Accessibility links Skip to article Skip to navigation. Monday 07 October David Kelly: timeline to a controversial death Here is a list of the significant dates in the life of Dr David Kelly, whose body was found in woods near his Oxfordshire home in July after he was identified as the source of a BBC story claiming the Government "sexed up" its dossier on Iraq's supposed weapons of mass destruction.
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On his later trips to Baghdad, Kelly would be confronted outside his hotel by Iraqi mothers thrusting dead babies in his face. Kelly was no fool, no bumbling boffin, though it sometimes suited him to appear like that. The solitary boy from the Pontypridd hillside, whose father left when he was young and whose mother took an overdose while he was at university, had become an internationally respected microbiologist.
Lewis cannot forgive him for trading this scientific career for an increasingly duplicitous life dominated by the ruthless plots of spymasters and governments. Successive governments have stonewalled. Eventually, though, they will concede. This is the only sudden and suspicious death in modern times that has not been followed by a proper inquest.
Our coroners have been serving the truth, and us, well since When they are allowed to bring their skills to bear on the death of Dr Kelly, there will be room for a much better book than we have seen so far. James Delingpole. Paul Dacre.
Claire Fox. Douglas Murray.
Matthew Parris. Richard Dawkins.
Katy Balls. Matthew Taylor. Lucy Vickery. Chris Daw QC.
Matthew Taylor. Global Office. Many medical professionals disagreed. After reviewing evidence not presented to the Hutton Inquiry, Gardiner decided there was no need for further investigation. Richard Dawkins.
James Forsyth. Alexander Chancellor. Jane Ridley.