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July 09, 2007



Dave,was confused initially by your use of latter (do you mean former?)
I tend to agree with Oborne, except where he trots out the offcial line that David Kelly committed suicide. (because Hutton said so, just as juries convict the innocent until their convictions are proven unsafe..)
The Campbell-Humphreys love-in on Radio 4 made me vomit . But then Humphreys didn't want to have his lights punched out due to aggressive questioning. Remember that extraordinary scene when Campbell burst in on the Channel 4 news? Why WAS he let in?
It is inconceivable that Campbell doesn't know what really happened to David Kelly, yet of course he won't spill the beans.Another reason not to buy the book. No wonder Kelly's death (not suicide) made Campbell depressed.

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