/published. the govt went overboard on the smear campaign against those two, one ended up dead, the other publicly discredited, despite both being totally in the right.

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kelly and andrew gilligan were basically spot on in what they said/published. the govt went overboard on the smear campaign against those two, one ended up dead, the other publicly discredited, despite both being totally in the right.

 

 

Iraq, Gilligan, Kelly and Hutton 2003

One of the most damaging episodes in the BBC's history was sparked by an early morning radio broadcast in May 2003. It would lead to the departures of both the Chairman and the Director-General in the space of 24 hours.

Andrew Gilligan

Andrew Gilligan

 

The nation had been told, in the run-up to the war, that Saddam Hussein was stockpiling weapons of mass destruction - so it was inevitable, when no weapons were found by the invading forces, that questions about the case for war would be asked. But the Government was incensed when BBC reporter Andrew Gilligan suggested that Prime Minister Tony Blair had deliberately misled Parliament with the claim that Iraq could deploy weapons of mass destruction within 45 minutes.

 

Protests were lodged by Alastair Campbell, the Prime Minister's press advisor, who demanded an apology. The BBC said it had nothing to apologise for.

Lord Hutton

Lord Hutton

 

In the following weeks it emerged that the BBC's source for on the story was a weapons specialist, Dr David Kelly. He was named in the media, and obliged to explain himself - first in public, before the televised Foreign Affairs Committee at Westminster, and then in secret, before the Intelligence and Security Committee.

 

A week later he committed suicide." BBC

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shocking, smacks of a cover up.  Just shows that killing our own was acceptable in the pursuit of ensuring Iraq was invaded.

 

"MI6, it transpires, learned of Saddam’s 45-minute capability from – get this – a taxi driver who had two Iraqi military officials in the back of his cab once. Or to more exact, the intelligence came from a bloke who heard it from a taxi driver who had overhead two other blokes some time ago."  :mackems: :knuppel2:

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shocking, smacks of a cover up.  Just shows that killing our own was acceptable in the pursuit of ensuring Iraq was invaded.

 

"MI6, it transpires, learned of Saddam’s 45-minute capability from – get this – a taxi driver who had two Iraqi military officials in the back of his cab once. Or to more exact, the intelligence came from a bloke who heard it from a taxi driver who had overhead two other blokes some time ago."  :mackems: :knuppel2:

 

And we, the US and any other western country spend how many billions on intelligence?

 

We just need a fleet of Blueline taxis in Iran and N Korea.

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