Wednesday, March 21, 2012

new evidence on the bizarre nature of his death gives weight to the demands of his nephew to have the case reopened

Hilda Murrell was murdered in March 1984. Who killed her - and why - has already been the subject of books, plays and films, and the conviction of a man of his abduction and murder in 2005 could not answer many questions surrounding his death

The reasons for this ongoing research is detailed in a thorn in his side, a book which was launched this week to commemorate the 28th anniversary of his death. The author is a nephew of Hilda, Robert Green, who had a close relationship and who was a naval intelligence commander during the Falklands War. He called and reported the case thoroughly.

was not only a flight at random by one failed 16 years - that the police have - or was it an operation involving several people on behalf of a government agency, is ie security services

The book certainly can not answer this question, but raises serious and important about criminal investigations to date. Concerns accumulated creates a compelling argument for them to be reopened by an independent police force unrelated to the previous consultation or by a committee of independent research.

"nuclear disaster is both avoidable and unavoidable. Nuclear technologies have inherent risks and the consequences too great to be a reasonable option for energy production." The words are those of Rebecca Johnson, a former adviser to the Blix Commission on Weapons of Mass Destruction, written about the disaster of Fukushima earlier this month. In 1984, it was exactly the position of Hilda Murrell.

Murrell was a respected horticulturist: a rose was named after her shortly before she was murdered at the age of 78. He was a committed environmentalist and believes that the policy of nuclear power of Margaret Thatcher as totally bad. She began to campaign against him, the accumulation of high quality information on the risks of scientists and activists, and intend to give in person at the Sizewell B public consultation, where he was credited as witness. She was an exceptional voice and outspoken independent. The murder took place before he could be heard. The book reveals the threats cooling his nephew, his fears and surveillance that have informed the other before he died.

A central theme of his research was the hazardous nature of radioactive waste and the difficulty of its management. This still besets the nuclear industry, since the U.S. currently has a moratorium on building new reactors in some states. Murrell was also very aware of the disaster at Three Mile Island in 1979. His criticism has also embraced nuclear weapons.

While DNA shows that the condemned man was in the house of Hilda, a large number of evidentiary issues other than Rob Green, who has risen to the challenge in the manner of this murder . Although many of them are not new, most have not met in a format intelligible to date, and some were never presented in court proceedings.

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