Mr Baker, who has spent a year investigating the case, believes there is enough evidence to suggest that the scientist did not kill himself.Paranoid nonsense? Remember the wise words of Matthew Parris quoted on Norman's own website:
The Liberal Democrat MP said toxicology reports suggested there was not enough painkiller in Dr Kelly's system to kill him, and the method he had apparently chosen to commit suicide was not a recognised or effective one.
"I'm satisfied it was not suicide. And after that you're left with the conclusion that his life was deliberately taken by others," he tells The Conspiracy Files.
He tells the programme it has been suggested to him that the weapons scientist was assassinated.
Speaking last week on BBC Radio 5 Live, Mr Baker said he was not ready to reveal all the evidence he has unearthed, but would consider passing a file to the police in due course.
"You underestimate him at your peril... He has a habit of being right. He sticks to his guns and I think his constituents are very lucky to have him."Thanks to Iain Dale.