David Kelly suicide: Electrodes on chest 'unusual'
Heart experts today said it was 'unusual' for someone to wear electrode
pads while walking following revelations that David Kelly had four of
the special monitors on his chest when his body was found.
Dr Kelly - the BBC's source for a report claiming the government altered
the contents of a dossier about Iraq - had probably been wearing a 24-hour
electro-cardiogram recorder, also known as a Holter monitor, medical experts
it was odd that the pads that are connected to the device had not been
removed by doctors and were left attached to his chest, they said.