I post the text of that email below.
If you accept my viewpoint that Dr. Kelly's body was moved and that Dominic Grieve lied to the House of Commons then copy and paste the email below and send it to your Member of Parliament.
Better still, phone up and speak to him or her.
Even better, make an appointment to meet him or her to express your concerns.
Ask your MP to write to David Cameron expressing your concerns on this matter.
Ask your MP to ask a question of Dominic Grieve or of the Prime Minister.
Share the email with your friends and relatives. Ask them to contact their MPs.
Dominic Grieve has, in my opinion, lied to Parliament. He ought not to be able to continue as the United Kingdom's Attorney General.
Perhaps David Cameron will back him. Only a short time ago David Cameron had full confidence in Andy Coulson. Coulson didn't last long in his post after that.
Perhaps David Cameron will show good political sense and require Dominic Grieve to resign.
If you read the email and believe it to be true yet don't pass it on to others then you help to sustain a dishonest Attorney General in his post.
Dear Attorney General and Solicitor General,
I write in response to the statement made by the Attorney General in the House of Commons on 9th June 2011 regarding the death of Dr. David Kelly.
I invite the Attorney General to review the accuracy of his statement to the House of Commons and to consider whether he ought to tender his resignation to the Prime Minister.
I invite the Solicitor General also to consider his position.
It is not the purpose of this email to set out all the untruths put forward by the Attorney General in the House of Commons on 9th June 2011. I will communicate the evidence of those untruths to the Attorney General, to the Press and to others as time allows.
I focus in this email on a single issue. The evidence that Dr. Kelly's body was in two different positions.
1. Lord Hutton said that he saw a photograph showing David Kelly's head resting against the base of a tree at Harrowdown Hill.
2. Dr. Richard Shepherd said he had seen photographs showing the head of Dr. David Kelly at some distance from the base of the tree (Mr. Dave Bartlett had stood in the space between the base of the tree and Dr. Kelly's head).
3. You claim that Dr. Kelly's body was not moved.
If, as you indicated in your statement you rely on the Hutton Report and Dr. Shepherd's report then you must accept that there are photographs showing Dr. Kelly's body in two different positions.
Yet, falsely and illogically, you claim that the body hadn't been moved.
Attorney General, it seems to me that you premeditatedly misled the House of Commons on 9th June 2011.
The effect of your dishonesty is to conceal the murder of Dr. David Kelly.
I recognise that you may wish to "tough this out". That, of course, is your choice.
However I believe that your dishonesty is incompatible with your continuing to hold the office of Attorney General.
The political problems of your continuing to hold the office of Attorney General can only increase with time. In that context I am copying this email to David Cameron MP, Desmond Swayne MP as well as to Craig Oliver and Steve Field at Number 10.
A copy of this email will be placed online in a post on my "Chilcot's Cheating Us" blog at http://chilcotscheatingus.blogspot.com/ specifically at
I will also invite interested citizens of the UK to forward the content of this email to their Members of Parliament, both with a view to your apologising to the House of Commons for misleading the House but also so that, following your resignation, a more honest Attorney General may arrange for the much needed inquest into the suspicious death of Dr. David Kelly in Oxfordshire in 2003.
(Dr) Andrew Watt