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Princess Diana: The Case Reviewed

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posted on Jul, 8 2009 @ 03:19 PM
Hello Ladies and Gentlemen and welcome back to the sixth installment to the Case reviewed. In this case review we will delving deep into the death of Princess Diana. Was it murder? or was it an accident?

And without Further wait, I present you with:

Princess Diana: The Case Reviewed

British royalty. Born Diana Spencer on July 1st, 1961, near Sandringham, England. Diana, Princess of Wales, was one of the most adored members of the British royal family. She was the daughter of Edward John Spencer, Viscount Althorp, and Frances Ruth Burke Roche, Viscountess Althorp (later known as the Honorable Frances Shand Kydd). Her parents divorced when Diana was young, and her father won custody of her and her siblings. She was educated first at Riddlesworth Hall and then went to boarding school at West Heath School.

Unfortunately, the fairy tale wedding of Princess Diana and Prince Charles did not lead to a happily-ever-after marriage. The two became estranged over the years, and there were reports of infidelities from both parties. During their union, Diana struggled with depression and bulimia. The couple's separation was announced in December 1992 by British Prime Minister John Major, who read a statement from the royal family to the House of Commons. The divorce was finalized in 1996.

Even after the divorce, Diana maintained a high level of popularity. She devoted herself to her sons and to such charitable efforts as the battle against the use of land mines. Diana used her international celebrity to help raise awareness about this issue. She also continued to experience the negative aspects of fame her 1997 romance with Egyptian film producer and playboy Dodi Al-Fayed caused quite a stir and created a media frenzy. While visiting Paris, the couple was involved in a car crash after trying to escape from the paparazzi on the night of August 30, 1997.

Princess Diana (1961–1997), was the young and beautiful princess who wanted the life of love and peace. Yet, the life that she sought ended her life. But the question was: Was her death and accident? or was it murder by the Royal Family?

Princess Diana lived a life of charity and the search for love. Yet, she would be immortalized forever, not only for her works in life, but her death that led to many strange investigations. Opened. Closed. And then Reopened? Interesting. Its time to investigate the death of Diana.

Timeline/The Scene of the Crime

Timeline provided by: BBC News Investigation. Diana Timeline.

At 1:00 p.m Dodi Al Fayed and Princess Diana board a private jet at Olbia airport, Sardinia, to take them to Paris, where they plan to stay one night. Diana is due to return to London the next morning.

A little after 3:00 P.M. The two arrive at Le Bourget airfield, Paris, and are met by Henri Paul, deputy head of security at the Ritz Hotel. French paparazzi, tipped off by their Sardinian colleagues, also await the couple. Mr Al Fayed is stressed by their presence and tells their driver to lose them. Al Fayed being nervous is important and must be remembered. He told his driver to lose them... interesting huh?

At 4:00 p.m. The couple enter the Ritz.

Around 6:00 p.m. Mr Al Fayed, accompanied by bodyguards, picks up a ring he has ordered from Repossi's jewellers just outside the Ritz.

Around 7:00 p.m. The princess and Mr Al Fayed go back to his apartment just off the Champs Elysées. They take the back exit to escape the paparazzi.

7:05 p.m. Mr Paul leaves the Ritz, telling his colleagues to call him if the couple return to the hotel.

9:30 p.m. Mr Al Fayed's plans to take the princess for a romantic dinner are ruined as the couple are followed by paparazzi. Mr Al Fayed decides they should return to the Ritz. They are followed by some 30 photographers.

9:55 p.m. Security at the Ritz call Mr Paul and tell him the couple have returned.

10:00 p.m. The couple enter the hotel restaurant to dine, but leave after 10 minutes. Princess Diana is reportedly visibly upset over the stress of the day. The couple dine in the Imperial Suite instead.

10:01 p.m. Mr Paul arrives back at the Ritz in his Austin Cooper. He then joins bodyguards Kez Wingfield and Trever Rees-Jones in the Vendome bar at the Ritz. The three make small talk whilst they wait for Princess Diana and Mr Al Fayed to finish their meal in the Imperial Suite. Mr Paul consumes two Ricard, an aniseed-flavoured pastis.

11:00 p.m. Mr Paul is seen speaking to paparazzi outside the hotel. According to photographers, he is acting bizarrely and overly jovial, telling the press that the couple will soon depart.

11:37 p.m. Mr Paul speaks with Mr Al Fayed and Princess Diana in the Imperial Suite. The couple are going to return to Mr Al Fayed's apartment off of the Champs Elysées. Mr Paul exits and tells bodyguards Mr Wingfield and Mr Rees-Jones that a decoy plan has been hatched to escape the paparazzi. The two cars the couple had been using that day, a Mercedes and a Range Rover, are to leave from the front of the hotel with the bodyguards. Princess Diana and Mr Al Fayed will leave from the back in an unmarked car, driven by Mr Paul. Mr Wingfield and Mr Rees-Jones express concern that under this plan there is no protection for the couple. Mr Al Fayed agrees to allow one bodyguard to travel with him and the Princess.

12:19 a.m. Mr Paul and the couple chat as they wait for their car to be driven to the rear of the Ritz.

12:20 a.m. The car now ready, Mr Rees-Jones escorts Princess Diana to the waiting Mercedes. She sits on the rear passenger side. Mr Al Fayed joins her on the rear driver's side. Paparazzi take photos of the couple as they enter the car. They depart abruptly, heading toward Place de la Concorde.

12:25 a.m. The Mercedes crashes into the 13th pillar of the Alma tunnel, killing Mr Paul and Mr Al Fayed. Mr Rees-Jones and the princess are seriously injured. Photographer Romuald Rat arrives within seconds - he is the first on the scene.

12:26 a.m. First call to the authorities. Emergency doctor Frédéric Mailliez is driving by when he sees the crashed Mercedes. He is the first doctor on the scene and calls for help.

12:28 a.m-1:32 a.m. First two police officers arrive. They have difficulty cordoning off the accident from gathering paparazzi.

12:32 a.m. Fire engine and ambulance arrive. Eight paparazzi are arrested at the accident scene and taken in for questioning.

1:25 a.m. After nearly an hour, Princess Diana's ambulance leaves for hospital. She has already suffered a cardiac arrest.

1:30 a.m. Mr Al Fayed is pronounced dead.

1:55 a.m. Princess Diana's ambulance stops for five minutes to inject adrenaline into her body.

2:06 a.m. The ambulance arrives at Pitié-Salpétrière Hospital. Doctors note that she has torn her pulmonary vein, a rare condition that begs little chance of survival. She receives open heart massage for nearly two hours.

4:00 a.m. Princess Diana is declared dead LINK

Now that we have the timeline and the way of her death out of the way. We must reinvestigate the crime in as much detail as possible. What happened to Diana and Fayed?

The Witnesses

Eyewitness Francois Levistre tells The Times that he saw a "flash of light" just before the Mercedes crashed. His testimony will ignite conspiracies that Princess Diana was killed.

A flash of light. Remember this.

Two witnesses, Georges and Sabine D, tell French police that they saw a suspicious car coming out of the Alma tunnel on the night of the accident. "A white Fiat zigzagged as it came out of the tunnel, so much so that it almost hit us," says Georges. "The driver seemed to be perturbed by something in his rear-view mirror. He was transfixed by whatever he was looking at." The car had a big dog in the back, they claim. Based on their recollection of the number plate, they thought the Fiat was most likely from one of two suburbs west of Paris.

Interesting, because eventually they would say this:

French police interview Le Van Thanh, a Vietnamese security guard with a Fiat Uno and three dogs. Although forensic tests confirm that the paint and rubber on his car match the traces found on the Mercedes, the French police rule him out. An official report says his car shows no signs of having been damaged in an accident.

and this:

Private detectives working for Mr Al Fayed claim to have found the "mystery" Fiat Uno. It belongs to paparazzi photographer James Andanson.

huh? How can two different dectectives come up with two different vehicles that seem to match the witnesses description? One had a big dog in the back and one is owned by a paparzzi photographer. Interesting isn't it.

Now one of the most oddest and craziest things happened. Which brings us to:

posted on Jul, 8 2009 @ 03:19 PM

Strange Happenings...

Mr Al Fayed pushes for a second blood test after alleging that the first was possibly contaminated. Judge Stéphan is present and the procedure is photographed. This blood test reveals not only a similar level of alcohol in his blood, it also reveals traces of prescribed drugs: Prozac, to treat depression, and Tiapridal, which counters alcohol dependency.

Blood tests taken from the groin show a lower level of carbon monoxide at 12.8%. But these figures are not released to the public until early 1998, when they spark fresh controversy.

Why is evidence being held longer than usual?

Sole survivor of the crash, bodyguard Mr Rees-Jones, says he is suffering from amnesia and cannot remember details of the accident.

How convenient... Yet it Amnesia does happen. So we cannot say that he is part of the conspiracy even though it seems a little good to be true. It is HIGHLY possible with the crash the way it was that he did indeed suffer from Amnesia.

Francois Levistre, who claimed to have seen a motorcycle cut up the Mercedes before it crashed, changes his story. Ignoring his past claims that a "massive" flash that could have blinded Mr Paul, he tells Sunday People that he might have caused the crash that killed the princess by swerving in front of her car.

Why would someone change their story after a year of telling the same one? Why all of a sudden change it.... Perhaps it had to deal with this so called "flash"?

This is where it gets bizzare.

On the 29 of August 1997 a man by the name of Richard Tomlinson asks to be heard by a judge. Mr. Tomlinson is a fomer British Spy, who wants to reveal something that triggered a memory. Something that was only one word: Flash.

Mr Tomlinson tells the British tabloid The People of an alleged MI6 plot to kill Serbian President Slobodan Milosevic that included a bright flash and a tunnel. He said that Princess Diana's accident mirrored this plot, suggesting that Mr Paul might have been a secret service agent.

Judge Stéphan's official French report on the crash concluded that due to Mr Pauls excessive speed and since he was under the influence of both prescription drugs and alcohol, that he was the reason the crash happened. He also released the photographs and charged no one with manslaughter.

Mr Al Fayed claims that Prince Philip "masterminded" the car crash that killed Princess Diana and his son Dodi Al Fayed. High Court in London rejects Mohamed Al Fayed's legal bid to hold joint inquests into the deaths of the princess and his son. Mohamed Al Fayed tells US programme "Primetime" that Princess Diana phoned him on the night she died to tell him she was pregnant with Dodi's baby.

Through his fighting he was able to start an inquest by the Royal Coroner Mr Burgess. However, Mr. Burgess stated that he had to large of a workload and resigned, this then named Dame Elizabeth Butler-Sloss as the new cornor. The inquest did not find that niether Diana nor Dodi were murdered, but that they were unlawfully killed by Mr Paul. Inquest results

but what about the Fiat? What about the paparazzi? Why did they throw out all of this?

Before we move on lets investigate what happened preceeding the events of her death. Lets see what was going on.

Princess Diana's Past/Motive by the Royal Family

On the day of July 29, 1981 Princess Diana and Prince Charles married. Crowds of 600,000 people filled the streets of London, just to see this historic event of Princess Diana and Prince Charles wedding.

In less than a year the couple produced their first child, William, on 21 June 1982.

A second son, Prince Harry, was born on 15 September 1984.

By that time Prince Charles' long-running relationship with Camilla Parker-Bowles was putting strain on his marriage.

Princess Diana's relationship with the rest of the Royal Family deteriorated and she developed bulimia.

The couple separated in 1993.

Diana spoke publicly about her problems and her own and her husband's infidelities in a Panorama documentary in November 1995.

The marriage formally ended with a decree absolute in August 1996.

Diana was killed in a car crash in 1997.

Prince Charles and Camilla Parker-Bowles married on 9 April 2005.

As we have read Prince Charles was cheating on Diana with Camilla Parker. This strained the marriage greatly. And in a brief and easy analysis Princess Diana lost her love. After the death of Princess Diana, various assorted camera crews stood assembled outside the Ritz Hotel in London, where Diana last stayed. Prince Charles was finally "coming out" with his mistress Camilla Parker-Bowles on his arm, and the London media had been primed in advance about the photo opportunity. I suppose grief does not last long….

But before Diana died it was known that her and Dodi were romatically involved after the Prince decided to go and run around with Camilla. This man would be the one that Diana needed, the one that would love her unconditionally and be hers...

She was still so young, so full of vitality and a lust for life. Certainly the princess worked hard, but she was also a woman with erotic needs, with an inclination for love and passion. Diana longed for a male shoulder to lean on. At 36 life was not yet over, completely the opposite is true - the divorced princess had the feeling that hers would now properly begin. For Diana getting acquainted with men was always a great problem, and acquiring trust was an ever greater one. Yet in the summer of 1997 the princess tossed her cares aside and once again fell head over heels in love. She gave herself over completely to this wonderful feeling of being in love. This time Diana hoped that he would be the right one. Her choice was called Dodi Al-Fayed.

Howevr, what is the motive to this story? Could the motive have been jealousy? But of what?

One time the princess even approached the photographers and said to them: "I have a huge surprise for you! You just have to wait a little..." Even though the curiosity of the photographers had been greatly awoken, she didn't betray any more information

At the same time England wondered why Diana had a round belly in the photos when wearing her swimming costume. She couldn't be expecting a baby? Was that perhaps the great surprise that she soon wanted to announce? The speculations came thick and fast.

A baby. Is their another source to confirm this? Their is!

According to Al Fayed: Diana had told him she was pregnant, and the couple were engaged. But was he the only one who stated this? Surprising not. Apparently a senior police source in France was reported saying Diana had been pregnant. Before Al Fayed came up with these claims. But is their more evidence? and more motive? Indeed their is lets look further into the evidence...

The Evidence

1) According to many who were around Diana she would briefly mention that she was going to be killed. A personal recount from an old friend of Diana is quoted as saying:

“She was convinced she was going to be killed,” says Diana’s old friend, Argentinean businessman Roberto Deverik, who recalls Diana often speaking of murderous plots against her.

“She said, ‘When it's not convenient anymore, I will-- they will blow me in a car or in a helicopter.’"

2) Princess Diana left a note, one note in particular that is in question, that was blacked out when aired on tv, due to the ramifictions.

This past January, The London Mirror reported that just months before her death, she had written a note saying, “My husband is planning an accident in my car – brake failure and serious injury.”

And more fears, the list continues:

Diana's divorce lawyer, Lord Mishcon, wrote a note in October 1995 outlining her fears that there was a plot to kill her in a car crash. Lord Mishcon passed this to police after the crash

But it was only after the princess's ex-butler, Paul Burrell, produced a note from the princess making similar allegations in the Daily Mirror in October 2003 that the Metropolitan Police agreed to hand over the note to the inquest

Evidence continued below.

posted on Jul, 8 2009 @ 03:20 PM
3) Mr. Paul, the driver has a lot of speculation around him, especially since their was an unknown source of income, that ranged from being more than a bodygurad.

Paul, the driver who was also chief of security for Mohamed Al Fayed’s Ritz Hotel. We found documents that reveal a number of significant bank deposits in French francs made by Paul, beginning nine months before the crash.

French investigators were unable to pinpoint the exact source of the mysterious money, but the dossier reveals that they searched Paul’s home and office, interviewed his friends and associates, and analyzed his phone records. They found no evidence of a conspiracy – even though there was a theory that Paul was a security services informant.

4) Mr. Tomlinson a secret spy stated that their was a plot to kill another leader of another country through the use of a bright flash

5) The Flash scenario was breifly mentioned in the photographers very first testimony. That when Mercedes entered the tunnel a bright flash appeared and it was over.

6) The car was a replacement because the correct car, would not start for some mysterious reason.

LONDON - The car in the crash that killed Princess Diana in Paris was a last- minute replacement either meant as a media diversion or because the vehicle she was supposed to take failed to start, according to British government documents released Tuesday.

The papers, released by the Cabinet Office under the Freedom of Information Act, detailed correspondence between the government and British officials in France in the days after the Aug. 31, 1997, high-speed crash that killed Diana, her boyfriend Dodi Fayed and the driver Henri Paul.

A memo sent to Prime Minister Tony Blair on the day of Diana's death claimed the couple was "immediately subject to media attention" as they arrived at the Ritz Hotel on the evening of Aug. 30 and were surrounded by journalists as they left early the next morning.

"They tried to leave quickly but the first car failed to start," states the document, whose author is not revealed.

A second document sent to then-Foreign Secretary Robin Cook and signed Jay — believed to be Michael Jay, Britain's ambassador to France at the time — made the same allegation. "Because apparently their getaway car failed to start they got into another nearby car driven by a Ritz driver," it said.

7) In an article produced by the Daily Mail, it stated the following.

The Princess Diana inquest jury was ordered yesterday to consider whether French scientists faked controversial test results showing driver Henri Paul was drunk.
Lord Justice Scott Baker, the coroner, pointed to doubts over the reliability of the results used to blame Mr Paul for the crash that killed Diana and her lover Dodi Fayed.

And he warned: "Did the wrong samples just happen to get into the bottles for which alcohol was tested or was there some other mix-up, accidental or deliberate? That is something you will have to decide."

The coroner had to halt his summing up yesterday after the French sent him an email about blood samples from the body of Mr Paul, acting security manager at the Ritz Hotel in Paris. ... A French investigation into the couple's deaths blamed Mr Paul, arguing that he was driving too fast while high on a cocktail of drink and prescription drugs when he crashed their Mercedes in the Alma underpass in Paris on August 31 1997.

The authorities reached their conclusion after tests on blood and other samples from his body appeared to show that he was three times over the French drink-drive limit.

But Dodi's father, Mohamed Al Fayed, has always believed that the samples were faked or switched, pointing to question marks over the labelling of vials of blood, missing samples and doubts over DNA tests.

The coroner ... pointed to evidence that Mr Paul had definitely drunk two 5cl shots of Ricard "the equivalent of four single whiskies" in the Ritz Hotel in the two hours before he left on the fateful journey that also killed him..

But that would have still left him under the limit. It was possible, he said, Mr Paul had drunk more in the three hours he was off duty earlier in the evening.

The test results suggested he must have drunk the equivalent of up to six more Ricards. But the coroner said CCTV footage and most witnesses had suggested he showed no sign of being worse for wear.

It was regrettable, he said, that the French scientists, Prof Dominique Lecomte and Dr Gilbert Pepin, who tested the samples, had refused to testify to the inquest and answer severe criticism of the shoddy way they labelled and recorded their results.

He highlighted the inexplicably high levels of carbon monoxide in Mr Paul's blood. "If the carbon monoxide readings must be wrong, what about the alcohol readings?" he asked. ... The jury ... were also told other questions remained a mystery.

They include: How Henri Paul came to have such a large amount of money in his bank account, where he was in the three hours off duty, and who drove the white Fiat Uno that tests showed caught the Mercedes a glancing blow before it crashed into a concrete pillar.

— Are Diana Driver's Blood Samples Fake, Coroner Asks Jury, Daily Mail, 2008-04-02

The High Carbon is important to note, because it is in relation to someone who would commit suicide by drinking large amounts of alcohol and then gassing themselves. Also where was Mr. Paul in the three hours before the crash? His whereabouts during this time are unknown.

8) Not to mention this ambulance ride.

The court heard how the ambulance had to come to a complete stop a short distance from the hospital when Diana's blood pressure dropped, prompting fears her heart would stop.
Massebeuf said: "In front of the Jardin des Plantes, the doctor asked me to stop. We stopped for about five minutes in order for him to be able to provide treatment that required a complete absence of movement. We continued our journey without having to stop again."

— Ambulance driver defends slow Diana journey, The Guardian (UK), 2007-11-14

Why would they stop! If she is going into cradiac arrest drive faster! and take teh shorter route to the hospital! No procedure in this time would require the vehicle to come to a halt. Unless of course the doctors needed to finsih the "job". Mind you the stop was for only 5 minutes, but 5 minutes is a long time to wait. What was he doing that would require a COMPLETE STOP?

Some theories suggested that he was checking for Diana's pregnancy and removed the baby, however their is another theory that that he was checking for a baby but found none, which suggests that She had a miscarriage and he wanted to make sure that she wasn't pregnant so they stopped to have a better look.

9) Why was only one person in the car wearing a seat belt and that one person was the only survivor, who was part of the Royal Families armed guard and had links to MI5 and MI6? And his amneisa is just coincidnece as well...

10) More evidence against Paul.

- Henri Paul, driver of the Limo. The mis-information surrounding this key figure is enormous. First he was said to be driving at up to 120 mph, recent reports by professional crash investigators suggest 60 mph, even less on impact.
Was he really drunk? It is accepted that he had two Ricard drinks at the Ritz, but no other evidence has emerged to support this claim, beyond questionable results from a blood test from his corpse. Why questionable? Because it is common for the alcohol level to rise in bodies after death regardless of consumption. The test also showed a very high level of carbon monoxide (20 per cent) in his blood. Experts say this would have incapacitated him before he set off on his fatal journey, and yet the hotel's video evidence shows him walking around and talking normally. An alcoholic? Well , as a pilot, he passed a rigorous health check two days before the accident. His liver showed no signs of abuse on post-mortem.
Then there is the question of the multiple bank accounts Paul held, with balances showing income far in excess of his 20 000 UKP salary as acting head of security at the Ritz. Some friends have suggested he was a long term "sleeper" agent for a secret service agency, almost certainly French intelligence.

11 and 12)

- The rapid disposal of the bodies of Diana and Dodi. Diana had no post mortem prior to burial in Althorp. Victims of sudden death require a post mortem by law in the UK.
- The missing white Fiat Uno: With such a large-scale investigation by French authorities could only secret agents have evaded the police's net around Paris? We know the car hit the Mercedes used by Di and Dodi, thanks to traceable paint marks on the Benz. Witnesses refer to the car lurching around the road at varying speeds as both it and the Merc entered the tunnel of death.

Yet more evidence. But whats going on? Who are the suspects.

The Suspects

1) Prince Phillip
2) Prince Charles
3) The Queen
4) MI5
5) MI6
7) French Secret Intelligence alligned with the British Secret Intelligence
8) The CIA, aligened with the French and Britsh Secret Intelligence

Thats a lot of suspects, but the the purpose of this thread and the pupose of it all. The best suspects are all of them. Except for number 8, I am not sure, but their is documentation that the CIA jammed mobile phones after the accident. But not enough solid evidence. Now that we have our suspects, its time for my conclusion.

posted on Jul, 8 2009 @ 03:20 PM

My Theory and Closing Statements

Alright ladies and gentlemen here is my conclusion. Diana was indeed murdered, but the Question still remians why? Well as we all know that Diana was with Dodi a muslim born man and the Royal Family likes to keep the blood "clean" so to speak. Especially, because there are rumors that the Queen stated that she did not want an muslim grandchild. of course their are many scenarios, but I think it was a build up of all that I am going to list. This is where it gets interesting and somewhat psychological. The Prince, was probably angered that she had found another man so quickly and was probably even more angered when she released a press statement and in an interview stated that, "I have a secret that is going to shock the world." What was this "secret"? Unfortunately, Diana died before she could release what it was to the national news media who had booked her on a specific day.

This video demonstartes that their are powers at work that are still covering things up from the Diana Inquests to the witnesses that night.

It all started when Diana and The Prince fell out of love. Of course now a days, a few people who support Charles stated that she was mentally unstable and that she was broken all the way through the marriage and that the Prince decided it was best for them to split. Thats bogus to me, the Prince was obviously having relations with Camilla and Diana was just left out of the loop and she knew it, she knew she was being pushed out and she even wrote this saying that she was scared that she was not needed and that she was going to die.

The Queen did not want this formal split, because she knew the problems that it were to cause, so the Queen told them to take a 6 month leave from each other. However, the prince was the one that disobeyed the Queen first and took Camilla closer. This is when Diana decided to make her and Dodi's relationship public. However, what happened? What was the spark? I believe that the Prince was jealous that she found favor with a Muslim man, even though that sounds prejudice and somewhat racist, that makes sense. The Royal family want to have a pure bloodline (no, no, no, they are not freakin aliens :lol
, they want to have a clean bloodline without undesirables. Because what would happen if Charles or his sons were not able to be king, then that child, if it was indeed a male child would be the next in line and a middle easterner as the King?...

This tape shows Diana and her haters and her very stable self. Does this show a women who is unstable? No, this shows a women who is taking charge of her new oppurtunity.

And this video shows the warfare that happened in the palace and how it was the Royal Family vs. Princess Diana.

And this video demonstartes the odd circumstances happened.

Over the time of this. Dodi and Diana's relationship grew stronger and even in pictures Diana had a bump in her stomach, not a huge bump, but a bump none the less. If she was indeed pregnant, then perhaps this more motive then anything. Charles and the Royal Family who knew this wanted to make sure and wanted to know more about her, because as stated above she was in a war with them. What better way to gather intelligence then to have a few men on the inside and MI5 and MI6 gathering intelligence. But who were the people on the inside?

Mr Paul, the driver and the lone survivor of the crash Mr Rees-Jones are the most likely of candidates. One takes enough pain pills and alcohol to make himself incoherent and to provide a plausible story to what happened. Of course the pain pills and the alcohol are also taken to make the impact bearable and death quick. He was paid a lot of money! To make this happen, perhaps he didn't think he would die? Or perhaps he was giving that money to his and kids.... Anyway, moving along, the only person who worse a seat belt was the Rees-Jones. Why was he the only one, perhaps safety first? Who knows, amnesia that he suffered makes him look suspicious, but as I said before it does happen and perhaps this was done to make it appear more plausible.

The driver in the white Fiat comes down through the tunnel, but before him, before that happens. Another "paparzzi man" who is actually part of the Intelligence Community drives infront of the mercedes and uses the Flash technique as described by Mr. Tomlinson. The Flash does not render them confused, but then this happens, or I am assuming at this point that Mr Rees-Jones buckles his seat belt as Mr. Paul begins to swerve. The white Fiat is up next and knicks the mercedes finsihing it off into the barrier. Remember all this happened probably within 2 minutes or less. But Diana is not dead! She is still alive. She is still alive, the medics come and they take her out and begin to "save" her. They load her into the ambulance and begin to take off, the hospital is THREE miles away, yet it takes over an hour to get their. During this time they would check if she was pregnant and remove the baby to remove motive. They would also wait as she enetered severe cardiac arrest and died. Probably with some drugs mixed in (hidden drugs that will not come in on toxicology reports and also they were never filed).

Dodi and Mr Paul are killed instantly, but not Rees-Jones who lives and says that he is suffering from amnesia. The Queen and the Royal Families blood-line and embarassment are complete, not to mention their biggest enemy, Diana was dead. She was destroying the Royal Family, she was what the British people loved. She was loved by everyone and gaining so much power that it would make Charles look unfit and like a clown to divorce her and leave for Camilla. But that is how it was done. The final events and the final moments.

Diana was killed because she became soemthing the Royal Family could not become, what that was, I do not know. But in death she became soemthing eternal and immortal. Perhaps the Royal Family did not see that happening, perhaps they did not have the foresight to see what they were doing to their enemy would make their enemy become immortalized and leave a stain of doubt on the Royal Families bill...

In life Diana was kindred and unrestless soul, wanting to more then life would allow and probably deserved more then life gave her. But Diana did leave behind a legacy, her two son's who will one day have the thrown. She was strong and beautiful and must never be forgotten.

But we must not forget that Dodi Fayed was also killed. Much respect to him and his life and his family. R.I.P Dodi Fayed.

Here's a Tribute to Lady Diana:

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posted on Jul, 8 2009 @ 04:07 PM
TBH I've never thought anything suspicious in the death of Diana.

A very normal and simple way to die in a car crash.
Yes there were controversial theories regarding the cause of
the crash but the fact is if Diana and Dodi were wearing their
seatbelts they would have survived this accident.

posted on Jul, 8 2009 @ 04:30 PM
reply to post by TheMythLives

That was a most excellent thread,whatever anyone thinks of your conclusions hats must go off for effort that has gone into this.

I often what Harry and William think about it all, or are they programmed not to even think about it.

Great post

posted on Jul, 8 2009 @ 04:57 PM
Another excellent thread, thanks.

There are so many loose-ends with this case and so much speculation about the who's and why's. I'm pretty sure though that with the way Succession works that if Diana had a child with Dodi it would never be eligible for the throne anyway, there seem to be a lot of complexities behind the line to the throne and Elizabeth only ended up there herself because of King Edwards' abdication.

I've seen a couple of documentaries about the long-running relationship between Charles and Camilla, that the relationship had gone on long before Diana was around, yet was never sanctioned by the Royal family... and not that I'm pointing finger of blame here, because you can't help who you love or who loves you and I'm sure there was blame on both sides.

Here we have Major James Hewitt (ex-lover of Diana), Prince Harry and (to put this picture into context) Earl Charles Spencer - Diana's brother. So there is ginger blood in the family...

Although there may be some controversy as to whether the Queen has forbidden Harry to undergo DNA testing.

posted on Jul, 8 2009 @ 05:01 PM
reply to post by moocowman

Most thanks. I really appreciate your kind words and your support in this thread

posted on Jul, 8 2009 @ 05:03 PM
reply to post by jokei

Yes teh young prince, who art thou your father? an honest mess. I can see similarities in both and I see a lot of Diana's side in him. Whether or not he is not Charles son will probably never be known. The Queen only fears further insult to her family. I mean can you imagine if that was not Charles son? The Queen would have a fit.

posted on Jul, 8 2009 @ 05:32 PM
I have always thought her death was not a natural car wreck. She was obviously not liked by the Royal Family. Charles was an adulterer from day one and yet she is looked down upon for moving on herself?! Oh how her story always bothered me. I am sorry but it is just all too coincidental that the only survivor has amnesia, how convenient. His history brings up many questions and what better way to avoid them than to have amnesia? I know it can happen from a crash like this but it is still something to think about. Also why no post mortum? If it is mandatory in the UK why was she the exception? If she was anyone else and not related to that family her death would have been investigated properly and not half arsed. I have read many books on the story and many articles and I truly believe that the Royal family had something to do with it.

Again another great case review! S&F for you!

I dont mean to offend anyone who lives in the UK, I just dont care for the Royal family, no different than people not caring for our President, whom I also dont care for.

posted on Jul, 8 2009 @ 07:05 PM
reply to post by mblahnikluver

Thank You for the kind words, as always your an excellent supporter and an excellent friend! I do not care for the Royal Family either, not a fan of our President either. But none the less they are here whether we like it or not. I always wondered what they would find in post mortum, makes one wonder all the scenarios...
Star for you.

posted on Jul, 8 2009 @ 07:23 PM
Another excellent thread, MYTH, Thankyou so much!!!

Diana's death surely left alot of important unanswered questions, I agree

with your conclusion, that the royal family, was involved with her death,

she had served her purpose, creating an heir.

She was truly like "a candle in the wind" a bright shining, loving, free

spirt. who's flame was deminished to soon.

Thanks again Myth!!!!
Star & Flag!!!

posted on Jul, 8 2009 @ 07:27 PM
reply to post by truth/seeker

Thank you again, my good friend. Their seems to be too much evidence that some sort of plot was made and that it was executed. Again, I appreciate the kind words and much thanks for the star and flag

posted on Jul, 8 2009 @ 08:10 PM
Stunning work there! Thank you so much for doing this, Its such an interesting read and a story that has so many directions, It really makes you think, I agree with the outcome of this one 100% Im sure there will be many interested in this case,

Well done, I really love these!

posted on Jul, 8 2009 @ 08:27 PM
Good thread,Myth although I think Diana's death was nothing more then accident.It's not all that shocking that the queen and the British aristocracy would be horrified about the idea of having a Muslim being the half-brother of the future king of England.

posted on Jul, 8 2009 @ 08:49 PM
Wow, this has been a fascinating read. Kind of brings it all back. I,too, have always suspected there was foul play involved. "The flash" particularly, and the length of time it took them to get her to the hospital. That alone will never make sense to me. There is NO justification to that. None. It's preposterously incompetent and inexcusable. Obviously the ambulance driver, and eveybody in it was in on the conspiracy. Had to be.

How many times does a woman tell someone her husband is going to kill her, and then he does? It's common. She knew. Perhaps not so much her own husband, but the Queen and her husband Philip, perhaps. Or whoever "they" are.

Of course the Queen could not have her grandson, the future King, having a brother who was Muslim. No way. Diana was a loose canon as far as they were concerned, especially after indicating she had a "secret" to reveal. THEY knew what the secret was, no doubt. Marriage/baby or both.

But I've always thought Mohamed Al-Fayed was right. And he knows why, but he has fought, and fought, to no avail. Some day, after both the princes are dead, the truth may be revealed. Unless maybe one of them does become King, and orders that the whole scenario be reinvestigated. Even so, the whole tragic death is so wrapped in lies and injustices, there may be no truth anywhere to be found. Anymore.

One thing though. Henri Paul was said to have worked for M. Al-Fayed for many years, and was one of his closest friends. I also thought Mr. Al-Fayed arranged for Paul to drive, being the one he trusted most? Is that not right? That he and Dodi are the ones who hatched the idea of leaving from the back in a different car, with Paul driving?

Anyway, great thread, great read. S&F

posted on Jul, 8 2009 @ 08:55 PM
reply to post by ladyinwaiting

I also thought Mr. Al-Fayed arranged for Paul to drive, being the one he trusted most? Is that not right? That he and Dodi are the ones who hatched the idea of leaving from the back in a different car, with Paul driving?

I believe he did arrange for Paul to drive. But Paul was recieving funds from an unknown source over the period of a few weeks. Some untracable funds ranging in hundreds of thousand of dollars. People thought he was an informant being paid under the table by the Royal family, for insiders knowledge of The Diana dn Dodi situation. They went into the bck to get the princess out safley. They tried the first car but it was dead, the French then provided a second car for them. So they took that car. A lot of speculation has went into if the cars were switched during transportation, by French secret intelligence.

Also isn't it odd that all of the camera's in the tunnel suddenly stopped working??

posted on Jul, 8 2009 @ 09:10 PM
Excellent work.

I, before reading this thread, always believed it was just a simple car crash but after reading the post you've forced me to reconsider my views. Once again great work.

posted on Jul, 8 2009 @ 09:12 PM
reply to post by Armisteadmg42

I appreciate your kind words and I also appreciate your views on the subject

posted on Jul, 8 2009 @ 09:16 PM
Oh, yes. The money. But to know you are going to die, and he was laughing in the waiting room.....

When you are going at such a high speed, and crash into something, seatbelts cease to be effective. If he agreed to carry this out, for money, then what a massive betrayal to the Al-Fayed family.

He had to be suicidal.

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