posted on Jul, 13 2009 @ 07:17 AM
reply to post by Power_Semi
A couple of years ago I turned on the news (BBC) and watched a press conference by the Medical Staff who were there.
They categorically stated that there was blood under his body. They stated that, in their opinion, he did not commit suicide. There were several
reasons for their conclusions, but I don't believe that they went into further details.
An hour later, no evidence of that press conference could be found. It was not available on the BBC site (as every other story is) and no mention of
it appeared anywhere else.
I have spoken to maybe one other person who remembers seeing it or was told about it by another, but the majority of people never knew about it.
I KNOW THAT I SAW IT!
I did not "imagine it", it happened. And yet, it was buried. That is why I do not trust my government or the BBC in any capacity.
He was murdered to keep him quiet.
And I'm sorry if it causes his family any pain, but this is a milestone in time that cannot simply be ignored.
But, I do not for one second believe that an inquiry led by anything other than a fully public and independent investigating team will provide
anything, because the risks to the government are too high.
I have no doubt that a full and honest investigation will show that he was murdered by a US-led team with the backing of the UK government (we do each
others dirty work, less paper trail and it makes any future investigations more difficult).