The full statement made by Lord Hutton is easily accessed online here: Dr Kelly evidence: Lord Hutton statement in full.
The important element of that statement about which I have concluded that Lord Hutton is lying is as follows:
The inquiry which I conducted was open and public. It was very widely reported in the media and all the evidence appeared on the inquiry website which is still available to view.
Note that Lord Hutton asserts that "all the evidence" appears on the Hutton Inquiry web site.
It's not true, so fas as I can ascertain, and I have spent quite some time looking for it on the Hutton Inquiry web site.
The following documents that relate to oral evidence given by Mr Roy Green, Forensic Biologist, are missing:
1. Any signed statement or report by the Forensic Biologist, Roy Green, who gave oral evidence of his findings at the scene where Dr. Kelly's body was found.
2. The spreadsheet of 50 or so test results to which he referred in his oral evidence to the Hutton Inquiry.
3. The final report on the 50 or so laboratory tests that he carried out.
Why is Mr Green's evidence important?
Mr Green's evidence, if complete and competently carried out, should shed light on basic questions which relate to whether Dr. Kelly was killed at the scene where his body was found or whether there was evidence that he may have been killed elsewhere.
It should also, I would anticipate, provide clarification as to whether stains and other marks are indeed blood, whether they are human blood and whether all of the blood is Dr. Kelly's blood.
Without such evidence one is left with conjecture.
I do not view conjecture as an appropriate basis for Lord Hutton, or anyone else, to arrive at a definitive conclusion as to how Dr. David Kelly died.
I have written to the Ministry of Justice asking that the Hutton Inquiry web site be updated with the missing report(s) and have suggested that Lord Hutton be asked to issue a corrected statement.