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Re: [casi] What we are up against in the US--the nyt spinn on bbc-kelly

--- wrote:
> >his Oxfordshire home, his left wrist slashed and a
> partly >empty package
> of painkillers nearby.
> How odd: if I was going to kill myself I can't think
> why I wouldn't have
> taken the entire package.
And why only slash his left wrist? People normally
slash both.
And they normally leave a note of some kind.
And they probably wouldn't walk out of the door
looking happy.

He is reported as walking in the same place every day.
It's isolated and nobody else is around. It makes it
very easy for any group that decided he knew too much.
He knew this would blow over with time, and that the
worst the government could do would be to fire him (?)
and he'd probably walk away with quite a lot of money
(the government would not want to have to fight a
legal battle)

The question is did he commit suicide or was he
murdered. If he was murdered, was it done by the
British gov., US gov., Israeli gov., or somebody else?

Odviously, we can't hope to prove this but we should
take appropriate precautions - primarily by ensuring
that no one person is too important. Anybody who is
should avoid being completely on their own and avoid
following a routine.
I wouldn't put anything past them.

Alun Harford

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