David Kelly to Publish Germ-Warfare Expose, Before Mysterious Death

July 7, 2009

(ChattahBox)—Intrigue, murder, espionage, government cover-ups and deadly germ-warfare; the story of former British UN weapons inspector for Iraq, Dr. Kelly, has all the necessary ingredients for a blockbuster spy thriller and new revelations claim he was about to blow the lid off government secrets at the highest levels, right before his body was discovered in the woods near his home in 2003.

Dr. David Kelly, was a former British United Nations weapons inspector in Iraq, an expert in biological warfare and an official for Britain’s defense department. His dead body was found a mile from his home in 2003, in a wooded area known as Harrowdown Hill, his left wrist cut and his system filled with high levels of painkillers. His death was ruled a suicide, which has led to numerous theories of a government cover-up of murder.

Right before his death, Kelly was compelled to provide testimony before the House of Commons about a memo supporting the claim that Britain exaggerated Iraq’s weapons of mass destruction capabilities leading up to war.

The new revelations claim that Kelly was shopping his tell-all book to several publishers before his death, which revealed that he warned Prime Minister Tony Blair of the absence of Iraqi WMDs before the Iraq war and the shocking details of his own involvement in secret germ warfare with the apartheid regime in South Africa.

These new claims about Kelly come as a documentary, entitled “Anthrax War” is set to debut in England. The documentary examines Kelly’s role in the secret germ warfare offensive conducted in apartheid South Africa against its own black citizens.

The documentary also questions the worldwide, mysterious suicide deaths of five government germ warfare scientists, including Kelly, Russian Dr. Vladimir Pasechnik, and American Dr. Bruce Ivins. ‘‘The deeper you look into the murky world of governments and germ warfare, the more worrying it becomes,” said the director of the film, Bob Coen.

Kelly’s computers were confiscated after his death and officials have not disclosed if an expose manuscript was found on his hard drives or if investigators found evidence one existed.

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