RESPONSE TO A COLUMN BY ANDREW MALONE IN THE DAILY MAIL
This is an excellent article, and the witness is totally convincing. Her knowledge of Dr. Kelly’s physical disabilities and the fact that she conveyed what she knew early in the investigation to British police are important tests of her believability.
I have long thought Kelly was murdered, the general nature of the situation in which he was found having only the most superficial plausibility, but the idea that agents of Tony Blair's government did it always seemed ridiculous.
It is difficult to imagine a more likely candidate than Israel's secret service.
First, the Iraq invasion was endangered by Dr. Kelly's expert knowledge and willingness to talk.
Second, he had demonstrated his willingness to talk in his BBC experience, something which generated frustrating and unsatisfactory results.
Third, we well know Israel assassinates those with whom it strongly disagrees regularly, and this has included other scientific figures, notably Canadian Gerald Bull, a world authority on big guns who had worked for Hussein.
Fourth, the Iraq invasion was not about oil nor was it about tyranny. It was about Israel and the perceived need by the American establishment to eliminate Israel’s most implacable foe.
Israel was the great beneficiary of the invasion.
Fifth, the method likely used resembles methods used by Mossad, as in its recent murder of Mahmoud al Mabhouh in Abu Dhabi, who was heavily restrained while being injected, with his room being set as though nothing out of the ordinary happened. There, great effort was made to make the event look natural. So too in the case of Yasser Arafat, who was likely poisoned by Israeli agents.