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  • Ankilema
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    Folks, today is the 6th anniversary of Lady Di death...that's why news posted on this thread came out at this point in time, I suppose. Here is a site remembering her

    http://www.greatdreams.com/princess.htm

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  • Ajlin
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    Ha! Now that's truly interesting! Now another theory is that Diana was in fact pregnant by Dodi and the two were soon to announce their plans to marry in November.

    Anyway, here it is an article published lately by AFP:

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    Inquest into death of Diana to be announced next week

    LONDON (AFP) - A British inquest into the Paris car crash that killed Princess Diana is to be finally held six years after she died. Royal coroner Michael Burgess is set to announce a date for the inquest next week, said the Daily Mirror. "By early next week we should have a date," the tabloid quoted a local government spokesman as saying. The inquiry "is likely to start sooner rather than later", said the spokesman for the government council in Surrey, south of London, where Diana's lover Dodi Fayed, who also died in the crash, is buried.

    The Daily Mirror said Burgess was waiting to see if he can conduct a joint inquest on Diana and Dodi. "It may be that both inquests are held by Mr Burgess," said the spokesman. The paper said it was unsure whether the inquest would be held in public as the government and Buckingham Palace may argue that by doing so national security could be compromised. Dodi's father, Egyptian-born tycoon Mohammed Al Fayed, has long campaigned for a public inquiry, claiming the crash was the result of foul play. Dodi and Diana were in the back seat of a limousine -- pursued by photographers on motorbikes -- when it crashed inside a road tunnel in the French capital on August 31, 1997. Only Diana's bodyguard survived. French judges concluded that the crash was due to the fact that the driver had been drinking and the car was travelling too fast. Diana was divorced from Britain's heir to the throne Prince Charles at the time of her death.



    http://story.news.yahoo.com/news?tmp...a_030829095851

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  • quatrain
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    NATIONAL EXAMINER, Sep 2, 2003

    Di DNA Shocker
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    by Francesca Michael

    Princess Diana believed her lover James Hewitt was the father of Prince Harry, and the shocking secret eventually led to her death. That's the stunning conclusion of acclaimed author Nicholas Davies in a blockbuster new book.

    Diana even considered getting a DNA test to prove once and for all that Hewitt was Henry's dad, Davies writes in "Diana: Secrets & Lies" (AMI Books) On the sixth anniversary of Diana's tragic death, Davies reveals that he believes she was murdered to prevent her from further embarrassing the royals. "Davies' shocking revelations will set the Windsors reeling" says one palace insider. "He is known to not only have very good reasons close to the royal court, but also extensive contacts within the British and international secret services."

    The revelation that Prince Charles was not Harry's father would make Diana's husband a figure of ridicule, says Davies, and the princess was becoming so beloved worlwide that the other royals were treated as mere non-entities. Her fate was sealed when she decided to use her fame to try to ease the world's refugee problem. Diana's political influence became so threatening to the British establishment and the royal family that it was decided to eliminate her. Davies says British agents, with the help of the French secret service and the knowledge of the CIA, first sabotaged Diana's seat belt and then forced her limo to crash at high speed, causing her death in Paris on August 31, 1997.

    Davies reveals, for the first time, that lonely Diana's love affair with Hewitt began not in 1986, as the handsome army officer has claimed, but 3 years earlier. He writes: "In late 1983 Charles was informed by his Private Secretary, Sir Edward Adeane, that the princess had become involved with a young cavalry officer. Harry was born in September 1984. While Diana did not realize that her husband knew of her affair, Charles was clearly alarmed at the new baby's appearance and said: "He's even got rusty hair." There was no hint of red in his own thinning thatch but Hewitt's wavy auburn locks were a turn-on for Diana. "Prince Charles prayed the baby would not look anything like Hewitt because he knew there was still a slight possibility the baby could be his," writes Davies.

    "Diana was not absolutely certain that Harry was Hewitt's child," writes Davies. "But she was fairly confident that he was. At one stage, she toyed with the idea of a DNA test but decided against it." The princess lived with one growing fear, though. As Harry grew older, his resemblance to Hewitt grew more and more remarkable. "There were whispers, knowing nods and eventually a virtual certainty," says the palace insider. "Many people close to Diana came to accept that Harry was a love child."

    Key to the plot to kill Diana was the theft of the Mercedes that eventually became the death car. The vehicle's mystery disappearance for 16 days in the months preceeding Diana's death gave agents the opportunity to work on it. With evil skill, French agents transformed it from the safest car on the roads to a coffin. They then set up an ambush in which Diana's chauffeur Henri Paul was blinded by a piercing light -- a technique used previously in assassinations -- and lost control of the speeding vehicle.

    In one chilling operation, Diana was removed from the world stage where she threatened the established order -- and the British royals were protected from her ever confessing that Hewitt was the father of her second son.

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  • quatrain
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    The Truth About Lady Diana

    NATIONAL EXAMINER, Sep 2, 2003

    Di DNA Shocker
    ____________________
    by Francesca Michael

    Princess Diana believed her lover James Hewitt was the father of Prince Harry, and the shocking secret eventually led to her death. That's the stunning conclusion of acclaimed author Nicholas Davies in a blockbuster new book.

    Diana even considered getting a DNA test to prove once and for all that Hewitt was Henry's dad, Davies writes in "Diana: Secrets & Lies" (AMI Books) On the sixth anniversary of Diana's tragic death, Davies reveals that he believes she was murdered to prevent her from further embarrassing the royals. "Davies' shocking revelations will set the Windsors reeling" says one palace insider. "He is known to not only have very good reasons close to the royal court, but also extensive contacts within the British and international secret services."

    The revelation that Prince Charles was not Harry's father would make Diana's husband a figure of ridicule, says Davies, and the princess was becoming so beloved worlwide that the other royals were treated as mere non-entities. Her fate was sealed when she decided to use her fame to try to ease the world's refugee problem. Diana's political influence became so threatening to the British establishment and the royal family that it was decided to eliminate her. Davies says British agents, with the help of the French secret service and the knowledge of the CIA, first sabotaged Diana's seat belt and then forced her limo to crash at high speed, causing her death in Paris on August 31, 1997.

    Davies reveals, for the first time, that lonely Diana's love affair with Hewitt began not in 1986, as the handsome army officer has claimed, but 3 years earlier. He writes: "In late 1983 Charles was informed by his Private Secretary, Sir Edward Adeane, that the princess had become involved with a young cavalry officer. Harry was born in September 1984. While Diana did not realize that her husband knew of her affair, Charles was clearly alarmed at the new baby's appearance and said: "He's even got rusty hair." There was no hint of red in his own thinning thatch but Hewitt's wavy auburn locks were a turn-on for Diana. "Prince Charles prayed the baby would not look anything like Hewitt because he knew there was still a slight possibility the baby could be his," writes Davies.

    "Diana was not absolutely certain that Harry was Hewitt's child," writes Davies. "But she was fairly confident that he was. At one stage, she toyed with the idea of a DNA test but decided against it." The princess lived with one growing fear, though. As Harry grew older, his resemblance to Hewitt grew more and more remarkable. "There were whispers, knowing nods and eventually a virtual certainty," says the palace insider. "Many people close to Diana came to accept that Harry was a love child."

    Key to the plot to kill Diana was the theft of the Mercedes that eventually became the death car. The vehicle's mystery disappearance for 16 days in the months preceeding Diana's death gave agents the opportunity to work on it. With evil skill, French agents transformed it from the safest car on the roads to a coffin. They then set up an ambush in which Diana's chauffeur Henri Paul was blinded by a piercing light -- a technique used previously in assassinations -- and lost control of the speeding vehicle.

    In one chilling operation, Diana was removed from the world stage where she threatened the established order -- and the British royals were protected from her ever confessing that Hewitt was the father of her second son.
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