a reply to: LEL01
It's funny how people remember things particularly the. details. What remember from. that night /early morning was the report coming in of the crash,
that she had been injured chest injuries and a broken arm (although it's in my head about the arm that detail feels vague so I'm standing too
confidently behind that one) but I do remember them reporting chest injuries and saying to my mate, she's going to live then as my impression of the
way it was stated was serious but not fatal injuries.
Am pretty sure the ambulance was still at the scene of just leaving when that report went but when the it was reported an hour or so later she was
dead it was a shock, unexpected.
It happens though people crash cars even ones with famous people in them and injuries, particularly internal ones can be much more serious than they
These things happen to people and the law of averages dictate that some of these people will be famous people. Add in a famous couple being hounded
and harrassed by reporters everywhere they go,throw in the late hour, probably the staff - driver, bodyguard who may well have been stressed
themselves just because they look calm and collected on the hotel security camera doesn't mean they weren't under pressure........ # happens and
it's funny that in some situations when it does it does it in a horrible,public, undignified and messy kind of way. Car crashes are never neat
believe me i know they are incredibly violent, sometimes people walk away almost unscathed and other times the outcome is brutal, sordid and almost so
bitterly unfair it cannot and should not happen but it does, day after day.
It's JFK all over again, the young vital popular one cut down by the evil corrupt system. Too good, too dangerous to be allowed to live.Popular
people are susceptible to # luck and dying young the same as anyone else.
And in the end of the day if she had married and had 10 muslim kids would it have brought down the monarchy, honestly?? who believes that considering
the way it has and continues to adapt to survive the times finds itself.
She's dead, he'd gone and it's history now. Are the UK intelligence services beyond or above knocking off those who cause them or the country
serious problems.No I can believe these things do happen,I'm intersted to see what comes to light in the Chillcot Inquiry, I'm banking on my being.a
fair bit younger than Blair so I might just hear before I die of old age... the curious case of Dr Kelly may just be one where something below the
belt occured. That involves the whole WMD Iraq War caper and vastly more powerful players than the Royal Family...am not saying fhey don't wield
power or have great influence but I just don't see the intelligence services assassination someone as public or popular as Diana to soothe Prince
Philip or Chaz ruffled feathers.
How do you go about that one anyway?? Right your off you're recent job we have one straight from top,you have to take out Di n Dodi asap, nice. n
neat, by the numbers oh and no controversy, the family really don't need that crap. Ok, get it done!!!!!
Is that an order, can I have that in writing..... sir ???
I mean seriously if that's our top spook agency in action then they aren't getting any more of my hard earned taxes cos it was a sloppy job.Where's
the piosoned knives in the boots, deadly umbrella tips or nuclear laced tea n cakes??