reply to post by Corruption Exposed
The thing is people tend to have an already pre-determined opinion of what happened, as is evident by some of the replies so far in this thread.
I'm not criticising people for this and understand why they have done so.
There are some glaring omissions and questions that arise from The Hutton Report.
But those opinions could easily cloud their judgement of any future Inquiry - no matter what evidence is supplied there will be those who will always
choose to believe that Dr Kelly died as a result of some sort of government / 'establishment' assassination and that there is a conspiracy to
suppress the truth - and there are those who will believe the official version of events regardless of contradictory evidence.
I suspect that the findings of any future Inquiry would have to be overwhelming to convince those of either camp that their previous viewpoints had
And there is always the possibility that there simply isn't the evidence to prove exactly what happened to Dr Kelly.
Personally I don't believe that The Hutton Inquiry provides the whole truth and that there are many conflicting medical opinions, contradictory
evidence and unanswered questions and that there should be another full and open judicial Inquiry.
However, I don't think there is enough evidence to say that there was / is definately some sort of government / 'establishment' conspiracy - I
genuinely don't know
But if the conspiracy goes as deep as some suggest, and I stress IF
, then the ramifications could be so far reaching that it could actually be
the catalyst for radical reform within many of the UK's institutions.
And for that reason I suspect the 'real truth' will never be relieved until those involved are consigned to tomorrow's history books.