Tuesday, July 14, 2009

New calls for Dr Kelly inquest

The only people satisfied with the Hutton Report were Tony Blair and Alistair Campbell.

Six years after the alleged suicide of Dr David Kelly, a group of doctors is preparing to legally challenge the findings of the Hutton Inquiry, which was set up by the government to clear the government of any wrongdoing.

According to today's Independent, the doctors' report rejects the theory that Dr Kelly died as a result of cutting his own wrist. The case came under renewed publicity at the end of 2007 when LibDem MP Norman Baker wrote the book The Strange Death of David Kelly, which pointed out a staggering number of contradictions and unanswered questions. "It was impossible for Dr Kelly to have died like that", Baker told us at Hagley Road to Ladywood.

More on the Hutton Report here.

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