On or around 7th or 8th July 2003 a medical examination was carried out on Dr. David Kelly, prior to his anticipated departure to Iraq on 11th July 2003.
The Kelly family gave their permission for the medical report to be released to the Hutton Inquiry. See page 2 of Fax of letter from Peter Jacobsen to Juliet Wheldon & annexures, 07/08/2003.
And then, so far as I can ascertain, that contemporaneous medical report disappears. I can't identify it in the Ministry of Defence Evidence.
Nor can I identify any mention of it in the Hutton Report.
Am I overlooking it? Or has it, perhaps, been suppressed?
If, as seems likely, David Kelly was given a clean bill of health (presumably including psychological health) on or around 7th or 8th July 2003 it would pose huge problems for the "suicide hypothesis".
Is that why the most contemporaneous report of Dr. Kelly's health makes no appearance, so far as I can trace, in the Hutton Inquiry?
I can find no mention that this report was made available to Professor Hawton. If it was not made available to him that would seem to me to be highly irregular on the part of the Hutton Inquiry. If it was made available and Professor Hawton ignored it then the irregularity would seem to be on Professor Hawton's part.