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How Diana Died: The Conspiracy Files

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Do you believe Princess Diana was assassinated?
Yes, no doubt about it, the evidence proves this is very likely.
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No, I believe what the UK, French governments and intelligence services tell us and despite CIA having other info to say it was planned. Either way I can wait 200 years for French intelligence to declassify it all.
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PostMon Dec 25, 2006 8:17 pm  Reply with quote  

i predicted her death - - - 9 days before the event.
told my friends that in 10 days she would die- - - they thought i was nuts- - - - - after that they -looked at me differently.
i know what you're thinking - - but no- - i'm a no-body and thats how i'll stay- - - thanks!
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The Queen PostSun Feb 11, 2007 9:59 pm  Reply with quote  

I recently saw the new movie, The Queen, starring Helen Mirren. It's worth a view, and highlights how out of touch the monarchy is with the people. It also shows what a total lapdog Blair is. The British people really missed an opportunity to cast off the monarchy after Diana died, likewise, the film wussed out at the end, portraying Elizabeth as a loyal, albeit stodgy monarch.
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PostWed Feb 14, 2007 1:04 pm  Reply with quote  

Thanks for sharing that with us spiritwolf, feel free to vote as you want people or it isnt a democracy hah.
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Here Comes the Anti-Christ PostSat Feb 17, 2007 5:22 pm  Reply with quote  

Report: Prince Harry Heading to Iraq

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PostSun Mar 04, 2007 1:49 pm  Reply with quote  

Gangsters and Nazis killed my son, says Fayed

Jason Bennetto
London Independent
Saturday, March 3, 2007

The controversy around the death of Diana, Princess of Wales, and her lover, Dodi al Fayed, reignited yesterday after a High Court ruled that a jury must decide if the couple's fatal road crash was an accident or foul play.

The decision marked a victory for Mohamed al-Fayed, the Harrods owner, who successfully challenged the decision by the deputy royal coroner, Baroness Butler-Sloss, to conduct the inquest on her own.

In an outburst on the steps of the Royal Courts of Justice, Mr Fayed said the country was "ruled by donkeys", adding: "They are gangsters and murderers and Nazi bastards who killed my son."

Three High Court judges ordered Lady Butler-Sloss, to empanel a jury after ruling that she acted unlawfully. The senior judges also referred to reported similarities between the treatment by the paparazzi of Kate Middleton, Prince William's girlfriend, and Diana. A jury was the appropriate body to make recommendations for changes to the law to stop similar harassment of royalty and celebrities in the future, the judges said.

The inquest, due to start in May, could lead to a jury recommending legislation to curb "hot pursuits" by paparazzi photographers.

The High Court decision is the latest episode in the saga surrounding the deaths of Diana, 36, and Dodi Fayed, 42. The couple died when their Mercedes crashed in the Pont de l'Alma tunnel in Paris in 1997 as they sped away from pursuing paparazzi after leaving the Ritz Hotel for Mr Fayed's apartment.

A three-year inquiry, led by Lord John Stevens, the former head of the Metropolitan Police, found no evidence of a conspiracy to murder the couple. The inquiry report said chauffeur Henri Paul, who also died, was speeding and over the legal drink-drive limit.

The High Court judges yesterday sought to distance the inquest from the Royal Family to ensure there would be no appearance of bias. They stressed severing the royal connection was necessary because the inquest might consider allegations made by Mr Fayed that the Duke of Edinburgh and "the establishment" had plotted the deaths of Dodi and the princess.

Mr Fayed has alleged the plot was motivated by fears that Diana was having a child with his son - although Lord Steven's investigation established that she was not pregnant.

Later Mr Fayed said: "Diana was the people's princess. The people must be allowed to hear all the evidence and then, and only then, decide how she died, why she died and who ordered her murder."

The High Court judges, Lady Justice Smith, sitting with Mr Justice Collins and Mr Justice Silber, rejected calls for the coroner to stand down from the case altogether. Instead they directed that Lady Butler-Sloss should not preside over the inquest in her role as deputy coroner of the Queen's Household. As a result, Dr Paul Knapman, coroner for Westminster, is to accept jurisdiction for the inquests and appoint Lady Butler-Sloss as his assistant deputy coroner to hear the case.

Princes William and Harry have written to the coroner to say they wish the inquest to be prompt, fair and transparent.
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Father Of Diana's Beau: Charles And Philip Ordered The Murder

London Evening Standard
Saturday, March 3, 2007

Mohamed Al Fayed has vowed to make Prince Charles and Prince Philip give evidence at the inquest on Princess Diana.

The Harrods tycoon spoke out after the High Court dramatically backed his demand for the inquest to be heard by a jury.

He declared: "I want Charles and Philip together in court. These are the people who ordered the murder."

Three judges overturned deputy royal coroner Baroness Butler-Sloss's decision to sit alone to determine how the Princess and Mr Fayed's son Dodi died.

Now Mr Fayed will fight to have the two princes and members of MI6 called as witnesses in his bid to prove the couple were killed in an Establishment conspiracy.

He said: "Diana was the people's princess. The people must be allowed to hear all the evidence and then, and only then, decide how she died, why she died and who ordered her murder."

Lady Butler-Sloss, until her retirement Britain's most senior woman judge, decided in January that she would rule over the joint inquests alone in her capacity as deputy coroner of the Royal Household.

She said it would be "an almost impossible task" for a jury.

But in a firmly-worded rebuke three High Court judges overruled her, telling her she must sit with a jury.

They cited the legal obligation for a jury to be called for reasons of public safety if it was possible the circumstances of a death could recur.

The judges pointed to similarities between photographers' pursuit of Diana in Paris and the recent "hounding" of her son William's girlfriend Kate Middleton.

They also said Lady Butler-Sloss must not sit as deputy royal coroner, saying it could make her appear biased to the public worldwide.

Officials last night dismissed reports that the former judge would stand down as a result of yesterday's ruling.

That would plunge the much-delayed hearing, due to take place May, into a new crisis and prolong the agony for Prince William and Prince Harry.

Peter Farr, from the Office of the Lord Chief Justice, said there was "no question" of Lady Butler-Sloss pulling out and that she would go ahead with a scheduled pre-inquest hearing on Monday.

But there may still be a delay if she rejects Mr Fayed's demand for members of the royal family and the security services to be called as witnesses - and he launches another appeal.

Princes William and Harry made no comment on yesterday's ruling, insisting it was a matter for the courts.

But Clarence House referred to a letter given to Lady Butler-Sloss in January in which the princes said the inquest into their mother's death should not only be "open, fair and transparent but that it should move quickly to a conclusion".

It is now almost a decade since Diana, 36, and Dodi, 42, died when their Mercedes crashed in the Pont de l'Alma underpass as they sped away from pursuing paparazzi.

A three-year inquiry, led by former Metropolitan Police chief Lord Stevens, recently concluded it was a tragic accident because driver Henri Paul was drunk and driving too fast.

But Mr Fayed has been implacable in his insistence that Prince Philip "masterminded" the couple's death. He says Dodi and Diana planned to marry, but the British establishment could not accept the prospect of the mother of a future king marrying a Muslim.

Friends of Diana, however, have emphatically denied any such wedding plans.

At his High Court appeal last month, Mr Fayed's lawyers argued that Lady Butler-Sloss had acted unlawfully by deciding to sit alone and said an inquest without a jury would "lack independence".

The Queen's lawyers agreed that the full inquest should be heard by a jury.

Yesterday Lady Justice Smith, sitting with Mr Justice Collins and Mr Justice Silber, said the coroner was obliged under the 1988 Coroners Act to summon a jury if there was reason to suspect a death occurred in circumstances "the continuance or possible recurrence of which, is prejudicial to the health or safety of the public".

A jury could make recommendations that might end the danger posed to royals, celebrities and members of the public from pursuing paparazzi.

The judges said: "It is likely that there will be a recurrence of the type of event in which the paparazzi on wheels pursued the princess and Dodi al Fayed.

"In our view, occurrences such as this are prejudicial to the safety of a section of the public. It is possible that this danger could be prevented by legislation or other means."

The judges said a jury was also important because Prince Philip was being accused of "masterminding" the deaths.

They said: "In order that there should be public confidence in the outcome of the inquest, a jury should be summoned in cases where the state, by its agents, may have had some responsibility for the death.

"The allegation is that agents of the state have been involved in the deaths.

"If, when Lady Butler-Sloss determines the scope of the inquests, she decides that Mr al Fayed's allegations must be inquired into, the possible role of state agents would be an important consideration material to her discretionary decision whether to summon a jury.

"Indeed, we think that that consideration might well be determinative in favour of a jury."

The judges also accepted Mr Fayed's argument that it would comprise Lady Butler-Sloss's independence and impartiality if she presided over the inquest as a royal coroner.

They agreed that her decision was "flawed" and she should have "considered the impression that the title might make on the worldwide public.

"It might look to them as though the coroner is on the side of the Royal family."

Westminster Coroner Dr Paul Knapman later accepted jurisdiction for the inquests.

He will appoint Lady Butler-Sloss as assistant deputy coroner to enable her to hold the hearing at the Royal Courts of Justice.
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PostSun Mar 04, 2007 1:52 pm  Reply with quote  

When will the Nazi establishment ever be held accountable for real?!
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The lies continue - coverup remains prevalent PostTue Nov 13, 2007 7:58 pm  Reply with quote  

Diana Inquest: It's A Farce

Mark Reynolds
UK Daily Express
Monday November 12, 2007

THE inquest into Princess Diana’s death is set to descend into farce as two French experts with vital information will be shielded from giving evidence.

Last night’s revelation will outrage those who believe the French authorities are sabotaging the £10million inquest a decade after Diana and lover Dodi died in a high-speed car crash in Paris.

They did not compel paparazzi witnesses to give evidence by video-link.

Now it seems unlikely they will act to ensure the inquest jury hears evidence in person from forensic pathologists Dominique Lecomte and Dr Gilbert Pepin.

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Lecomte conducted the post-mortem on driver Henri Paul, while Pepin tested his blood.

Their findings – that Henri Paul was drunk – are central to the theory that the crash was no more than a tragic accident.

A legal source close to the inquiry said last night: “We face the probability that the most important forensic experts will avoid giving evidence.



__The lies continue - coverup remains prevalent
On TV and in mainstream corp controlled media that now only accounts for 48% - 54% while most people now use the net for alternative media or other controlled sources.

Still over 70% of the UK populace believe princess Diana was Assassinated according to independent polls. Stupid TV show presenters shunning the call for a truthful open inquest as "conspiracy theories" they feed off it, they want the programming to continue to keep conditioning themsevles as well as you into laughing at words the elite dislike such as truth and conspiracy.
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