a reply to: micpsi
I try to maintain my claims inside the boundaries of the official investigations on the death of Princess Diana, that is all, there is no intention
from my side to deny or affirm any conspiracy theory.
I am pretty comprehensive to the fact that there are so many factors in this death that do Not match well with respect to what one can expect to see
in an accident, but for instance the official report says that the driver was drunk, and I think that must be mentioned.
To claim that his level of alcohol caused the accident is something entirely different, it may have a weight on his reactions by sure but of course
something happened inside that tunnel that looks abnormal. The mystery even goes beyond the responsibility of the paparazzis in the race for taken
photos, the role of the white car that was driven in front of the limousine was never fully and satisfactorily explained.
I am also aware that Mohammed Alfayed along years have claimed that the death of his son, who was the boyfriend of Lady Diana was not an accident,
even he has supported the theory that there was a car that closed the advance of the limousine in which the Princess was, that witnesses gave that
information to him, as well, as that what it was heard by them was like an explosion occurring inside the tunnel, suggesting that also a bomb might be
connected with this accident.
Also there are the claims of the former Libyan leader Muammar Khadafi who soon reacted saying that the death was assassination and was part of an
international plot to prevent the entering of a muslim man into the royal family.
Finally we also mention that further investigations carried out by the British Secret service, including Scotland yard, even when the case was already
closed in court as an accident, found a possible terrorist attack carried out by arms dealers irritated by the campaign of Princess Diana against the
trade of mines.
It is fair to mention this, I don't think is correct to direct all the suspicions on this tragic death in only one direction, after all Diana was
already divorced in good terms with her former husband, the Prince of Wales.
Thanks for your comments, I am not against to discuss more interesting theories that concerns to the causes of this so mysterious death, it was just
that I considered inappropriate to focus all the attention of the discussion in the thread just around the circumstances of her death, she was an icon
of the 1980s and 1990s, her influence in the public life was several times more important, she left back a giant legacy.
The Angel of LIghtness
edit on 9/5/2017 by The angel of light because: (no reason given)