I know that some readers of this blog are familiar with Tom Mangold's silly hypothesis about how David Kelly could have been murdered.
The following video, Norman Baker MP on the Death of Dr David Kelly, includes an interview with Tom Mangold where he expounds his nonsense.
Seemingly unaware, from the evidence given to the Hutton Inquiry, that Ruth Absalom met David Kelly sometime around (or a little after) 15.00 on 17th July 2003, Tom Mangold postulates a kidnap of David Kelly from his home.
It's a nonsensical suggestion, if the evidence given by Ruth Absalom is truthful.
Having started with nonsense, Tom Mangold continues with more nonsense.
Mangold postulates that David Kelly is then carried physically to Harrowdown Hill.
Hasn't Mangold heard of vehicles? Transporting David Kelly in a vehicle is a much more credible mode of transport.
And, as a tour de force, Mangold then asserts that the "suicide" has been investigated by "seven" agencies: the local police, the county police, Scotland Yard, Special Branch, MI5, MI6 and the CIA.
How, for example, is the "local police" to be distinguished from the "county police"?
Mangold's assertion is bizarre and literally incredible.