Wednesday, 20 July 2011

The death of Sean Hoare - "He would talk about someone from Government coming to get him"

Sean Hoare, it appears, was in fear for his life from some unspecified Government agency.

See Police say 'no-one else involved' in death of phone-hacking whistleblower who 'feared someone was out to get him'.

According to a neighbour, "He would talk about someone from the Government coming to get him".

Were those fears the unfounded paranoia of someone known to have had alcohol and drug problems?

Or could those fears have been well-founded?

Just because you're paranoid it doesn't mean they're not out to get you.

1 comment:

  1. Ah yes, "further" toxicological tests to be carried out,reports Sky News which it is hoped will solve the mystery. [c.f. Gareth Williams]. Er what mystery if it is "not thought to be suspicious"??

    Strange article by The Guardian which has the bizarre line:
    Police said the "log detailing response activity in relation to the incident shows clearly that the initial response to this incident was correct".

    Was Dr Kelly ever pinged?