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Re: Princess Diana Assassination Conspiracy

Postby Arouet » 21 Sep 2012, 10:53

But how do you ensure someone dies in a car crash caused by making them lose control with a small explosion? Again: the vast majority of car accidents do not result in death. It seems like a very uncertain way to murder someone.

As for just telling someone to do something and they'll do it, there are whistleblowers all over the place. You miscalculate the MI5 agent you approach to take part in this and they can blow the whole lid off it.

The conspiracy theory you've set out is extremely complicated and seems to me to be pretty low percentage for success.
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Re: Princess Diana Assassination Conspiracy

Postby SydneyPSIder » 21 Sep 2012, 15:10

Arouet wrote:But how do you ensure someone dies in a car crash caused by making them lose control with a small explosion? Again: the vast majority of car accidents do not result in death. It seems like a very uncertain way to murder someone.

As for just telling someone to do something and they'll do it, there are whistleblowers all over the place. You miscalculate the MI5 agent you approach to take part in this and they can blow the whole lid off it.

The conspiracy theory you've set out is extremely complicated and seems to me to be pretty low percentage for success.

MI5 and MI6 are spooks. They have some utterly loyal operatives.

You use the small explosion to blast them off the road and make sure they look like they've had a prang. In a tunnel which you can close off. Then you kill them in an ambulance afterwards if they're still actually alive.

I'm just saying that this scenario and intent to murder are a suspicion of mine, although the scenario fits all the provided evidence and likelihoods, and there is no evidence that does not fit. (Good basis for any scientific hypothesis testing.) It is a little uncertain as car accidents occur all the time. Princess Grace of Monaco was deemed to have been knocked off in similar circumstances, however. http://www.guardian.co.uk/theguardian/1982/sep/15/fromthearchive

I don't actually care too much anyhow as I'm an anti-royalist of any stripe, and royal families have had a history of knocking off other members of the nobility since time began, or since there were royal families in social organisation, at least.
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Re: Princess Diana Assassination Conspiracy

Postby Scepcop » 31 Oct 2013, 09:40

Arouet wrote:But how do you ensure someone dies in a car crash caused by making them lose control with a small explosion? Again: the vast majority of car accidents do not result in death. It seems like a very uncertain way to murder someone.

As for just telling someone to do something and they'll do it, there are whistleblowers all over the place. You miscalculate the MI5 agent you approach to take part in this and they can blow the whole lid off it.

The conspiracy theory you've set out is extremely complicated and seems to me to be pretty low percentage for success.


These are good questions. I'm wondering the same thing. But the evidence that she was murdered is overwhelming and irrefutable. Why would the 24 hour cameras in the tunnel be suddenly turned off just before she was killed? It's impossible to explain that away and no normal person would call that a coincidence.

And why would it take the ambulance one hour to get to a hospital 5 minutes away? That's totally inexplicable and indefensible and smacks of obvious foul play.

If I were to speculate, to answer your questions:

You are right. It's hard to kill someone in a car crash. That's why she was not dead after the crash. She was still alive. The ambulance that took her either killed her inside or waited for her to die. That's why they didn't take her to the hospital and waited an hour instead.

There are reports that the driver lost control because a super bright beam of light shinned into his face. If you look at the video camera of Henri Paul leaving the hotel, he is clearly not drunk.

There are ways to control people, and many psychopaths will do whatever they are asked. They do not just select anyone to participate in a murder. They carefully choose psychopaths who are without conscience and who can be trusted to keep silent.

Also the royal family has killed many people throughout the centuries. So why would it be a stretch to believe that they committed yet another murder?
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Re: Princess Diana Assassination Conspiracy

Postby Scepcop » 31 Oct 2013, 09:40

Update:

The banned Princess Diana documentary "Unlawful Killing" is now up on YouTube in full. Here is the link to it:



It presents a pretty irrefutable case that there was a conspiracy to kill Princess Diana. It also reveals a shocking fact at the end: The jury inquest into the death of Princess Diana resulted in the verdict that Princess Diana was murdered, which they termed "Unlawful Killing". So the official jury verdict was that she was murdered. However, the media covered that up and instead FALSELY reported that the jury reported that the paparazzi caused her death. Why would the media deliberately lie like that unless they were controlled? That's pretty disturbing.
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Re: Princess Diana Assassination Conspiracy

Postby Scepcop » 08 Apr 2014, 06:42

Red Ice Radio - Jon King - Hour 1 - The Conspiracy Behind the Assassination of Princess Diana

Jon King is a published author and optioned screenwriter with a background in music and journalism. For a good chunk of the 1990s and early 2000s he was editor of the popular high street magazines, UFO Reality and Odyssey, an enterprise which led to the publication of his first book, Cosmic Top Secret: The Unseen Agenda. He is probably best known for his two top-selling books Princess Diana: The Evidence and Princess Diana: The Hidden Evidence, with co-author John Beveridge. His latest book, The Cut-Out, is an autobiographical spy thriller based on the true story of how he was set up by MI6 in the cover-up operation that followed Princess Diana's death.

In the first hour, we discuss the details of Princess Diana's assassination. In the second hour, Jon talks about how he was drawn into the conspiracy surrounding Diana's death and the unwitting role he became earmarked to play in the conspiracy. He speaks more about the source giving him information about a "high profile" assassination that was to occur.

King also details how the MI6 and CIA have been seeking to use non-mainstream press and media in order to have them disseminate information. This has been done in an effort to try to ridicule these stories as rumors and crazy conspiracy theories, despite the core of truth in the information shared. This gives us an interesting insight into how security agencies work and that insiders, anonymous sources and whistleblowers might still be in the business of doing the bidding of the agencies they claim they are speaking out against.

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