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


How many of these examined the body?
--- In forensic-science@yahoogroups.com, "nonarevers" <nutteing@...>
> 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. ... "
> http://www.guardian.co.uk/theguardian/2004/jan/27/guardianletters4
> http://www.guardian.co.uk/politics/2004/feb/12/davidkelly.huttonreport
> ps
> What they aren't telling you about DNA profiles
> and what Special Branch don't want you to know.
> http://www.nutteing.chat.ru/dnapr.htm
> or nutteingd in a search engine.
> --- 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
> >
> > 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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