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A group of experts have renewed calls for a formal inquest into the death of government scientist Dr David Kelly.
They say the official cause of death - a haemorrhage - was "extremely unlikely" in the light of new evidence.
The claim comes in a letter from eight senior figures, including a coroner, published in the Times newspaper.
Dr Kelly's body was found in 2003 near his Oxfordshire home after he was exposed as the source of a BBC story on the grounds for going to war in Iraq.
Instead of a coroner's inquest, then Prime Minister Tony Blair asked Lord Hutton to conduct an inv
Originally posted by babybunnies
I just find it amazing that when a topic like this comes up that is a MAJOR conspiracy issue, most ATSers just ignore it because there is no coverage in the American media.
This type of thing is what ATS is really ALL about.
Our commitment to a Freedom of Information Act is clear, and I reaffirm it here tonight. We want to end the obsessive and unnecessary secrecy which surrounds government activity and make government information available to the public unless there are good reasons not to do so. So the presumption is that information should be, rather than should not be, released. In fact, we want to open up the quango state and the appointed bodies, which will of course exist under any government, but which should operate in a manner which exposes their actions to proper public scrutiny.