This book by an ex-RN senior intelligence officer will be read very widely - many more times than Blair's 'A Journey' which I have not touched of course. As the 'vortex sucks for ever louder' we need to know that our country, our country, concealed the culprits in the murder of a fine 78 yr old lady, a very intelligent patriot, who was speaking cogently and with great vigour against the Sizewell B reactor.
Commander Robert Green has logged the many essential details and persisted in telling of the horrific murder of his dear aunt, and its cover up, in an excellent yet very disturbing book.
There are echoes between Hilda's story and that of Dr Kelly's 20 years later.
If there were not just a few, but thousands of thorns in the side of government, we might have law, justice, reason and humanity guiding our ship rather than a succession of scurvy crews.
I add that Robert Green and Kate have been very supportive of our efforts to get UK law observed in the unnatural death of Dr David Kelly. This campaign continues unabated.
For more information on the book, and how to buy it, click here.
For truth, reason and justice
A wide ranging interview which spoke for truth in the nation, and against the corruption at the top of government and in the tiers of power below. A possible reason for the likely assassination of Dr Kelly was stated. That is his possible knowledge about the incineration of the arms of Ali Abbas, his parents and ten relatives was most likely caused by a nuclear weapon. ** The most intense, short lived thermal or nuclear energy must have been the agent for such terrible injuries to Ali and his twelve relatives. A neutron shell as being the likely weapon was not mentioned in the interview but it is here.
Ms Georgia Hutchinson 22 November 2011
Secretary Committee on Standards in Public Life
1 Horse Guards Road
London SW1A 2HQ
Re: Mark Simmonds MP Boston and Skegness Corrupt practice
Dear Ms Hutchinson,
I have established via the ironically titled 'They Work for You' that this MP is getting £12,500 each quarter from Circle 'Healthcare'. I have studied Hansard to see if he had declared a conflict of interest where that would be appropriate and especially in any debate on the Health Bill brought forward by Mr Lansley. You will see in the attached text that he did not. The details of his receipt of monies is also recorded on the attachment. This is of course improper at the least and criminal at the worst. I know we have got used to corruption at the centre of our nation but I know righting that is a central function of the CPSL. The fact that his income from Circle Healthcare was declared in the register of interests does not absolve him. What other MPs and what citizens would know that he was earning £1,250 per hour for his 10 hours per quarter from Circle Healthcare when he stood to support the bill?
I thank the committee for considering this serious complaint.
For truth, reason and justice
David Halpin FRCS
You will know something about this man, his death and the lack of an inquest into it. A few of us doctors first voiced our concerns in January 2004. We did not believe the first cause of death - haemorrhage from a transected ulnar artery was feasible, or that suicide had been proved beyond reasonable doubt, or the intent to commit it. We saw that due process of law had been subverted. Instead of an inquest first and an inquiry into the political and media storm surrounding the death second, my Lord Falconer appointed my Lord Hutton on the same day Dr Kelly was found. That is while his body was still cooling. You will not be able to recall such alacrity in setting up any inquiry in the UK. Chilcot - announced 6 years + after the onset of Shock and Awe.
The 'inquest' that was subsumed into the Hutton Inquiry consumed only one half of one day, whereas the whole took twenty days. I could spend another 100 pages relating the omissions, the lies, the gross insufficiency in inquiry and more.
To cut a long story short, we engaged Leigh Day solicitors three years ago, with Frances Swaine in the lead and all working pro bono. Our colleague, Dr Michael Powers, was our barrister and also served pro bono. He has served as an assistant coroner and coronial law is one of his specialisms.