Originally posted by SecretFace
MI6 operate world wide, its not unusual for them to be distributed throughout Europe. I think the pressence of MI6 proves nothing. The style in which
the accident occured is not something I would link to a secret service hit, as there is no 100% gurantee of success, they operate in the realms of
total success not "yeah that should be enough to do it". Besides, if you knew how many foreign agencies operate in this country, you would be
shocked, as well as just how many murders take place on British soil by foreign agents, again they're easy to spot but the government don't want you
to know that what they action abroad actually happens just as much here on our own soil so the general public never get to know the true reality of
"spy world hits". Not saying Princess Di was not a hit of sorts, but the reports of MI6 agents in Paris at the time, in my mind and experience,
I'm not sure if you have seen Unlawful Killing
. From the sound of your post, I would guess that you haven't.
There is testimony in the film from a former SIS operative that the exact scenario alleged to have been involved in Princess Diana's death, the
speeding car in the tunnel, the bright flash of light, the crash, was featured in an MI6 document related to a plan to assassinate an official of
Slobodan Milosovic's government.
The plan is in the books, so to speak, as MI6 approved tactics.
Everything related to the car is an area of interest to people trying to solve the problem. According to the video, Henri Paul's blood may have been
switched out of the loop when tests were conducted. It is possible that Paul was not inebriated and that the car was not in Paul's control when it
sped into the tunnel.
The speed and direction of the car could be controlled from outside the vehicle. It has been done before to commit well financed murders and not just
in recent computerized times. An SAS veteran was knocked off in the 70s by such a tactic paid for by a Yemeni political leader and carried out by
contract killers. The book, The Feather Men
mentions the incident.
To really understand the conspiracy point of view one has to see the video. The simple fact that the medical people who performed the autopsy and that
did the blood tests were not permitted by the French government to go to London to testify at the inquest, where their findings were criticized by
experts, is suspicious in the extreme.