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Posted on 06/15/2005 6:57:55 AM PDT by phoenix_004
Speculations that Princess Diana's death may be more than an accident have gained further momentum, after recent discoveries revealed that her chauffeur reportedly received mystery payments amounting to 142,000 dollars, just weeks before she died in the car he was driving.
Chauffeur Henri Paul died along with Diana and her lover Dodi Al Fayed when the Mercedes he was driving crashed in an underpass in Paris, France in August 1997.
British detectives investigating the tragedy have fuelled speculation that Paul was being paid by British secret service agents, by revealing the staggering sums he received from British banks just before the fatal accident.
Financial investigators have also revealed Paul had staggering amounts of money in 13 bank accounts around the world, despite earning just 38,000 pounds, a year as a driver for Paris' Ritz hotel.
"Money was drafted over to Paul from accounts in England. As far as the investigation is concerned, this is a crucial breakthrough,"a source close to the inquiry was quoted by Femalefirst, as saying.
"We have always wanted to get to the bottom of who was paying Henri Paul all this cash and now we're getting closem," they added.
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It was an accident, you freaking lunatics.
Elvis did it.
I could really care less what happened or didn't happen to some British royal.
I thought we Americans shook all that off over 200 years ago?
She's (still) dead, Jim.
A paid murder/suicide. He put a hit on himself. Was he Muslim?
my thoughts exactly!!!
What was the last thing to go through Diana's mind?
The rear window.
Famous people never die an untimely death, they are just on permanent vacation in Conspiracy Theory Land.
This brilliant plan by the British Secret Service ("Kill Di? Righ-to, Chief, no problem") required that she not wear her seatbelt. Something she was famous for doing and insisting her two children did as well.
LOL! Great photo.
Let me make sure I understand this. The chauffeur was paid $142,000 to commit suicide?
Not much of a deal for him.
"Elvis did it."
You mean it wasn't MJ? I thought this story might explain why he is, according to LMS reports, nearly broke. Who would'a thunk it - paying Diana's driver...
Tin foil hat alert!
Yeah. An accident. A very convenient accident.
An ex-Princess and mother of the heirs apparent to the British throne get seriously involved with a wealthy Muslim.
As long as she is alive her former husband has a cloud hanging over him as a divorced man with respect to succeeding his brain dead mother.
A incredibly freak accident occurs, conveniently, outside England in which she is killed.
Persoanlly, although I have no PROOF, I BELIEVE very strongly the idiot Windsors had her done in so Prince Charlie would be free to marry the love of his life - Horseface Camilla Parker-Bowles, and then succeed his equally mentally challenged mother as King.
I can understand why the English would want a Monarch as the titular head of State. Its part of tradition. There was always a King or Queen in Britain going back to before Anglo-Saxon days. Tradition is great and an important part of any nation's cultural heritage.
But for the life of me, I can't understand why the English people tolerate such a collection of mentally challenged, arrogant, scandalously wealthy, totally useless, scandal-ridden morons like the Windsors.
They should have another "Glorious Revolution" as in 1688, kick out these parasites and invite in another monarch from a more functional and mentally stable royal family, like from the Netherlands or Norway for instance to replace these creepy Windsors a.k.a Saxe-Coburg Gotha a.k.a House of Hanover misfits.
Then why did the Brits wait so long to do their own inquest? Maybe because the Brits aren't entirely certain themselves? Makes one wonder.
"It was an accident, you freaking lunatics."
And Oswald was the lone gunman.
All it would require for a divorced person to succeed to the throne is an Act of Parliament.
Murdering anyone wasn't necessary and the risk/reward ratio is out of whack.
If it were provable that the royal family actually plotted her death, the monarchy would come to an end.
That's a far worse outcome than a divorced monarch.
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