Monday, November 12, 2007

'"I feared I'd end up dead in the woods like Dr Kelly,"


Interesting, and if push came to shove on the truth of the matter I don't think I would have a big problem on who to believe, particularly in light of David Kelly's "suicide" and most definitely if billions of "wasted" dollars are involved.

An EU expert on biological warfare has told how she fears ending up 'dead in the woods' like scientist Dr David Kelly after an alleged campaign of intimidation by members of MI6 and the CIA.......

On one occasion, she says she found a hearse parked outside her house with the drivers 'staring straight ahead.' When she approached, it sped off and she pursued it, taking photographs as evidence.

After being told that Mr Baker was writing a book about the circumstances surrounding Dr Kelly's death, she sent him an email on March 23 designed, she says, to highlight the risk she felt she was under......

She believes the speech made her powerful enemies because she argued that billions of dollars spent by the US government to develop a smallpox vaccine has been wasted because scientists – including British experts – have used a different viral strain to the one she believes is being developed in Damascus. more

Previous on David Kelly.
Weapons Inspector David Kelly Murdered Says British MP
No Fingerprints On Kelly's "Suicide" Knife
Kelly Death. Update
Kelly death not suicide, says MP

And this is just the kind of thing that happens when the government don't like the sound of the truth.

Tony Blair yesterday placed himself at the heart of the government's controversial "naming strategy", which led to the unmasking of Dr David Kelly a week before his apparent suicide.......

Mr Blair's admission undermined earlier attempts by Downing Street to portray the Ministry of Defence as the "lead department" in the naming strategy. Under intense questioning from Lord Hutton, the prime minister said he had agonised for days over the "quandary" of whether to announce that the scientist had come forward. He spoke of the conflicting pressures of being open about Dr Kelly - to avoid charges of a cover-up - while acting "by the book".....

In his first public response to the inquiry, the Tory leader, Iain Duncan Smith, said: "The prime minister knew about, and was satisfied with, the underhand treatment of Dr Kelly and the systematic attempt to destroy his reputation both before and after his death. This is the most shameful act of this sorry saga."more

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