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Kelly’s death was looked into not by a coroner’s inquest but by a judge, Lord Hutton, who was specially appointed by the government. This meant evidence could be given in secret and witnesses protected from cross examination. The verdict raised more questions than answers, leading several doctors to question the plausibility of the claim that Kelly had committed suicide. Part 2 of 3.
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