[forensic-science] Re: The Death of Dr. David Kelly


The motive for murder, like most conspiracy theories, is plausible. The
rationale for the methodology in this case is questionable. Why not make
the cuts to the wrist far deeper, if you wanted to fake a suicide? The
motive for suicide in this case seems to be more plausible and is based
on some personal information evidently an embarrassment to more than
just his family. Proving this particular suicide hypothesis to be wrong
is not proof of murder. I hope you have more than that. When it comes to
conspiracy, I am sure a suicidal person could use a method that causes
others to believe it is murder as well. The motives for suicide are much
the same as those for murder; altruism, anger, and anomie, or
--- In forensic-science@yahoogroups.com, "drandrewwatt"
<andrewwattchilcot@...> wrote:
> Hi,
> I've just joined the group, primarily to seek perspective from group
members on various technical issues relating to a suspicious death that
is the subject of ongoing controversy in the UK.
> I'm referring to the death of weapons inspector Dr. David Kelly in
Oxfordshire in July 2003.
> The official conclusion (at the Hutton Inquiry) was suicide.
> I, and a number of other doctors, suspect that Dr. Kelly was murdered.
> I hope to pose specific questions, as time allows, over the next few
days and weeks.
> I hope that I'm not breaching any group etiquette in using the group
to discuss very specific technical issues.
> Thanks
> (Dr) Andrew Watt

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