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


Are you aware of this "conspiracy" of medical doctors?

Andrew Rouse
Public health consultant
Searle Sennett
Specialist in anaesthesiology
David Halpin
Specialist in trauma
Stephen Frost
Specialist in radiology
Dr Peter Fletcher
Specialist in pathology
Martin Birnstingl
Specialist in vascular surgery

"As specialist medical professionals, we do not consider the evidence given at the Hutton inquiry has demonstrated that Dr David Kelly committed suicide.

Dr Nicholas Hunt, the forensic pathologist at the Hutton inquiry, concluded that Dr Kelly bled to death from a self-inflicted wound to his left wrist. We view this as highly improbable. Arteries in the wrist are of matchstick thickness and severing them does not lead to life-threatening blood loss. Dr Hunt stated that the only artery that had been cut - the ulnar artery - had been completely transected. Complete transection causes the artery to quickly retract and close down, and this promotes clotting of the blood. ... "


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--- 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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