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Scotland Yard Reexamining Princess Diana’s Death

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Princess Diana died in a car crash in 1997, and ever since, people have been donning their conspiracy caps and saying who really killed Diana and why the official investigation wasn’t enough for them.

Well, maybe this will please them. British police are reexamining Princess Diana’s Death. Why? Oh, I don’t know, but isn’t it SUSPICIOUS that Naomi Watts is coming out with a PRINCESS DIANA MOVIE???!! WAKE UP, SHEEPLE!!!

From USA Today:

British media and the Associated Press reported that Scotland Yard is examining the “relevance and credibility” of newly received information relating to the deaths of Diana and her companion, Dodi Fayed, who also was killed, along with their driver, in a car crash in a Paris traffic tunnel on Aug. 31, 1997.

What information could they have that has not already been examined by the French police, the British police and by a British coroner’s inquiry? The Yard is not saying.

Its statement said only that the assessment will be carried out by officers from its specialist crime and operations unit.

If you want to learn more about the case and Diana’s life, then don’t watch this trailer for the upcoming film, because it offers nothing.

Anyone want to share their own Princess Diana death theories? I’d love to hear ’em! (Not sarcasm, swear.)

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  • I remember in the summer of ’98 my mom and I had a delayed flight in London on the way to the Med. We met a man in a cafe who was a retired body guard for the Royal family. A conversation about the late Diana started and he said there were many things about that night that he was legally obligated to keep quiet about. When we asked about the driver and how he could have possibly been deemed fit to drive when he was allegedly drunk (or high), the man said, “there were enough drugs pumped into that man’s system to have knocked out a horse; makes you pause and think, doesn’t it?” He said very little else about the subject, but there are things about this case that the public will never know about unless a brass-balled whistle blower decides to come forward.

  • The driver was given a clean bill of health by the same doctor my friend sees in France. Apparently he barely had any alcohol in his system at the time. My theory is that his drink was spiked by someone before he went on that fateful drive.

  • I remember waking up and we were having breakfast listening to the radio when we heard she had died in Paris. Anyway, I’m pretty sure it was murder. Whether it was intentional or just an intimidatory tactic that went wrong, I don’t know.