Discussion about the Coroner's Act governing suspicious deaths and inquests and the how the British state is subverting that law. Section 17a of the Coroner’s Act of 1988 allows for a public enquiry to save distress to relatives and for economy. It is appropriate for multiple deaths such as the 7/7 London bombings but not for a single death.
Discussion also of mistakes by Dr. Nicholas Hunt, the government's foresnsic pathologist.
Thames Valley police's Operation Mason, to find Dr. Kelly commenced, it seems, before he had even left his home.
Recent evidence has come to light that there were no fingerprints on Kelly's knife nor were there any traces of Kelly's body on the Oxfordshire helicopter's infrared scanners.
Uncovering the Truth about the Death of David Kelly by Rowena Thursby