The recent post, The Death of Dr. David Kelly - Concealment of information on computers at his home, drew attention to the seeming incompleteness of available information from the computers at David Kelly's home.
However, another interesting aspect arises when the details of the circumstances are carefully considered.
The email from Terry Williams is timed at 18:13 on 18th July 2003.
That timing indicates that items (possibly not confined to the computers and associated items) were removed from Dr. Kelly's home on 18th July.
Apart from the brief (informal and/or unauthorised ?) search by Detective Sergeant Webb mentioned briefly in his oral evidence, I was under the impression that David Kelly's house was (first?) searched on Saturday 19th July 2003.
So far as I can ascertain there is a "search document" on the Hutton Inquiry web site only for the search on 19th July 2003: "Search document "Westfield" 19/07/03 - not for release - Police operational information TVP/3/0328 - 0368".
But none for the search conducted by Detective Sergeant Webb (and others?) on 18th July 2003.