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Doctors take battle for inquest into Dr Kelly’s death to the High Court

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Daily Mail
Saturday, September 4, 2010

Six reputed doctors are due to go to the High Court next week as they battle to force an inquest into the death of Dr David Kelly.

The group is arguing that there is insufficient medical evidence to prove the Government weapons inspector committed suicide.

They want Attorney General, Dominic Grieve, to open a new inquest, claiming the files into his death have not been discussed publicly and that it is an unusual step not to have one.

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It comes just days after Mr Grieve, QC, made a dramatic U-turn and ordered the secret files containing medical reports and post mortem notes over Dr Kelly’s death.

However, Mr Grieve – the only person with the authority to ask the High Court to order a new inquest – has said he could not order a probe without sufficient evidence to justify holding a fresh investigation.

Campaigners say Dr Kelly could not have taken his life by cutting a small artery in his wrist, which was the verdict reached by the Hutton Inquiry set up by then prime minister Tony Blair in 2003.

This article was posted: Saturday, September 4, 2010 at 4:45 am





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