Following my last post I can now confirm that the report of forensic pathologist Dr Hunt dated 25 July 2003 is now on line and can be viewed here. I have only skimmed through it and will not comment at length about it in this post.
The conclusions made by Dr Hunt from my quick reading seem to be largely what we already knew. An area of interest to the medical profession will I'm sure be the more detailed description of the distribution of blood, it appears that even Dr Kelly's cap wasn't immune from blood!
Two very quick points I've noted are the fact that not only was the rectal temperature taken very late in his examination at 19.15 hours, a fact already in the public domain, but it seems that it wasn't until about 17.30 that he was noting rigor mortis. Extraordinary in my opinion.
On page 1 of his statement we have Dr Hunt saying: "He was apparently seen heading for a walk at approximately 15.00 hours on the 17th July 2003. He was subsequently seen at 15.30 hours walking northwards. That I understand was the last known sighting of him (at this stage)." When one looks at the Hutton Inquiry transcripts this statement by Dr Hunt with its timings is very interesting indeed!
UPDATE: Included with this post should have been a link to the toxicologists report. It is here.