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New Princess Diana murder claim surfaces


Posted on Monday, 19 August, 2013 | Comment icon 67 comments | News tip by: xsas


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New information has come to light that suggests Diana may have been killed by a member of the military.

Scotland Yard are currently investigating the sensational new claim which was allegedly passed to them through military sources. The exact nature of the events that lead to the deaths of the Princess of Wales and Dodi al Fayed in 1997 have been the subject of conspiracy theories for years. The official verdict of "unlawful killing, grossly negligent driving of the following vehicles and of the Mercedes" has been rejected by some as a coverup for something a lot more sinister.

Despite the nature of the new claim, Scotland Yard have no plans to reopen the original investigation but may open a new one if the evidence provided turns out to be significant. It isn't known exactly who is being implicated and how such a murder would have been carried out without being picked up on at the time by investigators who spent several years looking in to the circumstances surrounding the case.

"The information, thought to include the allegation that the Princess of Wales, Dodi al Fayed and their driver were killed by a member of the British military, will be assessed by officers from the Specialist Crime and Operations Command."

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Comment icon #58 Posted by Mr. Smith on 1 May, 2014, 0:05
Yeah, I bet you read it all on teh intarwebs. People like the Prince, King to be, of one of the most powerful nations of the 19th and 20th century, write their own history. He has teams of clever public relations spinners and whizzers at his disposal. Layers of handlers to keep his hands spotless combined with the power to destroy anyone in the gov't who so much as speculates about it. How could one person without 24-7 teams of highly trained security be any problem for someone like that? People who have everything are just as capable of murder as someone who has nothing. What make... [More]
Comment icon #59 Posted by Border Collie on 1 May, 2014, 15:46
Paranoia much? The event has been investigated at length by two seperate sovereign states who don't particularly like each other and rarely agree on anything. But they agreed on this one thing. Diana was not murdered. Neither Chas nor Phillie the Greek has much actual power. But they would be utterly idiotic and their teams of assassins completely incompetent to dream up a plan which would have been defeated by her strapping on a seat belt. It is quite clear to anyone who wants to see. No conspiracy.
Comment icon #60 Posted by Peter B on 2 May, 2014, 10:36
Please go on. I'd like you to explain how you know Princess Diana was the target and not one of the other three people in the car. Thank you.
Comment icon #61 Posted by regeneratia on 17 May, 2014, 23:34
I went thru the tunnel a month later.
Comment icon #62 Posted by regeneratia on 17 May, 2014, 23:35
If I was married to Charles, I would have a massive amount of affairs too. No one on earth is a saint. We all have flaws. We should all just be seeking happiness.
Comment icon #63 Posted by coolguy on 18 May, 2014, 4:52
Charles had her killed or even his mother
Comment icon #64 Posted by Border Collie on 20 May, 2014, 2:02
BS. Zero evidence for this fantasy, quite the opposite actually. I loath the Windsors as much as the next man but these accusations about Diana are simply unfounded and unsupported. Move on, people. Nothing to see here.
Comment icon #65 Posted by Monkfish on 21 May, 2014, 19:28
I must say I always felt very sorry for this poor girl. Not that she would ever admit to needing my sympathy you understand. She was basically well not terribly intelligent. She failed all her school exams twice and then worked as a childrens nanny until she was discovered and elevated to royal status. I felt it was possibly one of those "seemed like a good idea at the time" scenarios when the prospect of being a royal bride and producing an heir to the throne was just too good to turn down. The dream must have quickly become a nightmare. Her divorce and subsequent sexual misdemean... [More]
Comment icon #66 Posted by amaterasu on 21 May, 2014, 23:06
Diana was unfortunate enough to be born into an aristocratic family and her fate was sealed when she married Charles, lets face it - she was never going to allowed to 'marry out' It seemed to me to be a stilted relationship, probably arranged and Charles was punching way above his weight when he landed her. They never looked comfortable in each others company and I wasn't at all surprised when it was reported that Charles had been in love with Camilla for years, she is far more his horsey type Sadly Diana was no more than a performing chimp, playing her part in the whole Roya... [More]
Comment icon #67 Posted by Monkfish on 22 May, 2014, 7:38
Sorry I can't buy any of that. Charles was forced into this relationship just as she was. Remember she was a gawky 19 year old, very overweight, short of confidence and self esteem and sorry to say it a bit thick. The good points were that she had the right address, parents and lineage and hips made for child bearing. Charles was getting to the stage where he was getting the upper hand and the prospect of a divorcee being the next queen and providing an heir to the throne was unacceptable. And lets face it the rest of the Queens children were not a lot better. Someone in authority w... [More]


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