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Preincess Diana- was she murdered?
October 25, 2007
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http://news.aol.com/story/_a/w.....0000000001

I've always wondered about this.

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October 25, 2007
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oops. I guess I can't spell today lol.

October 26, 2007
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There seems to be question marks all around the case. It wouldn't suprise me. If you look back on the royal family history, it was a common affair to bump somebody off if they were causing havoc. Lady Diana rocked the boat and it seems a coincidence that she died so young.
But I just don't know.

October 26, 2007
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I haven't looked at the website as of yet, but I think it is very possible. I have seen You Tube videos as well with interviews of the driver that survived, he also thinks so. Not to change the subject, but did you kow that the Bush family is related to Queen Elizabeth?

October 26, 2007
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No I didn't know that the Bush family is related to Queen Elizabeth!

There was a documentary on TV to remember Lady Diana's 10 years passed away, it makes you think, and it comes up with all these suspicions, why did it take the ambulance so long to leave the tunnel?

I think it was disgusting how the media behaved.

October 26, 2007
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Oct. 3, 2007)Sensational claims that Princess Diana was murdered on the instructions of the Duke of Edinburgh after she expressed fears of an attempt on her life dominated the opening of the inquest into her death yesterday.

The jury heard allegations that Prince Philip was at the heart of a conspiracy to murder Diana and her lover, Dodi Fayed, after ordering MI6 to prepare a report on them for the Royal Family.

The car crash that killed them both in Paris on August 31, 1997 was then engineered, the jury heard.

The claim of murder by Dodi's father, Harrods owner Mohamed al-Fayed, was at the heart of coroner Lord Justice Scott Baker's opening statement to the jury at the inquest at the High Court in London yesterday.

And the jury was told how Diana had expressed fears that she would be the victim of an arranged accident if, as she believed, the Queen abdicated and Prince Charles succeeded to the throne, saying that would create a need to "get rid of her, via some accident in her car such as prepared brake failure".

http://www.conspiracyplanet.co.....annelID=41

October 26, 2007
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sensational accusations?

Oh, me disagrees.

Ya see, when ya think there's conspiracies, ya gotta be slow going about it- let people discover it so to be, on their own. Play devil's advocate, get people to prove their point, all the while others read, google, learn. And so do we, as we try to justify our position, whatever it may be at the moment i.e. whatever we're assuming for the sake of discussion.

This is how libs used to be. It's not "fighting", it's discovering different perspectives, being made aware of holes in our thinking. It's going head on with THAT which and WHO opposes our current way of thinking.

Growth happens. Even with codependent thinking , kuz the codependent learns to speak out on a topic and learns that annihilation just doesn't happen when one speaks opinions and perspectives.

Surely there is somebody who thinks the conspiracy stuff is out of whack.

But afraid to post.

C'mon! Speak up!

I'll try to be nice. Promise. But you're gonna have to support your claims, and I expect to be called on mine. Diana's death was foreseen.

Princess Di was murdered. Pre-meditated, conspired, murder.

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October 27, 2007
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Do you watch Lady Diana's interview, it was loaded with inside information, she knew she was rocking the boat.

October 27, 2007
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hi Lewis-

I didn't see that interview so I read it online- the transcripts.

She was definitely rocking the boat and she knew it. She wanted the monarchy to be of and for the people of Britain, not a separate entity that's practically worshipped.

Diana is my hero.

I'm hoping that the Prince messed with the wrong person, kuz his father is sure after Prince William.

do you think she was murdered lewis?

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October 27, 2007
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I'm no fan of the Royal Family but am even less of a fan of the odious little Al Fayed.

He is a manipulator and has had it in for the British Establishment ever since being refused a British Passport. He tried to bribe politicians to lobby on his behalf and was involved in the Lonhro scandal ...ending up with a substantial share in the House of Fraser, the parent company of Harrods.

He was married to the sister of the arms dealer Adnan Khashoggi and it seems much of his original money came from that liaison as prior to that he sold Coca Cola for a living. His marriage gave him an 'in' to elevated circles and he ended up as a financial advisor to the Sultan of Brunei, allegedly swindling him out of a fortune.

The British security guards employed by the Fayeds repeatedly implored both Dodi and his father to alter their behaviour when Diana was with them. They told them on several occasions that they were presenting a security risk. At the last minute the driver Henri Paul who had been seen drinking heavily was substituted as a driver to take them from the Ritz

Whilst i am sure the press had a significant role to play in the deaths of Diana and Dodi; chasing them through the streets of paris and hounding them prior to that, I don't believe that the Royal family were implicated.

Princess Diana was a fragile, damaged, but flawed woman who was not above manipulating the press and others to foster sympathy. Her interview with Martin Bashir was very staged, and following her separation from Charles, every single time he made a public appearance, she would be grabbing the headlines by appearing at something else.

i am sure she was hurt by his infidelity and devestated by the break up of her marriage, but I don't believe that there was any great conspiracy to have her killed.

However much of an embarassment she continued to present to Charles and his family she was the mother of his sons.......I don't believe they had her killed

October 27, 2007
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This is interesting sleepless.

You wrote:
"The British security guards employed by the Fayeds repeatedly implored both Dodi and his father to alter their behaviour when Diana was with them. They told them on several occasions that they were presenting a security risk. At the last minute the driver Henri Paul who had been seen drinking heavily was substituted as a driver to take them from the Ritz "

What kind of behavior were they being told to alter and why did they substitute a driver?

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October 28, 2007
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As I understand it the bodyguards were increasingly frustrated by Dodi’s refusal to tell them of his plans early enough for them to ensure security was maintained. They have said that because the press was continually being tipped off about the movements of Diana and Dodi, Dodi suspected the leaks might have been coming from them.

The bodyguards are adamant that they were not responsible for tipping off the paparazzi. There have been lots of suggestions that it was Mohamed Al Fayed himself who tipped off the papers as a way of getting up the nose of the Royals….but I don’t know. He certainly was delighted about the liaison between his son and Diana which is understandable.

Apparently on the night of the crash, the plan was for the couple to leave by the front entrance with the security guards in their usual positions and with two cars accompanying the couple. The Bodyguards employed by the Al-Fayeds, including Trevor Rees-Jones who was the only survivor of the crash strongly advised that course of action.

Henri Paul informed them at the last minute that Dodi had elected to go via the back entrance with no security cars accompanying them. The bodyguards were not happy with that and felt it presented an increased security risk. They were also surprised that Henri Paul would be driving the couple as he was head of security at the Ritz and did not normally act as a driver.

It seems that it was Dodi who altered the plans, against the advice of the security guards employed by his father.

Of course, had the Royals not taken away Diana’s own security guards, it would not have been left up to the Al Fayeds to provide an alternative.

That’s as I understand it anyway

October 28, 2007
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So many conspiracy theories...so little time.
They make my head spin.
Looking for wrong-doing under every rock must be extremely time consuming.
I am glad other people have time to look...I don't.
I am frankly tired of hearing about it.
I want to focus my energy elsewhere.

October 28, 2007
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Why thanks robert! What a fascinating contribution lol. Conspiracy stuff is entertaining.

sleepless, I wonder why Dodi changed the plans like this, and why the Royals had taken away Diana's security guards- she WAS after all, still the mother of those 2 royal boys.

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October 29, 2007
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I dunno Free

It always seemed very churlish of them, and as you say, she was still the mother of the princes.

It was in line with other ways they tried to punish her I think. They also stripped her of her HRH status and only reinstated it following her death.

I dont think they had any idea how to handle her, and saw her as a loose cannon. They didnt like the way she expressed herself and was open about her emotions and things like her battle with bulimia. When she was married she had battled with that and received little sympathy from her husband or the Royal family. I think they resented the way everyone loved her and therefore did all they could to try to keep her down.

Other members of the Royals have done charitable works for years and recieved very little credit for it. Then Diana comes along and shakes the hand of someone with HIV/Aids and suddenly she is the most wonderful person in the world. She definitely knew how to play to the media in a way the rest of the crusty 'Old Firm' didnt.

But somehow, despite the faults that Charles certainly has, I can t see him being party to any plans that would rob his sons of their mother, regardless of his own feelings about her.

I dunno.....

November 1, 2007
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mmm

It's interesting because in England the press build you up then knock you down. If anybody is responsible it is the media.

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