‘Reopen investigation into Westminster pedophile whistleblower deaths’ – MP

From David Kelley's Wikipedia page#Fatality_of_ulnar_artery_cuts) (bold emphasis mine):

Bartlett and Hunt told The Guardian that they had seen a small amount of blood on plants near Kelly's body and a patch of blood the size of a coin on his trousers. They said they would expect to find several pints of blood at the scene of a suicide involving an arterial cut.[32]#citenote-32)[[33]](http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/David_Kelly(weapons_expert)#cite_note-33) Two forensic pathologists, Chris Milroy of Sheffield University and Guy Rutty of Leicester University, dismissed the paramedics' claims, saying it is hard to judge blood loss from the scene of a death, as some blood may have seeped into the ground. Milroy also told The Guardian that Kelly's heart condition may have made it hard for him to sustain any significant degree of blood loss.[34]#cite_note-34)

But here's the kicker:

On 15 October 2007, it was discovered, through a Freedom of Information request, that the knife had no fingerprints on it.[35]#cite_note-35) And neither did a bottle of water, a mobile phone, glasses nor three empty blister packs of pills found with him.[36]#cite_note-36)

No fingerprints, eh?

That's a major red flag. If that isn't hella-extremely-suspect, I don't know what is.

On 19 May 2006 Norman Baker, Liberal Democrat MP for Lewes), who had previously investigated the Hinduja affair, which led to the resignation of government minister Peter Mandelson, announced that he had been investigating "unanswered questions" from the official inquiry into Kelly's death.[39]#cite_note-39) He later announced that he had uncovered evidence to show that Kelly did not die from natural causes.[40]#cite_note-40)

You got balls, kid.

In July 2006, Baker claimed that his hard drive had been wiped remotely.[41]#cite_note-41)

Am I surprised?

Family members of Kelly expressed their displeasure at the forthcoming publication, the husband of Kelly's sister Sarah saying, "It is just raking over old bones ... I can't speak for the whole family, but I've read it all [Baker's theories], every word, and I don't believe it."[42]#cite_note-42) In his book Baker argued that Kelly did not commit suicide and examined the many unanswered questions he says surround the incident.[43]#cite_note-43)

On 5 December 2009 six doctors began legal action to demand a formal inquest into the death,[44]#cite_note-44) saying there was "insufficient evidence to prove beyond reasonable doubt he killed himself." In January 2010, it was disclosed that Lord Hutton had requested that all files relating to his postmortem remain secret for 70 years.[45]#citenote-45)[[46]](http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/David_Kelly(weapons_expert)#cite_note-46)


In October 2010, the postmortem that Hutton had requested to be sealed for 70 years to protect the Kelly family was made public by the new government. The report by Dr Nicholas Hunt stated: "It is my opinion that the main factor involved in bringing about the death of David Kelly is the bleeding from the incised wounds to his left wrist. Had this not occurred he may well not have died at this time. Furthermore, on the balance of probabilities, it is likely that the ingestion of an excess number of co-proxamol tablets coupled with apparently clinically silent coronary artery disease would both have played a part in bringing about death more certainly and more rapidly than would have otherwise been the case. Therefore I give as the cause of death: 1a. Haemorrhage; 1b. Incised wounds to the left wrist; 2. Co-proxamol ingestion and coronary artery atherosclerosis."[4]#citenote-GuardianOct22-4)[[58]](http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/David_Kelly(weaponsexpert)#cite_note-58)[[59]](http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/David_Kelly(weapons_expert)#cite_note-59)

I don't know whether to laugh, cry, scream or what. I feel like a kid who just found out that Santa isn't real - except, instead of Santa, it's justice.

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