Without access to all the evidence and without witness testimony under oath; debating the cause and circumstance of Dr Kelly's death is not the matter of importance and indeed may serve as a distraction from the correct path to unequivocally establishing the truth.
The point is that we still do not know what really happened with reasonable and correct certainty because the circumstances of Kelly's death were not correctly examined by Lord Hutton and yet his inquiry was used to supplant the process of the corners inquest, which was the correct mechanism but was not allowed to draw a conclusion.
Hutton usurped the inquest and then acted upon a prejudicial conclusion of suicide as though such a finding had already been correctly drawn. Lord Hutton certainly appears to have whitewash on his hands.
The people must demand nothing less than allowing a full coroner's inquest to draw a verdict. Continued denial of an inquest is most suspicious.