posted on Oct, 22 2010 @ 11:33 AM
In this article Tom Mangold puts forward his reasoning behind Kelly’s death being a suicide. He has been in newspapers and paraded in front of
cameras again today, which together with what he has said/written, makes me think that he has been paid to try and discredit the theory that Kelly was
killed. He makes some good points but he is assuming that the killers were complete amateurs.
He said that it is unlikely that Kelly was abducted from his house, as his wife was in the house and he told her that he was going for a walk which he
does every day. If it was known that he goes out for a walk every day
then he wouldn’t need to have been abducted. In any case, forcibly
taking him from his house would create too much noise and leave too much evidence to be a decent course of action for the killers.
If it was known that he goes for a walk along a certain route every day, then all you would need to do is to pick a precise area to kill him, which
would have required close-reconnaissance of the area, supporting the idea that the vehicle spotted by police was there for nefarious reasons.
At the risk of another suspicious car being noticed around the time of his killings, the “assassins” would have probably been placed long before
he was due to be killed. So he wouldn’t need to have been “frogmarched” anywhere, rather jumped on his normal route and the fact that he met
someone on his way into the woods doesn’t say a lot.
The actual killing part is the strongest evidence for him committing suicide, which is ironic because most of the evidence against the theory that he
had committed suicide is connected to how he died. You could not force him to ingest all of those pills without the post-mortem showing signs of a
struggle. However Tom Mangold perhaps deliberately factors out any chemicals (poisons/muscle relaxants) that are quickly metabolised and have no other
real use outside of assassinations. There would not be significant signs of struggle if he was restrained quickly and the drug was administered
quickly, and then they could do what they like with him.
Personally I don’t know whether he killed himself or not but the weight of evidence is on the side of those saying that he was killed.