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David Kelly suicided

David Christopher Kelly (1944 – 17 July 2003) was an authority on biological warfare, and once a weapons inspector for the UN in Iraq.
In July 2003, Kelly was pushed into the spotlight after BBC journalist Andrew Gilligan had cited an anonymous expert on the ridiculous weapons of mass destruction in Iraq claim by Blair and Co. It was quickly assumed that David Kelly had been the source and also as a “British scientist and biological weapons expert, who has examined the trailers in Iraq" source, published by The Observer on 15 June 2003, who said:
Quote:They are not mobile germ warfare laboratories. You could not use them for making biological weapons. They do not even look like them. They are exactly what the Iraqis said they were – facilities for the production of hydrogen gas to fill balloons.

Kelly had already on 30 June 2003 reported to his manager at the Ministry of Defence about his contact with Gilligan.
Kelly appeared on 15 July before a parliamentary Foreign Affairs Select Committee investigating him leaking confidential information to Gilligan.

After Kelly suddenly died 2 days later Prime Minister Tony Blair's government set up the Hutton Inquiry, to “investigate” Kelly's death. The inquiry concluded that Kelly had committed suicide…
On 17 July, Kelly took a walk like he did every day. He was found the next day in the Harrowdown Hill woodlands, about a mile from his home.

After many “conspiracy theories” on Kelly’s murderer, in 2009 a group of British doctors, including barrister and former coroner Michael Powers, challenged Hutton's verdict.
Hunt stated that the only artery that had been cut was the ulnar artery. This couldn’t have been the cause of death as it is too is small and could never result in the blood loss needed to cause death - about five pints of blood…
It has been confirmed by the ambulance team on the scene that the quantity of blood at the scene was surprisingly small. Paramedic Dave Bartlett said in an interview that “I’ve seen more blood at a nosebleed than I saw there”.

It wouldn’t make sense that an educated doctor, like David Kelly, would choose the ulnar artery in the wrist to commit suicide.
It would also be strange that Kelly would kill himself, as he had recently converted to the Baha'i faith which expressly forbids suicide.

Hunt claimed that Kelly had also ingested 29 tablets of painkillers and co-proxamol (an analgesic drug) that were missing from the packets found at the scene of the crime. There is however no hard evidence that Kelly had actually ingested 29 tablets, as only one fifth of a tablet was found in his stomach.
The forensic toxicologist at the inquiry, Alexander Allan, concluded that the amount of swallowed Co-Proxamol wasn’t enough to cause death. According to Allan, the blood level of each of the drug's 2 components was less than a third of what could cause a fatal overdose.

The pathologist's report describe "livor mortis", a purplish-red discolouration of the skin when the heart is no longer pumping and blood begins to settle in the lower part of the body.
If Kelly had bled to death, then significant livor mortis could not have occurred, because there wouldn’t be enough blood in his body.

Norman Baker is the best known “conspiracy theorist” on David Kelly’s murder.
Baker spoke to a source, who in turn asked an old friend, "spook" from MI6, who told Baker that his MI6 friend had told him that Kelly's death had been "a wet operation, a wet disposal".
When Baker called his source a few months later, he told him that 3 weeks after their meeting, his house had been broken into and his laptop - with all his material on Kelly – was stolen:

When a police helicopter with heat-seeking cameras flew over the area where David Kelly was later found, at about the time the pathologist estimated he died, the helicopter didn’t find him.
This suggest that Kelly had died somewhere else than where he was found.

Louise Holmes described that she found Kelly’s body “at the base of the tree with almost his head and his shoulders just slumped back against the tree”.
Detective Constable Graham Coe’s “guarded” the body until reinforcements arrived. One of the paramedics, Dave Bartlett, described that Kelly “was lying flat out some distance from the tree. He definitely wasn’t leaning against it”.
Why had they moved the body?

According to police reports, a small water bottle, a gardening knife, a painkiller blister pack, Kelly’s glasses and his watch were found at the crime scene. No fingerprints were found on any of these objects. Why (or how) would Kelly wipe his fingerprints from these objects?
The water bottle found was still half full. It’s difficult to see how Kelly could have swallowed 29 co-proxamol tablets, with such little water.

Kelly had fractured his right elbow earlier that year and according to friends was “unable to cut a steak” with his right hand.
Could Kelly have cut his left wrist (with his right hand)?

Various scuffs, abrasions and cuts were found, but they were quickly dismissed as having been caused by Kelly “stumbling”:

Government liar John Morrison responded to these “conspiracy theories” on Kelly’s murder with:
Quote:It is indeed complete fantasy that there are agents that are licensed to kill.
There are intelligence agencies around the world who do engage in assassinations, there’s no doubt about that. Some of them not very nice people at all….. But we [in Britain] have never had a policy of assassination to my knowledge in the history of the UK intelligence agencies, and certainly not in the last few decades.
Sure John whatever you say!
Quote:Since 1994, British legislation gives its secret agents the right to break the law, as long as they have the permission of a “Secretary of State”.
This has enabled the British intelligence services to participate in a wide range of illegal activity, including murder, torture, terrorism, drug trafficking, arms sales and money laundering.

This couldn’t possibly be a motive, as Britain doesn’t “engage in assassinations”…
David Kelly was writing a book at the time of his death in which he intended to write that he had warned PM Tony Blair that there were no WMD in Iraq weeks before the US/UK led invasion of Iraq was started.
Following his death, Kelly’s computers were confiscated by the cops:

Or see the following video from James Corbett (1 hour).
A helicopter landed at the scene 90 minutes after the body was discovered and took off in 5 minutes. Reports after FOI requests revealed only a heavily redacted set of names. We don’t know who was on board or why this helicopter landed there and quickly flew away.

Operation Mason that “investigated” Kelly’s death, was started 9 hours BEFORE he was reported missing by his family.
Donald Trump is very cozy with the Rothschild crime syndicate:

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