The Death of Dr David Kelly

Dr David Kelly’s untimely death has left unanswered questions and many wondering if he did in fact commit “suicide”

13 doctors demand inquest into Dr David Kelly’s death

Questions over his death six years ago wont go away. Now a group of specialist doctors have announced they will mount a legal challenge to overturn the official verdict of “suicide”, saying “he could not have died from loss of blood” as claimed

Kelly’s Book of Secrets

The weapons inspector was writing a book that would have exposed damaging government secrets shortly before he supposedly committed ‘suicide’

Why I know weapons expert Dr David Kelly was murdered

A British Member of Parliament explains why after spending a year investigating his death, he’s now conviced that Dr David Kelly didn’t commit suicide

New Calls for Probe into Kelly’s Death

After the weapon inspector’s friend revealed that as a result of minor injuries, he would have been unable to slash his wrists with sufficient force to commit suicide

David Kelly’s closest female confidante on why he COULDN’T have killed himself

Five years after his death at 59, his close friend, an American military linguist has come forward to dispute the official account of his death

Police helicopter failed to spot dead body of ‘suicide’ scientist

It has been revealed that a police helicopter flew directly over the spot where Dr David Kelly’s body was found after he supposedly committed ‘suicide’. Yet despite a sophisticated thermal imaging system it failed to find any trace of his corpse

Who killed David Kelly?

Norman Baker’s The Strange Death of David Kelly charts the moral depths of the Blair regime

‘I feared I’d end up dead in the woods like Dr Kelly,’

‘I feared I’d end up dead in the woods like Dr Kelly,’

So says biological warfare expert who criticised Britain and U.S.

Campbell, that dodgy dossier and the lies that cost David Kelly his life

In the weeks before he was discovered dead in a wood in Oxfordshire on Friday, July 18, 2003, Dr David Kelly was treated as a pawn in the Government’s game

Was the Hutton Inquiry into David Kelly’s death just part of the cover-up?

Norman Baker is one of Westminster’s most respected MPs. Here he reveals why he thinks David Kelly was murdered for exposing Tony Blair’s lies over Iraq

Did two hired assassins snatch weapons inspector David Kelly?

While investigating the death of Dr David Kelly I made many strange dicoveries, writes Norman Baker, not least some disturbing parallels with the case of a young American journalist named Danny Casolaro

Why I know weapons expert Dr David Kelly was murdered

Why I know weapons expert Dr David Kelly was murdered

By the Member of Parliament who spent a year investigating his death

Iraq whistleblower Dr Kelly WAS murdered to silence him, says MP

It is becoming increasingly clear that the Hutton inquiry was intended as a cover-up. And forget talk about the involvement of “anti-Saddam Iraqis”, Kelly was murdered at the instigation of the Anglo-American establishment

Police could not find any fingerprints on Dr Kelly’s ‘suicide’ knife

Commenting on Dr Kelly’s suicide, a police spokesman admitted that no fingerprints were found on the knife he supposedly used to kill himself. However, he continued, “This however does not change the official explanation of his death”

What Hutton Is Really Saying

Americans may reassure themselves that when the goon squad begins its killing spree, they at least have the firepower to defend themselves. In Britain, it will all be over in a day. Michael James reflects on the implications of the Hutton Report

Honour for official at centre of Kelly row

‘He is the latest in a long line of officials implicated in the Kelly controversy to be rewarded with an honour by the Government.’ Just natural career progressions? You decide…..

Murder theory that just won’t go away

British MP Norman Baker has set out in detail for the first time why he believes the secret service murdered the Government scientist Dr David Kelly

Who Ordered the Assassination of Dr. David Kelly?

The BBC’s Conspiracy Files continues to set the standard for media deception. The latest, on David Kelly’s death, hints that he may indeed have been murdered but on the orders of an old ogre with a history of being wheeled out when a “bad guy” is needed

Scientist ‘must have been murdered’

After an eight-month investigation, a senior member of parliament has concluded that claims that weapons inspector David Kelly committed suicide do not “hold water”

One in four [23%] doubt David Kelly killed himself

And 39% “Don’t know” – so actually fewer that 40% think that he “committed suicide”