Sunday, December 18, 2005

Diana and the security services

The Daily Express, 19 december 2005, claimed that French authorities were in a "blind panic" over a deadline requiring them to answer whether Princess Diana was pregnant when she died.

'A known and respected French journalist related that a physician he knows personally, who works at Pitie Salpetriere, told him that blood tests taken upon Diana's arrival showed she was indeed pregnant. This physician, who identified his source as one of the doctors who operated on the Princess, then said that when he looked in Diana's medical dossier several days after her death, all the test results had been removed.'

Princess Diana told friends that she would be killed in a car crash.

Henri Paul was the Paris Ritz security man who was driving the Mercedes in which Diana crashed. Allegedly, Henri Paul worked for MI6.

'World renowned forensic scientist Dr James Sprott has provided evidence that Henri Paul was not drunk when the Mercedes crashed. The alcohol in Henri Paul's body was created after the crash.' :: View topic - Diana's Driver 'Was Sober'

James Andanson is suspected of being the driver of the white Fiat Uno which, according to witnesses, came into contact with the Mercedes. Paint from a white Fiat was found on the Mercedes.

Reportedly, Andanson had worked for MI5.

'Three months after Diana died, Andanson was found dead in a field in France. Some French police investigators have confided privately they believe Andanson was abducted and murdered.' EXCLUSIVE - Diana Murder Coverup Turns Deadly


The death of Princess Diana: What caused the crash at the Point d'Alma?
by Seán Mac Mathúna and John Heathcote:

... it's possible that one of the vehicles (a white Fiat Uno) rams the Mercedes just before the crash "causing it to spin out of control" (The Guardian, November 13th, 1997).

As the Mercedes gets nearer the tunnel, a motorbike prevents one car (driven by Brenda Wells) from taking the approach road that leads to the tunnel.

It's possible that a remote-controlled device was used - causing an explosion (reported by CNN) which was heard by witnesses - that disabled the driving controls and electronics of the Mercedes.

A strobe light was also used to disable the driver on the final seconds before it entered the tunnel - which some witnesses claim was completely dark as the lights had been tuned off minutes earlier.

After hearing an explosion and then a bang, witnesses ran to the scene - only to be told to "back off" by an unknown person to runs towards them out of the tunnel from the direction of the crashed car.

A second person, whose identity is also unknown, was seen in the Mercedes removing the drivers head off the car horn.

Witnesses also report that a helicopter was seen above just before the crash - was it monitoring events on the ground ?

As the electricity has been cut in the tunnel [according to the
Lobster (winter 1999), link], the traffic cameras don't work, thus ensuring there is no video evidence of the Mercedes final approach to the tunnel, or what vehicles can be seen leaving it.

One witness, Gary Hunter saw two vehicles race out of the tunnel, others saw a motorbike.

A car was used to block the route of the Mercedes thus forcing it onto the road that leads to the tunnel at the Point d'Alma as witnessed by Thierry H; At least one of the paparazzi on a fast motorbike chasing the Mercedes was working for MI6 (according to Tomlinson).

At least two cars may have been involved in causing the crash (one may have carried personnel that used a strobe light to blind the driver (Brenda Wells) another may have used some kind of electronic interference device that seized up the cars electronics (potentially up to four people);
Witnesses saw a helicopter above just before the crash - was it monitoring events on the ground and relaying them back to a control centre (the British Embassy where Tomlinson claims that up to six MI6 officers were stationed over that weekend) ?

Who was the motorcyclist who forced Brenda Wells off the road ?

Who were the two people seen near the Mercedes seconds after the crash, and before the paparazzi and stunned onlookers reached the scene ?

The death of Diana's bodyguard Barry Mannakee in 1987:

[Princess Diana'a] bodyguard Barry Mannakee (who is rumoured to have become her lover in 1985) died in unexplained motorbike crash in 1987. Afterwards, according to the former Conservative MP Charles Wardle, Diana feared for her life.

In a speech in the House of Commons (Hansard, 22nd June 1999), Wardle stated:

"Diana's remarks to Al Fayed concerned the royal household's antipathy to her; its habitually close links with the security services; the manipulation, interference, and control, as she saw it, exercised by official's of the household; her conviction, based on what she said she had been told, that Barry Mannakee's death was not an accident; and her apprehension that she, too, would be assassinated"

A plot to assassinate Milosevic in 1992:

... Tomlinson has now published The Big Breach, his account of his service in MI6 in Russia in January 2001 // ...

During the 1990's, MI6 is alleged to have been involved in two attempts to kill leaders of foreign government's: President Milosevic of the Yugoslav Republic of Serbia in 1992, and Libya's leader, Colonel Muammar Gaddafi, in 1996.

Although it appears that the initial attempt to kill Milosevic was abandoned, during NATO's air campaign against Yugoslavia in 1999, a second attempt was made to kill him and his family, when his house was hit by missiles from US bombers. ... in 1986, US bombers flew from Britain to kill Gaddafi and his family - they failed, but 55 civilians in Tripoli, along with his daughter died in the attack. //

David Shayler told the BBC, that he that learned MI6 had channeled US $160,000 to an underground, Islamic fundamentalist group in Libya to assassinate Gaddafi in ... 1996 ...

Report of allegation of MI6 use of Osama bin Laden's al Qaeda:

The British media have been gagged from reporting sensational courtroom evidence of former MI5 spy David Shayler, including his alleged proof that the British secret service paid $270,000 for al Qaeda terrorists to assassinate Libyan leader Muammar Gaddafi in 1986.


Excerpt from a 5-14-98 London Mirror story by Oonagh Blackman...

This (an alleged CIA document) is one of the five secret papers put up as proof that Princess Diana and Dodi Fayed were murdered. It is part of the amazing dosier offered for 10 million (Pound Sterling...about $16 million dollars) to Dodi's father, Harrod's owner Mohammed Al Fayed, and now obtained by the Mirror.

Mr. Fayed believes the Diana papers, said to originate from the US Central Intelligence Agency, back his conviction that the British establishment masterminded a conspiracy against his son and the Princess. But despite repeated requests, the CIA has refused to say whether the documents are genuine. Mr. Al Fayed said yesterday, "I intend to establish the truth behind the tragic events in Paris last August." "We are still waiting for the CIA to pronounce on the authenticity of the documents."

One file headed "Foreign Intelligence Information Report" contains comments attributed to the Duke Of Edinburgh and the Prime Minister about the 'disastrous' relationship between Dodi and Diana. It highlights a request from the security service MI6 for a "permanent solution to the Dodi problem" and details plans to sabotage an Al Fayed Mercedes - "stolen and returned with electronics missing."

The report is dated June 17, 1997, just over three weeks before Diana and Dodi began their fateful romance aboard a yacht in the Mediterranean. MI6 Director David Spedding is named in one telex and a squad from the Israeli secret service Mossad, referred to as the "K-Team", appears in another. The Diana Papers are littered with codes and abbreviations.


They were seized in an Amsterdam hotel room three weeks ago when Mr. Al Fayed's security chief, backed by two FBI agents, met a middleman who was demanding 10 million (Pound Sterling) for them. The intermediary, 67 year old Oswald LeWinter, was arrested and is now in solitary confinement in a Vienna police cell.


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