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Thursday, April 21, 2005

Go read the letter the newspapers don't want you to read

From Rense:

Mistrust in the present government is not exclusively due to the lies, distortions and distractions surrounding the Iraq WMD claims, and the legal advice about going to war with Iraq. Government deceit extends also to the clearly inadequate investigation into the death of Dr David Kelly. Crucially, why did Lord Falconer choose a method of inquiry which was specifically designed to be invoked in multiple death scenarios, in order to avoid unnecessary duplication of inquiry, as in a rail disaster? Dr Kelly's death was a solitary unnatural death requiring rigorous investigation at a coroner's inquest. Invoking Section 17a, as Lord Falconer did, was not appropriate.


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