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Originally posted by malcr
Hmmm, so let's regurgitate an event long enough after it happened to cloud peoples memories.
He committed suicide for one very simple reason: He broke the official secrets act and as such would lose everything including, at his age, his substantial government pension. This would leave his family in dire straits. So he committed suicide BEFORE he lost everything.
All conspiratorial facts are embedded , as said before, in peoples poor recollections and incompletely examined circumstances.
NO CONSPIRACY just plain old ordinary human nature......as is the case 99.9% of the time on ATS and real life.
As they approached the body, Hunt went to the right of Kelly and Bartlett to the left. Hunt checked for a pulse and Bartlett shone a light into his eyes to see if there was any pupil reaction. They then put four electrodes on his chest to detect any heart activity, but there was none. Kelly was pronounced dead at 10.07am. - www.globalresearch.ca...
When they arrived at the woods 15 minutes later it was immediately clear that this was not a run-of-the-mill incident. 'There were a lot of police around,' said Hunt. 'Some were in civilian clothes and others in black jackets and army fatigues. I thought it might have been a firearms incident as there were the guys from the special armed response units.'
Originally posted by LiveForever8
Dr Kelly - the BBC's source for a report claiming the government altered the contents of a dossier about Iraq - had probably been wearing a 24-hour electro-cardiogram recorder, also known as a Holter monitor, medical experts said.
But it was odd that the pads that are connected to the device had not been removed by doctors and were left attached to his chest, they said.
"If I was in a morgue and his body was presented to me I would have thought it had come out of a coronary care unit or an operating theatre," said Professor Konrad Jamrozik, of Imperial College Hospital London.
"It would be unusual for someone to be walking around wearing these pads," he told the press association.
Another heart specialist, who declined to be named, also said it was "very unusual" for someone to be found wearing the pads. - www.guardian.co.uk...
Some believe these electrodes where placed on Dr David Kelly to make sure he had died and that the perpetrators had been disturbed by someone/something and fled before having the opportunity to remove them from his chest.
Some doctors say it is 'very unusual' that he was wearing these electrodes outside of a hospital setting. Other seem to disagree.
One thing is for sure - it is yet another enigma to add to the numerous others that surround this case.
A leading UN weapons inspector last night added his voice to the growing clamour for a full inquest into the death of Dr David Kelly.
Dr Richard Spertzel claimed Dr Kelly was on a 'hitlist' in the final years of his life. - www.dailymail.co.uk...
Originally posted by stealthyaroura
news.bbc.co.uk..." target="_blank" class="postlink" rel="nofollow"> news.bbc.co.uk...
The above were the two brilliant students studying in
the field of DNA/GENETICS
Though not linked
I always thought that was suspicious.
S & F
Originally posted by blupblup
"David Kelly postmortem reveals injuries were self-inflicted
Government releases previously secret medical files on death of weapons inspector at centre of BBC's Iraq dossier story."
This is now supposed to quieten the "Conspiracy Theorists"
edit on 22/10/10 by blupblup because: (no reason given)