‘There’s been a lot of supposition about the death of Dr David Kelly, but nobody as far as I know has come forward stating they were actually working with him on a private project up until three days prior to his demise. And I was.’
11 years on from publishing his autobiography, ‘If You’re Not In Bed By 10, Come Home’, Araglin resident Martin Bengtsson is preparing to re-launch the book with a tell-all chapter on the death of renowned British scientist Dr David Kelly, whose apparent suicide was the subject of the Hutton Inquiry in 2003.
Dr Kelly was a biological warfare expert and former UN weapons inspector in Iraq, working with the Minister of Defence when was found dead in a woods near …
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