Riddle of missing fingerprints on Dr David Kelly's 'overdose' pill packs | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED


Riddle of missing fingerprints on Dr David Kelly's 'overdose' pill packs

Three blister packs of the painkiller, each able to hold ten pills, were retrieved from Dr Kelly’s coat pocket when his body was found in woods near his home.

Only one tablet remained, leading his post mortem examination report to state he may have taken up to 29 pills.

Co-proxamol ingestion is listed as a cause of death on his death certificate.

But Thames Valley Police has now revealed that when it tested two of the blister packs for fingerprints there were ‘none recovered’.

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