A new aspect of the lengths to which Thames Valley Police will go to cover up what I believe to be the murder of Dr. David Kelly was revealed in a recent Decision Notice from the Information Commissioner.
The Information Commissioner on 15th February 2012 issued a Decision Notice in relation to a complaint regarding the failure of Thames Valley Police to answer a number of questions about the death of Dr. David Kelly.
The summary information has been published by the information Commissioner here: Decision notices – February 2012.
The full text of the Decision Notice is available here: View PDF of Decision Notice FS50418745. The link appears to oblige you to download a PDF file.
In an inital reading of the material I suspect that I am "Individual A" mentioned in Paragraph 19 of the Decision Notice.
Paragraph 15 of the Decision Notice implies that Thames Valley Police infiltrated a closed Facebook group intended to discuss the death of Dr. David Kelly.
So far as I'm aware the Thames Valley Police officer(s) and/or others who seemingly infiltrated the group did not disclose that they were acting on behalf of Thames Valley Police.
To the best of my knowledge there is no credible suggestion that the closed Facebook group was being used for any criminal purpose.
So the question arises as to why Thames Valley Police should act in such a way.
Surely it would have been a better use of Police time to give honest answers to legitimate questions.
But such is not Thames Valley Police's habit when the questions relate to the death of Dr. David Kelly.
Saturday, 25 February 2012
The Death of David Kelly - Information Commissioner Decision Notice FS50418745
Posted by Andrew Watt at 08:22
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