Doctors call for Dr David Kelly inquest to resume

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posted on Feb, 11 2013 @ 03:38 PM
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This case will not be reopened in our lifetime, at least not for many of us. The evidence, including the contents of the 5 hard drives stolen by police before his body had been found, has been "sealed" for 70 years.

I suspect that the evidence the Doctor Kelly held was so widespread that it would in effect be the smoking gun for not just the illegal Iraq war, but indeed the critical piece of evidence that slots the whole evil plan being executed around the world into place and into full view.

We lost our freedoms and right to the truth a long time ago and our apathy in the face of what was going on has been our undoing. I can not see any circumstance where we can wrestle back our freedoms or right to the truth.

Sad, but I believe true.




posted on Feb, 11 2013 @ 03:50 PM
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Of all the strange deaths under questionable circumstances that you can research and also find here on ATS this case is number two in my books only second to the JFK murder.

This is my opinion only but I am no youngster and have seen a lot of weird things in my life and this case is beyond belief.

Every time I read the "facts" regarding his murder I shake my head at the all so obvious murder for Oil connection.
The poor man was doing his job and I believe realized that there was no "Out" for him.

Kind of like joining the Mafia once your in you only leave in a coffin.

I hope when all is finished and done he is recognized as the hero he was for speaking the truth knowing full well what was to become of him.

Excellent Thread for keeping us up to date on this matter and is much appreciated.
S&F
Regards,Iwinder



posted on Feb, 12 2013 @ 12:44 AM
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I am surprised that these doctors are willing to suggest that the inquest be resumed.
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I wonder what doctor is leading the inquest? It's safer that a group of doctors are requesting the inquest, but who ever is leading them is also putting him or herself in danger. If there was some kind of devious homicide to keep Dr. Kelly quiet, I'm sure these same shadow figures will be looking to cut off the head of this snake.



posted on Feb, 12 2013 @ 07:49 PM
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Originally posted by Iwinder
Of all the strange deaths under questionable circumstances that you can research and also find here on ATS this case is number two in my books only second to the JFK murder.

This is my opinion only but I am no youngster and have seen a lot of weird things in my life and this case is beyond belief.

Every time I read the "facts" regarding his murder I shake my head at the all so obvious murder for Oil connection.
The poor man was doing his job and I believe realized that there was no "Out" for him.

Kind of like joining the Mafia once your in you only leave in a coffin.

I hope when all is finished and done he is recognized as the hero he was for speaking the truth knowing full well what was to become of him.

Excellent Thread for keeping us up to date on this matter and is much appreciated.
S&F
Regards,Iwinder





I'd add princess Diana and Dodi's death to that list myself.
Wasn't the same coroner used in Dr Kelly's case also used in Diana's ?



posted on Feb, 13 2013 @ 06:28 AM
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The paramedics at the scene gave a press conference stating that they didn't see much blood for someone who had supposedly cut his wrist. They admit that they are no experts but these people deal with death and blood every day of their lives and I trust their instinctive opinions on this:




posted on Feb, 13 2013 @ 01:49 PM
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The establishment tried to seriously discredit him, both before and after his death. Perhaps they thought if they hung a WMD expert out to dry, it would be easy to sway public opinion. They failed because Kelly was highly regarded by his peers, not just in the field of weaponary but in the wider scientific community.



posted on Feb, 16 2013 @ 05:54 AM
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Interesting, thanks for sharing this with us!



posted on Feb, 20 2013 @ 08:20 AM
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...even if it means absolving Blair or any of his cronies of any wrong doing.


That's a step too far. It's like giving a murderer immunity from punishment in exchange for admitting his or her guilt.

Blair and his cronies are the UK arm of the conspiracy that was and is the Iraq war, the reasons for which, long suspected to have been false, has now been shown conclusively to have been deliberate and manufactured lies.

Lies to the house, lies to the people, lies to the soldiers who killed and died there, and just about everyone else, and the death of Dr. Kelly who tried honourably to inform the UK and the world the WMD was a complete fabrication is the tip of the blood soaked iceberg.

They need to be brought to justice. If not for the sake of justice, as a clear warning to others who selfishly and cynically abuse their positions and the trust placed in them by the Bristish people.



posted on Feb, 20 2013 @ 02:25 PM
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That's a step too far.


Possibly.

I understand your viewpoint and ordinarily I would agree wholeheartedly.

In an ideal world I would love to see Blair and his cronies held accountable in a court of law for deliberately misleading Parliament and the country into an illegal war.

But I think it's even more important that the truth is established and publicised so that everyone is made aware of the deceptive and deceitful nature of those we 'elect' to represent us.

Maybe when people begin to realise the full extent of the contempt that our politicians / judiciary / senior civil servants have for the people of this land and the total disregard they have for the law if it does not suit them, just maybe, then they will they stand up and do something about changing the corrupt, archaic and unrepresentative system they represent and uphold.

Is it more important that we try Blair in a court of law or that we establish 'the truth' and ensure that no Prime Minister / Government etc will be able to do the same again in the future?

I have no doubt that if The Tories had been in power at the time then Iain Duncan Smith, who I think I'm correct in saying was their leader at the time, would have acted exactly the same as Blair - but I guess that is just conjecture and if I'm honest completely irrelevant.

I guess my point is that ultimately it is the system that needs reforming - and by that I certainly don't want to sound unsympathetic to the Kelly family etc and fully understand their desire, and indeed right, to know the truth - whatever that may be.



posted on Feb, 21 2013 @ 06:46 PM
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You're right, prevention is a better and safer option than an after the fact cure.

It's just the mental image i have of that band of smug, arrogant, scheming, self interested bloody liars, standing up and staring right down the media cameras and lying their heads off to the entire country about these matters just really bloody irks me.

It doesn't help that Blair has apparently been raking in the blood money since. Kuwait and Saudi being cases in point for those who might be financially grateful to the tune of £5 Million or so to see the back of Saddam and an effective Iraq.

But yeah, i see what you mean.





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