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BBC's MILITARY INFORMER MURDERED



The police have found the dead body of Dr David Kelly.

Dr Kelly, the MoD's expert on Iraq who the government accused of being a media mole, was reported missing yesterday at 1500 BST. Inevitably there are those who suspect he was assassinated for his part in exposing the government's falsification of intelligence to justify the invasion of Iraq.

The identity of the body has not yet been officially announced, but a senior insider in Oxfordshire Police has told us off the record that the body certainly is that of the missing BBC informer.

Police procedures prevent the release of a murder victim's identity until the family have been notified following a formal identification. The police and the BBC have openly connected the corpse with Dr Kelly's disappearance, and the policemen and journalists on the scene all know what Dr Kelly looks like, especially after the intense publicity attracted by his betrayal of the government.

Would this man have been killed had he not tried to expose the government's fraudulent evidence about Iraq's weapons of mass destruction?


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BBC's MILITARY INFORMER MISSING
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BBC News, "Body found in Iraq expert search", 18 July 2003.
[ http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/uk_politics/3076801.stm ]

    [N.B. This article on the BBC News website was replaced by the one below.]

    Police searching for the weapons expert named as the possible source for a BBC story on Iraq say they have discovered a body.

    The body was found at 0920 BST by a member of the police team searching for Dr David Kelly in a wooded area at Harrowdown Hill, near Faringdon, Oxfordshire, but has not yet been identified.

    Government adviser Dr Kelly, 59, went missing from his home in Southmoor, Abingdon, Oxfordshire, at about 1500 BST on Thursday.

    The body was found around five miles from his home.

    Earlier this week, Dr Kelly denied being the BBC's main source for a story claiming Downing Street had "sexed up" a dossier about Iraqi weapons of mass destruction. ...


BBC News, "Body 'matches' Iraq expert", 18 July 2003.
[ http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/uk_politics/3076801.stm ]

    Police searching for the weapons expert suggested as the possible source for a BBC story on Iraq say the body they have found matches Dr David Kelly's appearance.

    The body was found at 0920 BST by a member of the police team searching for Dr Kelly in a wooded area at Harrowdown Hill, near Faringdon, Oxfordshire.

    The government has now announced that if the body is formally identified as Dr Kelly, an independent judicial inquiry will be held into the Iraq weapons affair.


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