posted on Oct, 23 2006 @ 04:53 AM
i came across this
interesting article about the
so-called suicide of david kelly and how the meeting between kelly and david broucher (whose recounting of the conversation he had with kelly who
supposedly uttered the killer line "i will probably be found dead in the woods" days before he was found dead in the woods), must have been a
kelly's daughter found some diaries in the house after kelly's death and the inquiry proving that this meeting could not have happened when broucher
claimed it did but did in fact happen one year earlier. the problem with the meeting being one year earlier however is that all the things that were
supposedly discussed at the kelly/broucher meeting had not happened at that point in time and therefore everything that broucher claimed at the
inquiry must have been a lie.
anyone know what the penalty for lying at an inquiry is? as the witnesses are not under oath (unlike an inquest), do they get away with it?