Nazi Philip wanted Diana dead, Fayed tells inquest | Diana, Princess of Wales

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GUARDIAN – Mohamed Al Fayed branded Prince Philip a "Nazi" and a "racist" in the high court today as he detailed his belief that his son Dodi and Diana, Princess of Wales, were "murdered" in a conspiracy initiated by the royal family and carried out with the involvement of Tony Blair, the security services and others.

By the end of his day in court, Fayed's list of participants in the alleged murder plot and cover-up encompassed Diana's sister Sarah McCorquodale and her husband, Robert Fellowes; two former chiefs of London police; the British ambassador to France; driver Henri Paul; two French toxicologists, members of the French medical service; three bodyguards he once employed and several of the princess's closest friends.

In a letter to the intelligence and security committee in February 2006, Fayed said that "such a momentous and horrific action would have been directly sanctioned by the prime minister".

Parts of the letter were read aloud today. Richard Horwell QC, acting at the inquest for the Metropolitan police commissioner, asked Fayed to confirm: "The list of conspirators, those who are involved in this, we can add Tony Blair to this list?"

Fayed replied: "You can."

The Harrods owner repeated to the court his claims that Diana was killed because she was pregnant at the time of her death, and that she and Dodi had planned to announce their engagement.

"Diana told me on the telephone that she was pregnant," he told the inquest. "I was the only person that they told."

The couple called him to announce their intention to marry an hour before the crash, Fayed said, but he later seemed unclear about whether he had been told his son was about to propose, or that Dodi had done so and Diana had accepted.

He said the princess's friends, who told the inquest there was no way she could have been pregnant or contemplating remarriage, were lying, and said: "All the witnesses who have been saying this are part of the cover-up and have been told what to say."

He said Diana told him "she knew Prince Philip and Prince Charles were trying to get rid of her" a month before the crash.

Fayed named a photographer, James Andanson, as the most likely suspect to have carried out the murder on the orders of the security services.

Andanson's body was found in a burnt out car in 2000 and he is believed to have committed suicide. The inquest already heard that Andanson had produced evidence to show he was at home in Lignieres, 177 miles south of the French capital, at the time of the crash.

"There was one paparazzi member in the pay of the security services. This is likely to have been James Andanson, who exacted the murder in his own Fiat, pushed the car and a strobe light having been used to blind Henri Paul," Fayed said.

A "steel wall from the security services" prevented him from providing proof of all his claims, Fayed said. "I have been fighting for 10 years to be where we are," he told the jury.

Members of the British and French security services may have been part of the ambulance crew that took Diana to hospital to ensure she bled to death, Fayed claimed. He said that a hospital which could have treated the Princess was 10 minutes away from the site of the crash in the Alma tunnel in Paris but it took more than an hour to reach another medical institution.

Fayed believes the royal family would never have accepted a marriage between the mother of the second heir to the throne and an Egyptian Muslim, and alleges the Queen's husband worked with the security services to stage the car crash in Paris in August 1997 that killed the couple and their driver.

"It's time to send [Philip] back to Germany from where he comes," Fayed said. "You want to know his original name - it ends with Frankenstein."

Ian Burnett QC, for the coroner, asked Fayed if his allegations "stem from your belief that Prince Philip is not only a racist but a Nazi as well".

"Absolutely," Fayed replied.

Charles participated in the hope that he would then be able to marry his long-term mistress, Camilla Parker Bowles, Fayed said. Fayed dismissed suggestions that Diana's previous relationship with a Muslim heart surgeon, Hasnat Khan, was serious, saying: "He was just a friend, maybe some relations, how can she marry someone like that, that lives in a council flat and has no money."

Fayed said the conspiracy was coordinated for Philip from the British embassy in Paris by the Queen's private secretary, Fellowes. Sir Michael Jay, the then British ambassador to France, was also involved, Fayed said.

Fellowes told the inquest last week that he was in Norfolk at the time.

Fayed described Parker Bowles as a "crocodile wife" and the Windsors as "that Dracula family", according to reports of his testimony by Sky News.

He disputed evidence that Paul, the driver, was drunk. Paul was part of the plot, and in the pay of security services in Britain and France, Fayed said.

"When he was killed, they find 20,000 francs in his pocket, because he disappeared three hours before the murder being briefed on what to do."

Fayed said it had been proved "black and white" that blood samples from Paul proving the driver was intoxicated were not his.

He claimed the withholding of a note of a meeting between Diana and her divorce lawyer Lord Mishcon recording Diana's fears for her safety proved she had been deliberately killed.

The police kept the note at Scotland Yard but did not hand it to the royal coroner overseeing the inquest at the time until Diana's former butler Paul Burrell produced a note from the princess detailing similar allegations in 2003.

Fayed said Diana had kept letters from Prince Philip to be revealed in the event of her death, but those letters had now gone missing.

The coroner at the inquest, Lord Justice Scott Baker, announced he was seeking a copy of a video in which Burrell apparently admitted not telling "the whole truth" when he testified last month. The video was obtained by the Sun.

Burrell had alleged in his book that the Queen warned him of "powerful forces" at work in a meeting weeks before the fatal crash, but failed to give details of this when he testified, saying only that "she showed great concern" about Diana and Dodi's relationship.

The coroner refused to allow Fayed to read the Sun's article to the jury.

He clashed repeatedly with Horwell, who at one stage told him: "You truly do not care about the interests of other people."

In a later outburst, Fayed declared, "I'm not going to talk to you any more," leading Lord Justice Scott Baker to suggest a break.

Fayed's final words to the coroner today were: "I need your help please."

The inquest continues tomorrow, and Fayed is not scheduled to appear. Other witnesses due this week include Elizabeth Andanson, the wife of the photographer Fayed implicated.


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The Windsors Ripple Effect: Unlawful Killing

In English legislation, unlawful killing is a verdict that can be returned by an inquest in England and Wales when someone has been killed by one or more unknown persons. The verdict means that the killing was done without lawful excuse and in breach of criminal law. This includes murder, manslaughter, infanticide and causing death by dangerous driving. A verdict of unlawful killing generally leads to a police investigation, with the aim of gathering sufficient evidence to identify, charge and prosecute those responsible.

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Unlawful Killing is not about a conspiracy before the crash, but a provable conspiracy after the crash**. A conspiracy organised not by a single scheming arch-fiend, but collectively by the British establishment – judges, lawyers, politicians, police chiefs, secret services, even newspaper editors – all of whom have been appointed to their positions because they are "a safe pair of hands".** Just as compass needles all point north without being told to, so these people instinctively know what is expected of them when the state's interests are under threat and they act accordingly, quietly suppressing uncomfortable evidence or undermining the credibility of witnesses whose evidence contradicts the official narrative.

Consider just a fraction of what transpired. Over 100 significant witnesses were not called to the inquest, or refused to appear. Blood tests allegedly proving the drunkenness of the driver Henri Paul were deemed "biologically inexplicable" by a toxicologist. A British crash expert found that Diana's seat belt had not been working. And so on.

Strangest of all was the media coverage of the verdict. Inquest evidence showed conclusively that the crash was caused by an unidentified white Fiat Uno and several unidentified motorcycles, vehicles that were certainly not paparazzi, because uncontested police evidence confirmed that the paparazzi were nowhere near the tunnel at the time of the crash. The jury understood this, bringing in a verdict of "unlawful killing" by unidentified "following vehicles"; yet within seconds, the BBC was misreporting that the jury had blamed the paparazzi, and the rest of the media meekly followed suit. Which is why – three years on – barely anyone realises what the jury's troubling verdict really was...


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Prince Philip, a relative of Hitler’s Nazi men

Last line of article: Moreover, we need to know – Philip was one of the masterminds behind the murder of Princess Diana.

By Salah Uddin Shoaib Choudhury, Blitz.

In an investigative documentary film titled ‘The Crown’, Prince Philip, who recently died had dived into his personal life, examining Philip’s past and present demons. Shown as a cheating, partying womanizer, Philip in real life was linked to numerous women – including two cabaret dancers.

The controversy swirling around the Prince doesn’t stop there. When Philip was just 18 months old, his family fled Greece after the monarchy toppled. In 1930, when he was 9 years old and away at Cheam School in Britain, his mother suffered a nervous breakdown, all his sisters married within 6 months of each other (two marrying high-ranking Nazi officials) and his father ran away to Monaco with his mistress.

While Prince Philip, age 16, was still at Gordonstoun, his sister Cecilie died tragically in a plane crash. At her funeral in Germany he marched next to men in Nazi uniforms. Philip has never confirmed the family’s Nazi ties, but none of his sisters were invited to his 1947 royal wedding to Queen Elizabeth. In the book “Royals and the Reich,” Philip told author Jonathan Petropolous that his family was jealous of Jewish people for their financial success, but he didn’t recall specific Nazi connections. Here the Prince had lied. In reality, his sisters were married to Nazi officers.

Nazi fan British royals

In October 1937, the Duke and Duchess of Windsor visited Hitler at Berchtesgaden, where Hitler had been vacationing since the 1920s. According to biographer Frances Donaldson, in her book “Edward VIII”, the Duke gave Hitler full Nazi salutes during his visit. While some say this trip was more to receive support for Edward and his wife, the Duke’s actions speak louder than hypotheses. The royal family did not support this visit.

Just after the war, American diplomats uncovered 400 tons of German diplomatic papers, at Marburg Castle. Named the Marburg files, they included a cache of documents damaging to the royal family called the “Windsor File”—some 60 documents (letters, telegrams and other papers) written by people working around the Duke, including German agents, during the war.

Among these documents are details of the Nazis-devised plan “Operation Willi,” where the Germans would gain control of Britain and overthrow the monarchy, returning the Duke to the throne. The Germans viewed the Duke, who was perceived to be ambivalent about the war, as a better ally than his successor King George VI. In order to get the Duke on their side, German agents tried to manipulate the ostracized royal, even attempting to convince the Duke that his brother, King George, had plans to assassinate him. The documents were leaked to the British government, which tried to suppress them.

When WWII started, the Duke was made a major-general in France; but Winston Churchill, aware of Edward’s pro-Nazi sentiments, sent him to be the governor of the Bahamas. But the Duke and Duchess of Windsor did not comply right away, instead spending time in Lisbon and Madrid—during which time the Nazis devised “Operation Willi.” In the end, the Duke ended up in the Bahamas and the Nazis never succeeded in overthrowing the crown.

In 1946, Britain, France and the United States agreed to work together to process the Marburg files, appointing top historians from each country to oversee the project. Despite British efforts to continue to hide the truth, Americans released the documents in 1957.

Nazi-filled childhood of Prince Phillip

According to documentary evidences, Prince Philip had a Nazi-filled childhood and he also was a great fan of Hitler. He lived in Germany with his sister, who also was a Nazi. Philip took part in parade with Nazis. Although Buckingham Palace denied these facts – in reality – all of the information is extremely true. Philip, the son of a broken – yet royal – household, was passed around to numerous European branches of his family during his youth, eventually ending up in Nazi Germany. His sisters married into the German aristocracy, and many became closely tied to the Nazi party. One of them, Sophie, even named her child Karl Adolf in honor of Adolf Hitler.

When Philip’s sister Cecile was killed in a 1937 air crash, Philip was photographed at her funeral in the German city of Darmstadt alongside Nazis.

Prince Philip’s family members were directly linked to Hitler and Nazis. During his early age, Philip also was a great fan of Hitler.

While most of the media outlets in the world are shedding tears and publishing obituaries following death of Prince Philip, being a sensible and individual, no one should show any sympathy to this Nazi supporter. Moreover, we need to know – Philip was one of the masterminds behind the murder of Princess Diana.

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Diana police ‘ignored her crash death warning’

Jan 18, 2008

Diana, Princess of Wales told her solicitors of a plot to tamper with her car so it would crash and “get rid of her” or leave her “unbalanced”, the inquest into her death heard on Tuesday.

A note of the meeting was given to British police officers within days of her death in a car crash in 1997, but they did not pass on the document to their French counterparts.

The existence of the note, made by Lord Mishcon, head of law firm Mishcon de Reya, was only revealed six years later, after the Princess’s former butler Paul Burrell published a letter in which the Princess made a similar claim.

In a heated courtroom exchange, Michael Mansfield QC, representing Mohamed Fayed, whose son Dodi died alongside the Princess, suggested to Sir David Veness, a former Metropolitan Police commander, that his officers had “sat on” the note because he knew that “the security services or agents of the British state” had murdered the Princess “and you didn’t want this investigated”.

Mr Veness said he “rejected completely” any suggestion that the Princess was murdered, but admitted the note was “potentially relevant” to the investigations into the Princess’s death.

Mohamed Fayed believes his son and the Princess were murdered by MI6 on the orders of Philip, Duke of Edinburgh, to prevent them marrying.

The Princess raised her fears about a plot to kill her during an extraordinary meeting with Lord Mishcon and two of his staff, Maggie Rae and Sandra Davis, during a meeting at Kensington Palace in October 1995.

Lord Mishcon, who was in ill health at the time and has since died, visited the Princess to introduce her to the two partners who were to take over the Princess’s legal work from him.

During the meeting the Princess also said she believed the Queen was about to abdicate in favour of the Charles, Prince of Wales and that Tiggy Legge Bourke, the former Royal nanny whom she believed the Prince wanted to marry, had had “an abortion”.

Lord Mishcon was so concerned about what the Princess had said that he made a full note of the conversation, which was read to the jury at the Royal Courts of Justice in London.

He wrote: “Her Royal Highness said that she had been informed by reliable sources, whom she did not want to reveal, as they would very quickly dry up if she did, that: A: The Queen would be abdicating in April and the Prince of Wales would then be assuming the throne, and B: Efforts would then be made, if not to get rid of her, be it by some accident in her car, such as prepared brake failure or whatever, between now and then, at least to see that she was so injured or damaged as to be declared ‘unbalanced’.

“She was convinced that there was a conspiracy and that she and Camilla Parker Bowles were to be put aside.

“She had also been told that Miss Legge Bourke had been operated on for an abortion and that she, HRH, would soon be in receipt of ‘a certificate’.

“I told HRH that if she really believed her life was being threatened, security measures, including those on her car, must be increased.”

Lord Mishcon set up a meeting with the Princess’s private secretary Patrick Jephson, who said he “half believed” what the Princess said.

Miss Rae said: “It was very clear in my own mind that she thought she was going to be killed.” But she admitted the lawyers did not take Princess Diana’s fears entirely seriously and did not inform the police at the time.

Lord Mishcon gave his note of the meeting to the Metropolitan Police on Sept 18, 1997, less than three weeks after the fatal car crash.

But Sir David Veness, who was formerly in charge of the Royalty and Diplomatic Protection Group, said he did not pass on the note to his French counterparts because there was no evidence at the time that the crash was anything more than a tragic accident.

Mr Mansfield said: “It didn’t need Sherlock Holmes, you don’t need to be experienced in the job, that once Lord Mishcon walks through the door on the 18th of September, you knew that this was relevant, didn’t you?”

Mr Veness said the note was “potentially relevant”, but nothing was done about it until 2003, after another note, written by the Princess to Paul Burrell in October 1995, was published in a newspaper.

The Princess said in the note that: “My husband is planning an accident in my car, brake failure and serious head injury.”

The day after the Burrell letter appeared in a newspaper, Lord Mishcon rang the police to remind them of the existence of his own note. The police responded by passing on the note to the coroner investigating the Princess’s death.

Mr Mansfield said: “I’m going to put it to you bluntly: This note would never have seen the light of day unless Paul Burrell had published his (note) and you suddenly all realized you’ve got a problem?”

Mr Veness said: “No. With regard to the future hearings there would have been a review, and it would have been pertinent to consider it in any discussions with the coroner.”

Mr Mansfield: “Were you just sitting on this note because you knew full well that the security services or agents of the British state, maverick or otherwise, had been involved and you didn’t want this investigated?”

Mr Veness said he “rejected completely” that suggestion.

The coroner, Lord Justice Scott Baker, asked whether it had been relevant to Mr Veness that: “Since the note had been written in October 1995 the Queen hadn’t abdicated, Camilla hadn’t been put aside, and until the tragic collision in August 1997, neither had Diana?”

Mr Veness said: “Yes, that was of relevance.”

-Diana police ‘ignored her crash death warning’ | The Truthseeker

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Princess Diana was murdered alongside my son and police told me she was bumped off

Aug 7, 2017

The dad of Diana’s death crash driver Henri Paul claims UK police told him she was murdered.

Jean Paul fears he will go to his grave without knowing the full story behind the August 1997 crash that killed his son, Diana and her lover Dodi Fayed.

He remains convinced the royal and Dodi were killed to stop the mum of the future King William marrying a Muslim – and the couple’s chauffeur was “collateral damage”.

Despite official inquiries ruling Diana and Dodi died in an accident when French driver Henri crashed their car in a Paris tunnel, Jean insisted they were targeted in an ­Establishment plot.

And he claims some British police investigating the smash also believe the pair were “bumped off”.

Speaking at his home in Lorient, ­Brittany, Jean said: “Diana was killed and my son was killed. I believe they were both murdered.

“My son was simply ­collateral damage of a plot to kill Diana and they killed him as well.

“I am 100 per cent sure he was not involved in this plot. He was too honourable and too honest.

“The English police came here to visit me and sat exactly where you are sitting now.

“Even inside Scotland Yard there are two sides. One believes there was a secret plot to kill Diana, the other believes it was a genuine accident.

“Even today there are too many ­classified secrets with this incident. I have no real hope to know what really happened. Perhaps it will be known in 30 or 50 years.

“I would really like to know before I die but I don’t think it will happen.”

The former council worker angrily hit back at claims Henri, 41, was boozed up at the time of the crash almost 20 years ago. He added: “He was not an alcoholic. He was not a drug addict. That’s just lies.”

He claimed his son’s blood sample could have been swapped or tampered with to make it appear he had drink in his system.

Jean, who saw Henri’s body at a hospital, said: “On that day there were over 20 autopsies that took place and it was easy for the authorities to switch blood samples. That is what I believe happened.”

The jury at Diana’s inquest, which heard from 250 witnesses and lasted three months, found the 36-year-old and Dodi, 42, had been unlawfully killed and the deaths were the result of “gross ­negligence” on the part of Henri and paparazzi following their Mercedes on motorbikes.

In 2013, police ­insisting there was “no credible evidence” behind reports that SAS troops were behind the deaths.

There were also ­allegations a mystery white Fiat Uno could have collided with Diana and Dodi’s car.

But Jean said: “It took them over an hour to get Diana to hospital and that is when they made arrangements to make up the story about the Fiat Uno. It was a diversion and a decoy.

“This was just one of the many things that do not add up. I still cannot believe a street cleaning vehicle was going through the tunnel cleaning up just a few hours after the accident. That is shocking.”

Princess Diana car wreck. Click to enlarge

Princess Diana car wreck.

Dodi’s father Mohamed Al-Fayed also believes his son and Diana were murdered by an Establishment appalled at the idea of having a Muslim wed a royal.

A friend of the former Harrods owner ­reportedly said last week: “Mohamed remains confident that information will emerge confirming his belief that Dodi and Diana were deliberately killed by the security services. He always says, ‘My son was slaughtered.’”...

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Philip isn't the only "royal" with Nazi-ties, no matter how they try to play it down. Elizabeth's uncle Edward, who abdicated the throne, making her dad king, just might have been the Hitler's pawn before a "new plan" had to be made to infiltrate the British Throne.

Were Edward VIII and Wallis Simpson Nazi Sympathizers?

The establishment has always played it up that Edward abdicated the throne for love. Did he? They previously changed their name from their German one to Windsor "for war purposes"; and obviously a pro-German/Hitler sympathizer, could not be on the British Thone.

Royal SHOCK: Did 'pro-German' Edward VIII abdicate over Nazi links – NOT Mrs Simpson?

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It has been reported that it was Edward you taught Elizabeth the Hitler salute.


Queen makes Nazi salute in video

The Dark Side of The Royal Family: King Edward VIII

The Dark Side of The Royal Family King Edward VIII

Perhaps, when Hitler and the Nazis could no longer use Edward; they devised the plan to enthice Elizabeth with another one of their pawns – Philip who essentially grew up with them. And the question is, have the Nazi's run the British Empire for the last 70 years, through Philip? And if his dad was a Nazi sympathizer or even pawn, is Charles now the puppet?

Nazi-control of the throne might not have anything to do with the title "Diana was murdered" - except that many believe Philip (and Charles) ordered Diana to be eliminated, just like Mohamed Al Fayed claimed above. And the British people need to take a long, hard look at the person they have pledged their allegience to in Charles.


The Princess Diana TV Interview That Made History

The Princess of Wales is interviewed by the BBC's Martin Bashir (R) on Nov. 20, 1995 (AFP / Getty Images)

The Princess of Wales is interviewed by the BBC's Martin Bashir (R) on Nov. 20, 1995

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By Jennifer Latson

November 20, 2014 10:30 AM EST

The infidelity itself was hardly news, but when Princess Diana admitted on British TV that she had been unfaithful to Prince Charles, it “plunged the monarchy into the greatest crisis since the Abdication,” the Daily Mail said, referencing King Edward VIII’s 1936 abandonment of his throne to marry a divorced American socialite.

On this day, Nov. 20, in 1995, the BBC aired Diana’s first solo press interview — a stroke of independence made possible by keeping her meeting with BBC’s Martin Bashir secret from Buckingham Palace. She took the opportunity to address the tensions within her marriage, her struggles with postpartum depression and bulimia, and the fact that she had been intimately involved with a man other than the Prince.

Charles had admitted to his own infidelity on a TV documentary the previous year. His longtime affair with Camilla Parker Bowles was no secret when Diana told Bashir, “There were three of us in this marriage, so it was a bit crowded.”

Rumors of her five-year affair with cavalry officer James Hewitt, whom she’d hired as a riding instructor, had already made news as well, partly because he’d profited from the story by collaborating on a tell-all book, Princess in Love. In the interview, Diana said, “Yes, I adored him. Yes, I was in love with him. But I was very let down.”

In her surprise that Hewitt betrayed her, some saw the same naïveté that a young Diana, barely out of her teens, had worn like a veil on her wedding day. Following Diana’s death in a 1997 car crash, Joyce Carol Oates wrote an essay for TIME in which she linked “the drama in the princess’s life” to “her often desperate search for love” and her utter devastation when her husband failed her. Oates wrote:

Of Diana at the time of the wedding, it was said by a former classmate that she was “one of the few virgins of her age around. She was a complete romantic, and she was saving herself for the love of her life, which she knew would come one day.” There is no evidence that Diana would have behaved other than devotedly to her husband and family if she hadn’t been forced to acknowledge that her husband wasn’t only having a clandestine affair with another man’s wife, but had been having this affair for years.

By the early 1990s, when Charles and Diana were already leading separate lives, a biography of Diana revealed that, just a year after her wedding, she had attempted suicide over her suspicions about Charles’ relationship with Camilla. On a 1985 visit to a London hospice, according to TIME, “she let slip a telling comment. ‘The biggest disease this world suffers from,’ she complained, ‘[is] people feeling unloved.’ ”

That was no excuse for airing dirty laundry, however — at least not to the Royal Family. Within a month of Diana’s interview, her press secretary had resigned and the Queen had sent Charles and Diana a letter urging them to divorce quickly.

Read the 1997 special report on Diana’s death, here in the TIME Vault: Death of a Princess

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Princess Diana was know as "The Queen of Hearts", "The People's Princess", by those who see and hear.

Diana, that SAS murder claim and why it may not be as mad as you think: 16 years on, the conspiracy theories won't go away. Sue Reid, who's studied all the evidence, has found tantalising new clues

By Sue Reid for The Mail on Sunday

Published: 18:13 EDT, 30 August 2013 | Updated: 08:44 EDT, 31 August 2013

The final, haunting photo of Princess Diana, taken on the night she died, shows her sitting with her boyfriend Dodi Fayed in the back of a Mercedes car as it roars away from the rear entrance of the Paris Ritz Hotel, heading for the couple’s secret love-nest near the Champs-Elysees.

Diana is twisting her head to peer out of the Mercedes’ rear window, anxiously looking to see if her car is being chased by the paparazzi who had besieged her and Dodi since their arrival in the French capital from a Mediterranean holiday eight hours earlier.

At the wheel is chauffeur Henri Paul. Dodi’s bodyguard Trevor Rees-Jones is in the front passenger seat.

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The haunting last picture taken of Diana shows her peering out the rear window to look for paparazzi. Trevor Ress and chauffeur Henri Paul are also pictured

The haunting last picture taken of Diana shows her peering out the rear window to look for paparazzi. Trevor Ress and chauffeur Henri Paul are also pictured

What happened over the next two minutes is central to a new probe by Scotland Yard into an astonishing claim from an SAS sniper, known as Soldier N, that members of his elite regiment assassinated Diana seconds after the Mercedes sped at 63mph into the notoriously dangerous Pont d’Alma road tunnel.

Many will dismiss Soldier N’s claims as yet another conspiracy theory. After all, millions of words have been written about Diana’s death at 12.20am on Sunday, August 31, 1997.

Two inquiries, by Scotland Yard and the French police, have found the deaths were a tragic accident.
An official inquest, which ended five years ago, came to the same conclusion.

The world was led to believe the blame lay with the grossly negligent driving of an intoxicated Mr Paul and the pursuing paparazzi.

But — however unlikely they may seem at first glance — I am convinced there is something in Soldier N’s claims.

Ever since Diana’s death at the age of 36, I have investigated forensically the events that led up to the crash and what happened afterwards.

I have spoken to eye-witnesses, French and British intelligence officers, SAS soldiers and to friends of Diana and Dodi. And I have interviewed the Brittany-based parents of the 41-year-old chauffeur Henri Paul. They told me, with tears in their eyes, that their son was not a heavy drinker: his chosen potion was a bottle of beer or the occasional Ricard, a liquorice-flavoured aperitif.

The fact is that too many of these accounts suggest that Diana’s death was no accident.

Diana in a hotel lift with Dodi Fayed. Sue Reid believes there may be some truth in he Soldier N's claims

Diana in a hotel lift with Dodi Fayed. Sue Reid believes there may be some truth in he Soldier N's claims

Crucially, my investigations show that the paparazzi who supposedly hounded Diana to her death were not even in the Pont d’Alma tunnel at the time of the car crash.

They also reveal how a high-powered black motorbike — which did not belong to any of the paparazzi — shot past Diana’s Mercedes in the tunnel.

Eyewitnesses say its rider and pillion passenger deliberately caused the car to crash.

In addition, my inquiries unearthed the existence of a shadowy SAS unit that answers to MI6, as well as the names of two MI6 officers who were linked by a number of sources to Diana’s death.

Could the Establishment really have turned Henri Paul and the paparazzi into scapegoats? Could there have been a skilful cover-up by people in powerful places to hide exactly what did happen?

There is little doubt that Diana, recently divorced from Prince Charles, was a thorn in the side of the Royal Family. Her romance with Dodi, though only six weeks old, was serious.

The Princess had given her lover her ‘most precious possession’ — a pair of her deceased father’s cufflinks — and phoned friends, saying she had a ‘big surprise’ for them when she returned from Paris.


Dodi had slipped out of the Ritz Hotel, as Diana was having her hair done, to collect a jewel-encrusted ring adorned with the words ‘Tell Me Yes’ from a swanky Paris jeweller. It came from a collection of engagement rings.

Rumours were circulating, too, that the Princess was pregnant. Photographs of her in a leopard-print swimsuit, on holiday in the South of France 14 days earlier, show an unmistakable bump around her waistline.

And, as the Mail revealed after Diana’s death, she had visited — in the strictest secrecy — a leading London hospital for a pregnancy scan just before that photo was snapped.

To add to the disquiet, the mother of a future King of England and head of the Church of England was threatening to move abroad with her Muslim boyfriend and take the royal Princes, William and Harry, with her....

10 Truly Strange Facts Surrounding Princess Diana’s Death

Article dated October 27, 2016

10 - Swapping Cars At The Last Moment

Although they had used a particular Mercedes throughout the day of their deaths in Paris, when Diana and Dodi went to leave the Ritz Hotel shortly after midnight on the morning of August 31, 1997, a different Mercedes was sent to pick them up. Not only had the car been changed at the very last moment, but there was also no backup car present as there had been throughout the day and was standard practice for such security journeys.

There was also controversy regarding the seat belts and who was and wasn’t wearing them on that last journey. Everyone who knew Diana described her as a “habitual” seat belt–wearer, and they found it hard to believe that she was found to have not been wearing a seat belt. At the same time, the security officer in the vehicle, Trevor Rees-Jones, was found with his seat belt on—unusual for a security officer on such a high-profile job, given that standard practice was for them to not wear seat belts so as not to restrict their movements.

9 - No CCTV Footage Of The ‘Spur Of The Moment’ Route

Instead of taking the quickest route to Dodi’s flat in central Paris, the driver, Henri Paul, instead opted to take a different route that would not only be longer, but would also take them along the River Seine and through the Pont d’Alma tunnel, where the tragic crash occurred.

The reason for this was said to have been to avoid the paparazzi, who had followed the pair all day long. That would seem reasonable, but given that this change of route was said to have been made on the spur of the moment, many people found it suspicious that all 17 CCTV cameras along the route were either turned off or not working at all. Consequently, no footage was captured of their fateful journey—footage that would have been invaluable in determining what happened that evening

8 - The Mystery That Was Henri Paul

Driver Henri Paul was very much blamed for the accident following the crash, mainly due to accusations that he was intoxicated while behind the wheel. However, during the “Diana Inquiry,” as it was labeled by the British media, one medical expert after another cast their serious doubts on both the blood tests that were conducted to establish that Paul was drunk and on his postmortem, which they claimed had over 50 basic errors.

Paul was also found to have been working for both French and British intelligence, and the mystery surrounding him only deepened. Several large payments were made into his account in the months leading up to that evening in Paris. None of these payments were investigated by the inquiry, something which led many who believe there was a cover-up of sorts in place.

7 - Threatening Phone Call Regarding Banning Landmines

In the controversial documentary Unlawful Killing, Simone Simmonds, a longtime friend and associate of Diana’s, spoke of being with the former royal when she received a phone call from a “high ranking [UK] government official” concerning her ongoing campaign for the banning of landmines. According to Simmonds, when Diana passed her the phone so she could hear what was being said, she heard a gentleman say, “Don’t meddle in things you know nothing about because you know accidents can happen.” Simmonds told this version of events during the inquiry into Diana’s death.

Diana very much took this as a genuine threat and already feared that British Intelligence was listening to her phone calls. Incidentally, it was revealed years after her death that even such agencies as the NSA had thousands of transcripts of her phone calls during this time. They refused to release them, however, for reasons of security.

6 - The Letters That Predicted Her Own Death

In the months leading up to her death, Diana sent out letters to two close friends, her butler Paul Burrell and her solicitor Lord Mitchum. In them, she stated quite clearly that the royal family and her husband were “planning her death” and that it would be “a car accident.”

While Burrell went public with his letter and paraded it in the press for all to see, Lord Mitchum passed his letter over to the serving police chief at the time, Lord Condon. Condon withheld the letter from public knowledge, as did his successor, Lord Stevens, for several years—even though it is illegal to withhold evidence in investigations. Despite this, no action was taken against either former police chief, which served to raise an eyebrow or two.

5 - Diana Remained In The Tunnel For 81 Minutes

Diana wasn’t removed from the crippled vehicle for almost 37 minutes after the crash—despite there being little to no damage to her side of the car. It was a total of 81 minutes before the ambulance she had been placed into made its way out of the tunnel and to the hospital.

Despite serious questions about his conduct at the accident scene, Dr. Jean-Marc Martino was not made to appear at the official inquiry into Diana and Dodi’s death. Not only was this decision met with suspicion, but Dr. Martino hasn’t addressed any of the accusations of gross negligence from those who feel his actions that night were far from adequate. Medical experts who testified in court state that had Diana been removed from the scene quicker, she very well may have survived.

4 - Speed Of Ambulance Questioned

When the ambulance finally did leave the scene of the crash and make its way to the hospital, it traveled at a pedestrian pace of 19 kilometers per hour (12 mph). This was also questioned by investigators, researchers, and medical and emergency service experts alike.

The reason given for the slowness was that the ambulance had high-tech medical equipment on board. It was essentially a mobile theater room to allow the emergency team to begin treatment as soon as the patient was inside the ambulance. To travel at high speed would have put this delicate work in danger.

3 - The Infamous White Fiat Uno

To some, the mystery white Fiat Uno was the “smoking gun” of the whole evening. Its presence had been denied at first, but there were paint markings on the remains of the Mercedes, and shattered pieces of red taillight glass matching a Fiat Uno were recovered at the entrance in the tunnel.

It appeared that there was a collision between the Mercedes carrying Diana and Dodi and the white Fiat Uno, which resulted in Henri Paul losing control of the car. Some people, however, have questioned whether the Fiat Uno was there on purpose to facilitate the crash. Suspicions grew more when the car was never officially located despite a nationwide search. It appeared to have vanished into thin air.

Conspiracy theorists pointed to the death of ex-MI6 agent James Andanson, who, officially at least, committed suicide several years following Diana’s death. Andanson owned a white Fiat Uno that had been officially ruled out as the one involved in the crash due to it being too run-down.

2 - Flash Of Light Seen At The Tunnel Entrance

Many witnesses spoke to investigators and the media alike about a bright flash of light they saw at the entrance of the tunnel in the immediate seconds before the Mercedes slammed into the 13th pillar. Many have questioned whether this flash of light had been intentional—maybe to temporarily blind Henri Paul so that he would lose control.

As unlikely as this might be, when former British secret service worker Richard Tomlinson revealed plans he claimed had come from inside British intelligence to assassinate a Serbian politician, the method and result was exactly the same as the fate that awaited Diana. The plan spoke of using a blinding flash of light to blind the driver of the car as it entered a tunnel, ensuring a fatal crash. Coincidence?

1 - Tunnel Cleaned And Reopened Within Hours Of Crash

The crash happened just after midnight local time, but daylight had barely announced itself over Paris several hours later when the tunnel was completely cleaned down, cleansed, and reopened to the public as if nothing at all had happened.

Investigators insisted that they had retrieved everything they needed from the scene, so there was no need to keep the area closed. However, many were critical of the reopening (and possible compromising) of an accident scene so soon—particularly when no real investigation had taken place.

The deep and dark cause of princess Diana's death

All the details about the delays in the ambulance trip to the hospital.

Exodus 20:13 Thou shalt not murder (kill un-Lawfully).

James Now if thou commit no adultery, yet if thou murder, thou art become a transgressor of The Law. 2:12 So speak ye, and so do, as they that shall be judged by the (Royal) Law of Liberty (God's Laws). 2:13 For he shall have Judgment without mercy, that hath showed no mercy; and mercy rejoiceth against judgment.

Diana: The Witnesses In The Tunnel

Diana - The Witnesses In The Tunnel

Is that Laurence Fox narrating?

Taken from video: People massively miss- led... this was clearly no accidental death. The jury blamed the following vehicle NOT paparazzi. Sinister implication? on the contrary there is a very obvious explanation.

Unlawful Killing is a 2011 British documentary film, banned in the UK, directed by Keith Allen (Father of Lily Allen the singer, and Alfie Allen the actor in Game of Thrones). It is about the deaths of Diana, Princess of Wales, and Dodi Fayed on 31 August 1997.

On this day in 1981, ITN's cameras travelled to Romsey to join hundreds of well-wishers in seeing the newly-wedded Prince and Princess of Wales off on their honeymoon.

The Royal Honeymoon: Princess Diana and Prince Charles Leave for Gibraltar (1981) | Royal History

Following the wedding ceremony on Wednesday 29 July, Prince Charles and Princess Diana had spent three very private days at Broadlands near Romsey (where Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Philip had also spent their wedding night). On 1 August, Charles and Diana departed for Southampton Airport along a route lined with members of the public. ITN's Brent Sadler spoke to crowds waiting at the gates of Broadlands and provided live commentary as the couple left, while Alastair Stewart was on the tarmac at Southampton to give coverage as Charles and Diana boarded their flight to Gibraltar.

UK: Secret Suspicious Princess Diana Death Finally Buried As Mohamed Al Fayed Expires

Al Fayed said he knew Prince Phillip had Dodi and the Princess murdered because he did NOT approve of an Egyptian soiling the Royal Family.

Al Fayed, a self-made Egyptian businessman who also once owned the Fulham Football Club, was devastated by the death of son Dodi Fayed in the car crash in Paris with Princess Diana 26 years ago. He spent the rest of his life mourning the loss and fighting the British establishment he blamed for their deaths.

Al Fayed was convinced that Dodi and Diana were killed in a conspiracy masterminded by Prince Philip, the husband of Queen Elizabeth II. He maintained the royal family arranged the accident because they did not like Diana dating an Egyptian.

In 2008, Al Fayed told an inquest the list of alleged conspirators included Philip, then Prince Charles, former Prime Minister Tony Blair, Diana’s sister Sarah McCorquodale, two former London police chiefs and the CIA.

Unearthed Princess Diana Audio Exposes Troubling Times, Thoughts on Marriage and Baby Harry

Snippets of audio tapes that will be used in the documentary, “Diana: The Rest of Her Story,” were released Friday according to Good Morning America

“My husband won’t even talk to Mummy, barely, because at Harry’s christening, Charles went up to [her] and said, ‘You know, we’re so disappointed. We thought it’d be a girl,'” Diana said.

“And Mummy snapped his head off and said, ‘You should realize how lucky you are to have a child that’s normal,'” Diana said, noting the incident had consequences.

Dr. James Colthurst, who gave the tapes to Andrew Morton, Diana’s biographer, said Charles’s affair with Camilla Parker Bowles, now so-called queen Camilla, had a severe impact on Diana.

Tom Jennings, director and executive producer of the new documentary, said it has a different concept than any project previously done about Diana.

"... It would be like Diana is narrating her own film,'” Jennings said.

The documentary is expected to be released in 2024. Continues at link.