Princess Diana: The Evidence

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SP Books, 2007 - True Crime - 320 pages
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The book that the British government tried to ban! British investigative journalists Jon King and John Beveridge have maintained from the outset that they were informed of a plot to assassinate Princess Diana one week before her death. Three years ago, Royal Butler Paul Burrell's revelations confirmed their claim. In an astonishing letter written ten months before her death, Princess Diana confirmed that a plot to assassinate her in a 'road traffic accident' was indeed planned and carried out by order of the British Royal Establishment. The letter, owned by Burrell and written by Diana in October 1996, reads: "This particular phase in my life is the most dangerous. My husband is planning an accident in my car, brake failure and serious head injury, in order to make the path clear for him to marry". Ten months later, on 23 August 1997, one week before her death, the authors were informed of this same plot to kill Diana. The EVIDENCE they uncovered during their subsequent investigation is truly disturbing. . .
 

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I certainly have a feeling that Diana has been murdered out of all the facts that has been publisedh on all the books follwoing her death.I just hope the murderers are caught even though it seems impossible considering there are losts of powerful people behind her murder.
I just hope Camella and prince ask for forgiveness for the torture they meeted on the princess before they die.As a christian i hate to say this but i just pray that they are really sorry for what they did to the princess.I hope Princess Dianas Sons will be able to bring justice to her death or at least be free of all the mystery related to her death.
 

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A disturbing view of the murky underbelly of British intelligence and its role in the assassination of Diana, Princess of Wales. A cautionary tale for anyone who naively believes the British Establishment is just a gaggle of senile old men. They are ruthless.

Contents

Acknowledgements
9
Introduction
11
The Princess And The Playbor
17
A MilitaryPrecise Operation
23
The Witnesses
35
The Clinic
47
Drunk At The Wheel
55
The Fiat Uno And The Missing Tyre Marks
63
M16 In Paris
171
The CIA
185
JFK
193
Loose Cannon
205
The Landmines Treaty
219
The Backlash
229
The Secret Letters
241
A Provocative Conclusion
249

The Rescue Operation
75
The Avebury Meeting Part 1
91
The Avebury Meeting Part 2
103
Secret Files
113
The Squidgygate Affair
127
Camilla And The Constitutional Crisis
139
A Dress Rehearsal For Murder
155
Semper Occultus
165
Death Of The Missing Fiat Uno Driver
263
Pregnant
275
Summing Up
285
Addendum
293
Footnote
315
Bibliography
317
Copyright

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