posted on Dec, 4 2012 @ 05:45 AM
Thank you for this thorough discussion. It really is amazing how much evidence there is that MI6 were involved in his murder, or that, at the very
least, he did not take his own life.
There is another aspect of this that I feel is vitally important to add...
After the death of the MI6 "spy" Gareth Williams found in a holdall in the bath of his London flat, guess who conducted the post-mortem!?
Dr Shepherd, who conducted one of the post-mortem examinations of Gareth Williams, has previously worked on other high profile cases including the
deaths of Princess Diana and the government scientist David Kelly.
A death in Oxfordshire, a death in London, and a death in Paris, with the post-mortem all carried out by the same man. And he conveniently finds in
all three cases that no other investigation is needed and asserts that Diana died due to the accident alone, Gareth killed himself by locking himself
inside a small bag, in a bathtub, without leaving any DNA traces on the bath whatsoever, and that Dr David Kelly took his own life despite the
repeated contradictions from witnesses and medical professionals...
Dr Shepherd is a paid agent in my opinion, placed in this position to cover up for MI6 and the government where a cover up needs to take place.
Thanks again for creating this thread. It really is astounding that the the majority of the British public knows nothing about all of this, and so
many think the man did take his own life.
After seeing the first responders in their news conference giving their opinion, and then seeing it almost immediately vanish from the BBC and never
mentioned again, it proved to me that the BBC is being controlled and silenced on this story. The idea that this news conference wouldn't be big news
is incredible, and the fact that it went silent so quickly and so easily is just more evidence of the cover-up.