Delo Comments on Blair's Situation after Kelly's Death

Ljubljana, 22 July - Only the most naive could believe that the death of British Defence Ministry advisor David Kelly is a consequence of unfortunate circumstances or his psychological lability. The scientist caught between the agressive media and an even more agressive cabinet of British PM Tony Blair perhaps really was not able to cope with the pressure. But in normal democratic states the death of a leading expert in such a sensitive area of late, such as biological and chemical weapons, cannot be attributed to psychological lability of an individual, the daily Delo writes on Tuesday.

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