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THINLY ARGUED AND NOT WELL STATED,
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This review is from: The Strange Death of David Kelly (Paperback)
I really thought that at last we would have more insight into the death of Dr. Kelly, but, alas, I was VERY disappointed.
This book is OK as far as it goes but does not come up with any very different conclusions than those of anyone else.
Norman Baker, however, did come to the conclusion that the Hutton Enquiry was, for want of a better word, a 'sham' and with that, I totally concur.
As for the rest of the book, there were nothing really definite and, where he did come to some sort of a conclusion, there was no really well reasoned arguments to support it.
All in all, quite a disappointmenr as far as I am concerned.