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Why I know weapons expert Dr David Kelly was murdered, by the MP who spent a year investigating his death

Posted by seumasach on April 14, 2009

 

 

 

Normally, of course, those involved in covering up a murder would be the prime suspects. This article by Rowena Thursby gives indispensable insight into the cover-up:

The David Kelly “Dead in the Woods” PSYOP

Norman Baker

Daily Mail

20th October, 2009

For Tony Blair it was a glorious day. He was in the United States being feted by the U.S. Congress and President Bush.

Their adulation was such that he was being offered the rare honour of a Congressional Gold Medal.

Naturally enough, Bush and his administration were hugely grateful for Blair’s decision to join the United States in its invasion of Iraq.

 

That invasion was supposed to lead to the discovery and disposal of weapons of mass destruction (WMD) and make the world a safer place.

But as Blair was lapping up the grateful plaudits from the U.S. Congress on July 17, 2003, the man who had done more than almost any other individual on earth to contain the threat from WMD lay dead in the woods at Harrowdown Hill in Oxfordshire.

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