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#164769
In The Know

Diana programme absolutely gripping 4 Months, 1 Week ago  
Good to have the memory refreshed and put the incidents into context.
 
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#164770
In The Know

Re:Diana programme absolutely gripping 4 Months, 1 Week ago  
Excellent.

... and as if to further underline what a weird unbalanced family she had married into, they follow this programme with the film "The Kings Speech" showing what a gibbering idiot a previous generation of the twitchy Charles had produced !
 
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#164776
Re:Diana programme absolutely gripping 4 Months, 1 Week ago Karma: 3
Like we suspected,there was nothing we didnt already know.

Crikey, wasn't the king's speech dull! I had a job to stay awake.
 
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#164790
Re:Diana programme absolutely gripping 4 Months, 1 Week ago Karma: 50
I have no interest at all in Diana. My friend Michael sat next to her at a formal dinner and had a two hour conversation with her; said she was a pleasant but brain dead Sloanie.
 
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#164791
Spee

Re:Diana programme absolutely gripping 4 Months, 1 Week ago  
JK2006 wrote:
I have no interest at all in Diana. My friend Michael sat next to her at a formal dinner and had a two hour conversation with her; said she was a pleasant but brain dead Sloanie.

No interest, like me - completely amazing that some people find the subject 'absolutely gripping' after enduring it for decades...


 
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#164809
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Re:Diana programme absolutely gripping 4 Months, 1 Week ago  
JK2006 wrote:
brain dead Sloanie.

...well, she's dead - thats for sure.

Now, lets see ... who benefited most from her death?
 
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#164810
In The Know

Re:Diana programme absolutely gripping 4 Months, 1 Week ago  
honey!oh sugar sugar. wrote:
Like we suspected,there was nothing we didnt already know.

Crikey, wasn't the king's speech dull! I had a job to stay awake.


True, honey! - but the context needed refreshing (after 20 years).

I don't think there are many doubts these days that she was murdered.
There is no interest in persuing the detail of the case (I wonder why !)

I wonder how many of those who have "no interest" (but have an opinion !) were watching some silly little football match, or watching a few druggies run round a field?

No interest - and no brains !!!!
 
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#164813
Spee

Re:Diana programme absolutely gripping 4 Months, 1 Week ago  
Absolutely gripping - yes.

For run of the mill conspiracy theorists!


Prince Philip, MI5/6, CIA, FSB or?


 
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#164815
Jo

Re:Diana programme absolutely gripping 4 Months, 1 Week ago  
It's strange how famous people have to die in fancy conspiratorial ways, it can never be something mundane. Whereas, if an ordinary person is killed in a car crash everyone accepts it.
 
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#164816
Re:Diana programme absolutely gripping 4 Months, 1 Week ago Karma: 50
And you've summed it up beautifully Jo; celebrities equal Great Stories which always, always need to be exaggerated and inflated.
 
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#164817
Spee

Re:Diana programme absolutely gripping 4 Months, 1 Week ago  
Spee wrote:

Prince Philip, MI5/6, CIA, FSB or?


Or - as has been suggested - the Mafia, Opus Dei, Aston Villa, the Smurfs, Jack Sparrow, the WI, Shergar, AACTC and the NUT!?


 
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#164818
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Re:Diana programme absolutely gripping 4 Months, 1 Week ago  
Jo wrote:
It's strange how famous people have to die in fancy conspiratorial ways, it can never be something mundane. Whereas, if an ordinary person is killed in a car crash everyone accepts it.

There are 101 questions left unanswered ....

Why has the white car never been found?
Why did the ambulance (doing the same route for years) "get lost"?
Why was the ambulance parked-up in a side street?
Why was the body embalmed (illegal, actually) so quickly?

All very very convenient for some.

Nothing so wonderful as being blind and not wanting to see !
 
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#164822
Re:Diana programme absolutely gripping 4 Months, 1 Week ago Karma: 3
Jo wrote:
It's strange how famous people have to die in fancy conspiratorial ways, it can never be something mundane. Whereas, if an ordinary person is killed in a car crash everyone accepts it.

If an ordinary someone who was a stickler for seatbelts, had clearly said that her family might kill her, and people would gain from her death, was killed by a drunken driver who appeared to be sober I would question it.
 
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#164825
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Re:Diana programme absolutely gripping 4 Months, 1 Week ago  
In The Know wrote:
Jo wrote:
It's strange how famous people have to die in fancy conspiratorial ways, it can never be something mundane. Whereas, if an ordinary person is killed in a car crash everyone accepts it.

There are 101 questions left unanswered ....

Why has the white car never been found?
Why did the ambulance (doing the same route for years) "get lost"?
Why was the ambulance parked-up in a side street?
Why was the body embalmed (illegal, actually) so quickly?

All very very convenient for some.

Nothing so wonderful as being blind and not wanting to see !



Defintely the work of Aston Villa!ยก


 
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#164829
Jo

Re:Diana programme absolutely gripping 4 Months, 1 Week ago  
In The Know wrote:
Why has the white car never been found? Didn't exist or was sold or scrapped like other cars?
Why did the ambulance (doing the same route for years) "get lost"? New driver? Trying a quicker route?
Why was the ambulance parked-up in a side street? Why didn't they ask the driver?
Why was the body embalmed (illegal, actually) so quickly? Summer weather? To make her presentable?

There could be simple answers to these questions. I find the idea that the royals bumped her off frankly ridiculous, not to say obscene.
 
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#164830
Spee

Re:Diana programme absolutely BORING 4 Months, 1 Week ago  
Jo - most rational people would agree with your last point.

Sadly ITK - a small town purveyor of daftness and theories - is not one of us/them!

Maybe she knew too much, was an alien or was learning to be a Druid or fairground caterer...



 
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#164840
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Re:Diana programme absolutely gripping 4 Months ago  
honey!oh sugar sugar. wrote:
If an ordinary someone who was a stickler for seatbelts, had clearly said that her family might kill her, and people would gain from her death, was killed by a drunken driver who appeared to be sober I would question it.

Far easier to "toe the line" and dismiss anything as a "conspiracy theory", honey!

They are still looking for Ben Needham 30 years later, and Maddie has been missing so long she probably has triplets by now, but the Diana "search" has been buried under a pile of mis-information, and phoney inquiries.

... and why should it be any different? - THEY got what they wanted, didn't they?
 
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#164844
Spee

Re:Diana programme absolutely gripping 4 Months ago  
In The Know wrote:
THEY got what they wanted, didn't they?


Villa or Jack Sparrow!?


 
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#164845
Re:Diana programme absolutely gripping 4 Months ago Karma: 3
In The Know wrote:
honey!oh sugar sugar. wrote:
If an ordinary someone who was a stickler for seatbelts, had clearly said that her family might kill her, and people would gain from her death, was killed by a drunken driver who appeared to be sober I would question it.

Far easier to "toe the line" and dismiss anything as a "conspiracy theory", honey!

They are still looking for Ben Needham 30 years later, and Maddie has been missing so long she probably has triplets by now, but the Diana "search" has been buried under a pile of mis-information, and phoney inquiries.

... and why should it be any different? - THEY got what they wanted, didn't they?


The way I see it is that if you look back through history there are cases of prominent figures being bumped off (sometimes by family,though I am not suggesting this happened to Diana) and the public not knowing at the time, and lots of other things that were covered up or undisclosed.
It seems naive to think that nothing like that could happen now.
Times change,but people dont.
I have no idea if she was murdered or not,but the circumstances,in my opinion,were suspicious enough to be investigated,just like (I hope) for anyone else.
 
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#164846
Spee

Re:Diana - and other conspiracy theories... 4 Months ago  
Just a few conspiracy theories:-


The Aids virus was created in a laboratory

Fake moon landings - NASA

Assassination - JFK

Roswell flying saucer crash - 1947

Shakespeare was someone else

Shergar disappearance

Harold Wilson was a Soviet agent

Global warming is a hoax

Pan Am Flight 103 - CIA/Drugs/Bomb

July 7, 2005 London Tube bombings


and the death of Diana



 
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