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Post by Mini Slueth on 09.06.11 12:27

Kelly inquest unnecessary, says PM

Published on Friday 20 May 2011 10:41

The Prime Minister has appeared to rule out a full inquest into David Kelly's death in Oxfordshire.

David Cameron said the Hutton report
into the Government weapons inspector's death had been "fairly clear",
adding: "I don't think it's necessary to take that case forward."His
remarks came as Attorney General Dominic Grieve continued to consider a
dossier of evidence on Dr Kelly's death. A spokeswoman for Mr Grieve's
office said he would announce "in due course" whether he will ask the
High Court to order an inquest.Dr Kelly's body was found in woods
close to his Oxfordshire home in 2003, shortly after he had been
revealed as the source of a BBC report questioning the accuracy of a
Government dossier arguing the case for war in Iraq.The Hutton
Inquiry in 2004 found that Dr Kelly had committed suicide, and
then-justice secretary Lord Falconer ruled the inquiry could take the
place of an inquest in the coroner's court.A group of doctors,
led by Stephen Frost, have since campaigned for a full inquest, pointing
out that Lord Hutton spent only half a day of his 24-day inquiry
considering the cause of Dr Kelly's death.At Commons question
time, Tory veteran Sir Peter Tapsell asked the Prime Minister: "Now that
there is to be a full investigation into the ABDUCTION OR MURDER of
Madeleine McCann, isn't there a much stronger case for a full
investigation into the suicide or murder of Dr David Kelly?"Mr
Cameron replied: "You are raising two issues. Firstly, on the issue of
Madeleine McCann, I think it is welcome that the Metropolitan Police
have decided to review the case and review the paperwork."On the
issue of Dr David Kelly, I thought the results of the inquest that's
been carried out and the report into it were fairly clear and I don't
think it's necessary to take that case forward."A spokeswoman for
Mr Grieve's office said: "The Attorney General is still considering
representations made and we will be making a decision in due course. He
has not consulted any of his Cabinet colleagues on the issue and is
undertaking the review in his public interest role."


Do you think this is a good sign.....Could it be why the McCannd are very quiet at the minute?????????????????????
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