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A prime facie case.,
This review is from: The Strange Death of David Kelly (Paperback)
This book by Norman Baker is absolutely first-class. From the outset I had the gravest suspicions about the whole matter, and perhaps naively, I believed that the Hutton Enquiry would reveal all. Never was I more mistaken. For an eminent Judge to have produced such a conclusion as contained in his Report- absolutely beggars belief. If I had not heard it - I would never have believed it possible for such an incredibly narrow-minded view, with so many questions left unanswered - nor even examined.
There is absolutely no doubt in my mind that this whole matter should be properly investigated, and an Inquest held, where witnesses would give evidence on oath and open to cross-examination. As it has been left, the whole scandalous affair is a complete travesty, - and I speak with thirty years experience on the Bench.
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Initial post: 18 Jul 2009 15:45:05 BDT
Kevin 'Bionic' Jones says:
In reply to an earlier post on 27 Jan 2010 10:51:24 GMT
Well it makes sense that the full details of Dr Kelly's medical reports won't be made public for 70 years. Nothing to see here hey Mr Sharkey? What a stupid thing to say. The Kelly death is a stinker of a scandal coupled with Tony 'blood on his hands' Blair's lying. Whatever conclusions Baker comes up with, including the Iraqi hit squad theory, it is still not as bad as our politicians covering up something that they say has no reason to be suspicious about.
Aaronovitch is KGB anyway, what makes his view more reliable?
In reply to an earlier post on 14 Apr 2010 12:13:43 BDT
Antonius Block says:
In reply to an earlier post on 13 Aug 2010 12:14:46 BDT
T. A. Donegan says:
In reply to an earlier post on 19 Aug 2010 10:49:53 BDT
Maria McDougall says:
30 years on the bench? - Ouch indeed, but you're just a flippin' magistrate -i.e. you don't have to be legally qualified. Apparently the famly of Dr Kelly did not want an inquest. Why not? All sounds very odd indeed.
Posted on 2 Sep 2010 09:47:16 BDT
A. S. G. Blackmore, thank you for your review (ignore the twits above). I fully agree with your every point - this is an excellent book and the Hutton Enquiry was an outrage.
Posted on 9 Feb 2012 15:47:49 GMT
The Green man says:
What about Robin Cook, then a bit suspicious too?
In reply to an earlier post on 10 Dec 2012 19:41:27 GMT
Tuesday's kid says:
David Aaronovitch? LOL. Oh yes, renowned for his impartial and balanced journalism. Laughable. You may as well quote Richard "you couldn't make it up!" Littlejohn or as some moral authority in state affairs. David Aaronovitch is the pay of the Times and a Jew i.e. fully invested in the establishment view of the world especially the Zionist one.
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