Thursday, January 27, 2011

DR DAVID KELLY - MISSING FINGERPRINTS


Dr David Kelly knew too much and died rather mysteriously.

Police have now admitted that the following objects found with his body did not have fingerprints on them:

His mobile phone

A watch

The knife he allegedly used to slash his wrist

The packs of pills he is said to have overdosed on

A water bottle

Read more: David Kelly death: Personal items found had no fingerprints.

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aangirfan: DR DAVID KELLY AND 'MISSING NUCLEAR BOMBS'

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5 comments:

subrosa said...

The police omitted to say Dr Kelly wasn't wearing gloves Aangirfan.

Anonymous said...

A murder made to look like a suicide made to look like a murder. People forget that Kelly had supported the idea that Iraq was still producing wmds. Kelly had supported regime change and had been a vital figure in the deception. His death was an attempt to deliver a fatal blow to the Labour government - timed to perfection. He just didn't anticipate the full extent of his character role. Thursby and Baker should have performed diligence on witnesses like Dekker . They offer tantalising clues IMO.
Bw

Anonymous said...

Peter Everett - the 'Mi5' man (according to the Daily Mail) who had said Kelly's death had been a wet job contributed a dozen or so posts to an article I posted at the back end of last year. I asked Peter to email me from his workplace address to confirm his identity, he duly obliged and we exchanged several emails too (if it wasn't Everett, then somebody went to enormous trouble to make it sound like Everett - even if his stories and some of the details fail to stand up to scrutiny on occasions).

Whilst I'm of the opinion that Kelly was murdered - I think we'd have to consider other several suspects (not Iraq - but groups and individuals much closer to home).

Too many people assume that the intelligence services are a tight and homogeneous group of like-minded individuals pursuing one agenda. I don't think this is the case. They seen to be riven by political factions much like any other institution.

http://www.thesargeants.net/dblog/articolo.asp?articolo=365

The Everett stuff starts about a third of the way down.

Make of him what you will.

BW

Anon said...

Many thanks for the info on gloves and Everett.

I certainly agree that there are 'factions' within the security services.

- Aangirfan

Anon said...

And Dekker etc.

- Aangirfan

 
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