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Who killed Dr. David Kelly?

Am I the only one wondering whether there’s some connection between all those microbiologists who died mysteriously over the last decade and the Swine Flu and Vaccine double-tap being prepared to be unleashed on the peoples of the world? Here are some musings from Sue Reid, writing for the Daily Mail (U.K.) on what’s been learned about Dr. David Kelly’s death:

Did this man know too much? Was he about to spill the beans?

Did this man know too much? Was he about to embarass the government? Is that a good enough reason to kill someone? What about the public's right to know what's going on?

“The day Dr  took a short walk to his death in the Oxfordshire countryside, an unopened letter lay on the desk of his book-lined study. 

Sent from the heart of the , the pages were marked ‘personal’ and threatened the world-renowned microbiologist with the sack if he ever publicly opened his mouth again.

The letter remained unopened for the seven days during the drama that would pitch Dr Kelly into the spotlight and end in his death at just 59.

No one has ever explained why the eminent scientist and UN weapons inspector did not open the letter, but everyone close to him is convinced he knew its contents. 

It was designed to silence him because his Ministry of Defence bosses had discovered that not only was he secretly talking to journalists, but was also preparing to write an explosive book about his work. Continue reading

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