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Post by hiorta on Sat Aug 06, 2011 11:34 am

"Jack the Ripper" was Winston Churchill's Father

According to John Hamer, the Masonic ritual murder of four prostitutes was carried out by Winston Churchill's father, Lord Randolph Spencer Churchill, 1849-1895. The prostitutes were blackmailing the royal family.
John Hamer. john@pegasusracingclub.com

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http://www.henrymakow.com/jacktheripperwas.html

John Hamer, 59, has a horse-racing business in Yorkshire. This is an excerpt from his book, 'The Falsification of History - Our Distorted Reality' which will be published in mid 2012.
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"Churchill was not only the 'brains' behind the entire operation, but was also personally responsible for the cutting of Masonic emblems and symbols into the bodies of the victims, whilst William Gull's surgeon's hands performed the organ removals."



The story begins in the late summer of 1888, the heyday of Queen Victoria's reign, in the gas-lit streets of London, when a woman's horrifically mutilated body was discovered in a shabby slum street in the Whitechapel area of east London....

On the evening of the 31st August 1888 the body of Mary Ann Nicholls, a common prostitute, was found prostrate on a pavement. She had been brutally hacked to death, her throat having been slit. Devastating cuts to her torso exposed her internal organs. She was the first of five victims of the now legendary killer 'Jack the Ripper'.

The so-called 'Ripper' murders came under the jurisdiction of the London Metropolitan Police Force and in particular an Inspector by the name of Frederick George Abberline.

It is important to note that the diaries of Frederick Abberline did not see light of day until around 70 years after the unsolved murders. They were in the possession of Walter Sickert, art tutor to Prince Albert Victor, the Duke of Clarence otherwise known by his colloquial name of 'Prince Eddy'.

Eddy was the eldest son of Albert Edward the Prince of Wales (later King Edward VII) and Princess Alexandra (later Queen Alexandra), the grandson of the reigning monarch, Queen Victoria and older brother of the future king of England, King George V and as such would have been first in line to the throne.

Unfortunately, due to centuries of Royal in-breeding, Eddy was partially deaf and of well below average intelligence and was thus shunned by the majority of his cold-hearted family.

Queen Victoria, the reigning monarch at the time was a great supporter and patron of Freemasonry as were all the Royal males of the age (and as they still are today). Indeed it was the Saxe-Coburg-Gotha family (the current British royals) had sponsored the rise of Adam Weishaupt, the founder of the Illuminati, originally a Freemasonry offshoot, in Bavaria in the 18th century. Weishaupt was indeed born and raised in the Bavarian town of Gotha.

There are several Masonic lodges in the Royal palaces of Britain, the most significant one perhaps being the Royal Alpha Lodge in Kensington Palace. In 1885 Prince Eddy was initiated into the Royal Alpha Lodge at the behest of his father.

PRINCE EDDY

As well as his membership of the lodge, Eddy was also a regular 'customer' at a homosexual-paedophile brothel in Cleveland Street, London and indiscreetly instigated a series of explicit love-letters with a young boy employed at these most vile of premises.

The well-known Satanist, Aleister Crowley had these letters in his possession for many years but eventually they were lost or more likely destroyed. Eddy had also made a young Catholic 'commoner' of Irish descent by the name of Annie Elizabeth Crook, pregnant with his child.

Eddy had foolishly married her in a clandestine church service and this in effect barred him from ever becoming king as British royals are not permitted to marry Catholics, let alone a commoner bearing an illegitimate child.

In 1883, Eddy's mother, Princess Alexandra, had asked the young painter Walter Sickert to introduce Eddy to the artistic and literary life of London.

Sickert's studio was at 15 Cleveland Street near to Tottenham Court Road in north London. He duly introduced the teenage Prince to many of the area's 'bohemian types', including the theatrical friends he had made when he had been a minor member of the Lyceum Company.

Sickert also introduced Eddy to one of his models, a pretty Irish Catholic girl, the afore-mentioned Annie Crook who lived nearby at 6 Cleveland Street and who worked by day in a local tobacconist's shop.

They fell for each other and, according to Sickert, went through two clandestine marriage ceremonies, one Anglican and one Catholic. Soon afterwards Annie became pregnant and her employer needed someone to fill in for her during her confinement.

Walter Sickert was asked if he knew anyone suitable and, after consulting friends, found a young girl called Mary Jean Kelly from the Providence Row Night Refuge for Women in Whitechapel.

For some months, Mary worked alongside Annie Crook in the shop and the two became friends. In due course, on the 18th April 1885, Annie gave birth to Eddy's daughter, Alice Margaret, in the Marylebone Workhouse.

When she returned home, her new friend Mary Kelly moved in as the child's nursemaid. Mary also worked as a prostitute in the evenings to supplement her meagre income.

Naturally, Eddy absolutely enraged the establishment with his 'illicit' marriage which threatened to spark a constitutional crisis of major proportions. So, as is always the case, the monarchy set in motion a huge cover-up operation.

Annie was kidnapped from the shop where she worked and at the same time Eddy was confined to Buckingham Palace.

Fortunately, fearing the worst, Annie had given the child, Alice to Walter Sickert for safekeeping shortly before she was forcefully taken to Guy's Hospital in London.

She remained there for five months and whilst she was there, Sir William Gull, the Queen's personal physician performed a partial frontal lobotomy on her, in effect rendering her docile and compliant and thus easily controlled by these inhuman monsters.

Certified insane by Gull, Annie lived for the rest of her life in institutions, spending her last days in the Lunacy Observation ward of St George's Union Workhouse, Chelsea and dying there in obscurity in early 1920 at the age of 57.

MARY KELLY'S BLACKMAIL

There the matter might have ended, but for Mary Kelly's greed. Back in Whitechapel, Mary had befriended three other local prostitutes to whom she boasted of her 'royal connections.' In the spring of 1888 the quartet hatched a plan to demand money from Walter Sickert, threatening to otherwise make the story public.

She had not fully comprehended the fact that not only was she in effect attempting to blackmail royalty but because of the Freemasonic connection she was also holding-to-ransom a group of psychopathic murderers who would literally stop at nothing and had the means to kill with impunity whilst enjoying the 'protection' of people in high places.

Sickert immediately passed word to Eddy who informed his father. The Prince of Wales discussed the threat in the greatest secrecy with trusted fellow Masons in the Royal Alpha Lodge. A special meeting was arranged at the Lodge by the Royal Masons known as the 'Princes of the Blood Royal.' They agreed to form a 'hunting party' to literally hunt-down and kill the hapless girls as punishment for their audacity and as a Masonic blood-sacrifice.

The 'hunting party' was drawn exclusively from the Royal Alpha Masonic Lodge and included Sir William Gull, Eddy's former Cambridge University tutor J. K. Stephen and Sir Charles Warren, Commissioner of the Metropolitan Police (who took no active part in the killings but who helped facilitate the plot and expedite the cover-up.) To drive them about their sordid business, they recruited a coachman who had previously betrayed Prince Eddy's indiscretions to the Royals, one John Netley.

Warren provided information on the girls' whereabouts using his privileged position in the police force. Sir William Gull prepared grapes injected with opium, which would be offered to the victims to subdue them so that the dastardly deed could take place with a minimum of fuss.

It was arranged that John Netley, the coach driver and a particularly nasty character was to be the 'getaway driver.' The 'lookout' would be J.K. Stephen, a cousin of Virginia Woolf and another Freemason with royal links. The murders were planned to occur within Gull's carriage - away from prying eyes.

It should be noted that Abberline's diaries confirmed that the modus operandi was not that of one person only and that the murders were planned and performed according to Masonic ritual, similar to a fox-hunt. These are facts which were never allowed to come to light.

THE RING LEADER

So, who was the ringleader of this murderous gang? None other than the prominent Freemason, Secretary of State for India, the Leader of the House of Commons and the Chancellor of the Exchequer, Lord Randolph Spencer-Churchill, father of the future prime minister, Winston Churchill.

Churchill was not only the 'brains' behind the entire operation, but he was also personally responsible for the cutting of Masonic emblems and symbols into the bodies of the victims, whilst William Gull's skilled surgeon's hands of performed the organ removals.

The assassins set about discovering the blackmailers' whereabouts with 'insider' help from Warren and then systematically plotted their executions. The ritualistic, murderous spree began on the 31st August 1888 with Mary Ann Nicholls as their first victim and continued with the killing of Annie Chapman on the 8th September.

In turn each woman was lured inside the coach, then killed and mutilated in the ritualistic way that the three 'Juwes', Jubela, Jubelo and Jubelum, the murderers of Hiram Abiff, were executed in the old Masonic legend. Their throats were 'cut across', their bodies torn open and their entrails 'thrown over' the left shoulder.

On the 30th September, there were two further killings but on that night things did not go smoothly. As the murderers were dumping that night's first victim, Lizzie Stride, in Berner Street, they were interrupted and had to abandon her corpse before its ritual mutilation had been completed.

More alarming still, the night's second victim, Catherine Eddowes, was, according to Sickert, killed in error. It was learned that poor Catherine had for some time lived with a man called John Kelly, had often used his surname and so had been wrongly identified as the blackmailer-in-chief, Mary Kelly.

That mistake nearly led to the group's undoing. In the belief that this was to be the climactic move of their campaign, the group had already arranged Catherine's corpse, more completely mutilated than any of her predecessors, in Mitre Square opposite the Masonic Temple and close to the Whitechapel Road.

They had chalked on a nearby wall a Masonic slogan to act as a postscript to the whole sordid affair. A policeman copied it down into his notebook and it said:

"The Juwes are the men that will not be blamed for nothing."

Arriving on the scene Sir Charles Warren, to the acute surprise of his underlings, ordered that the chalked epitaph, presumed by observers to be in the killer's hand, should be immediately washed down and erased. The reason he gave was that he did not want anti-Jewish sentiment to be inflamed, but Sickert suggested the real reason was that too many insiders would recognize that the message referred not to the 'Jews' but to the 'Juwes' of Masonic legend, and would therefore identify the killers as Freemasons.

After this setback there was a pause of more than a month, the longest interval between the killings, while the group redoubled their efforts to find the real Mary Kelly. Meanwhile, rumours of the killer's associations with Freemasonry and with the Royal family continued to grow. It was not until the 9th November that Mary Kelly was finally tracked down. To use the coach again was deemed too dangerous now, so she was dispatched in her own Dorset Street lodgings, more bloodily mutilated than any of her fellow-conspirators, her throat slashed, her body brutally cut apart and her intestines arranged ritually about the room.

There is in existence a police drawing of the last person to be seen with Mary whilst she was still alive and this bears an uncanny resemblance to no less a person than Lord Randolph Spencer-Churchill himself. Of course, this particular 'lead' was never followed-up by the Masonic-controlled and run Metropolitan Police.

J.K. Stephen, again according to Abberline's diaries, actually went to the police, made a full confession and surrendered himself in a fit of guilt but of course no arrests were made and Stephen was also released without charge. Abberline resigned his position with the force and retired forthwith as a direct result of his disgust at the inaction and cover-up on the part of the police. Indeed there are still files in existence in Scotland Yard that have been sealed forever to prevent the truth from ever being revealed.

When Prince Eddy found out that his wife had been lobotomised he had a nervous breakdown and was never the same again thereafter.

Sickert fled the country upon hearing the news of Annie Crook's abduction and took up residence in Dieppe, France in an attempt to protect the child, Alice. When Alice grew up, she and Walter became lovers and in turn had a child themselves who went by the name of Joseph Sickert - the very same man who kept Inspector Abberline's diaries unpublicised for 50 years after inheriting them from his father.

THE BIZARRE FATE OF PRINCE EDDY

In the meantime, Prince Eddy, his mental health by now completely shattered, was given into the care of the Earl of Strathmore who owned Glamis Castle in Scotland. The royal family then blatantly lied to the world and announced that Eddy had sadly passed away at the age of only 28, on the 14th January 1892 due to influenza, but of course Eddy was still alive and being held in Balmoral Castle having not yet made the final move to Glamis.

Balmoral is approximately 1000 feet (300 metres) above sea-level and as such is partly surrounded by steep cliffs. This was the intended site for the planned murder of Eddy to be undertaken by Randolph Churchill and John Netley the coachman. The prince was pushed from the cliff-top but somehow managed to survive his fall and after the passage of two days had endeavoured to crawl all the way back to Balmoral where he was found at the door by his disbelieving hosts.

It was decided after this that the best option would be to just incarcerate him at Glamis for the rest of his life and the Earl of Strathmore agreed to undertake this task on behalf of the royals in return for one simple favour. The favour he stipulated was that one of his daughters be allowed to marry a future king of England.

Poor Eddy died in 1933, forty one years after his 'official' death date and during this time, his mother visited him only once, but took a photograph of him which she apparently sent to her cousin. This photograph is still in existence and shows a much older Eddy thoughtfully painting a picture which would sadly never be seen by anyone outside the walls of Glamis Castle.

The pact between Strathmore and the royal family was eventually fulfilled in 1923 when Lady Elizabeth Bowes-Lyon (his daughter, b. 1900) married the future King George VI of England after originally being betrothed to his brother, the former King Edward VIII (he of abdication fame).

In 1936 George ascended the throne upon his elder brother's abdication and Elizabeth became his queen consort. Elizabeth of course was more commonly known as the Queen Mother and the mother of the current incumbent of the family firm, Queen Elizabeth the second. She went to her grave in 2002 without ever revealing the secret and thus the world was never aware of this unholy pact.

Princess Diana was also a member of the 'Spencer' dynasty, a family that has pledged to serve the monarchy for generations. She shared a common ancestry with Lord Randolph and Winston Churchill. Randolph was also known to be a proficient and efficient occult practitioner. It was he who had carefully draped the organs of the murder victims, over the left shoulder in accordance with occult, Masonic ritual.

This then is the real story of Jack the Ripper, straight from the 'horse's mouth' . These facts must be known by the current establishment but as always, they close ranks to prevent the truth from becoming known. All of the multiplicity of theories that abound as to the identity of the killer and the many films, documentaries and TV programmes that portray an unending search for the 'truth' are nothing more than elaborate smokescreens, born from the deliberate confusion engendered by the Elite to protect the guilty, as is their usual modus operandi. This is another tiny example of how easy it is for these psychopaths to provide us all with a completed distorted view of both the past and our existing reality.

A further legacy of this sorry affair was that the payoff for the Spencers was two terms as Prime Minister for Lord Randolph's son and two generations later, Lady Diana Spencer became the wife of the future King Charles III and mother to the future King William V and his brother Harry, only to be famously discarded once she had produced an 'heir and a spare.' In 1997, she was brutally and ritually murdered herself in Paris.

c.2011 John Hamer
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Post by petal34 on Sat Aug 06, 2011 7:48 pm

Now that is rather interesting. Partically the last part.
I worked with a girl many years ago,who's friend worked for the Royal family.
Where ever the Royals travelled she went with them.
To Balmoral etc.

Bits of the last part of the story were related to me through the office gossip.
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Post by Quiet on Sun Aug 07, 2011 6:22 pm

Fascinating story. I have no idea whether it is true or not but since the mystery has never been publicly resolved, I guess it would have to go into the mix.

Why would Diana have been ritually murdered? I don't get that bit. She was seemingly quite innocent - a young woman who probably made a mistake in marrying Charles,

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Post by petal34 on Sun Aug 07, 2011 7:10 pm

Quiet wrote:Fascinating story. I have no idea whether it is true or not but since the mystery has never been publicly resolved, I guess it would have to go into the mix.

Why would Diana have been ritually murdered? I don't get that bit. She was seemingly quite innocent - a young woman who probably made a mistake in marrying Charles,

because at the time,she was involved with Dodi and was thought to be pregnant to him.
The Royals didn't like the fact that if she had a child to another man,they would be half brother or sister to William and Harry.
Dodi was Indian.
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Post by Bill on Thu Aug 11, 2011 12:58 pm

Interesting story. However, just like all of the others, it has never been proven. I seem to remember that there was a very good case made out for Sickert himself to be the Ripper. I doubt that anyone will really know the truth.

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Post by Wes on Fri Aug 12, 2011 5:01 am

Ritual murders have come a long way if they now involve paparazzi on motorbikes. Damn you Rupert!

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Post by zerdini on Fri Aug 12, 2011 5:08 am

petal34 wrote:
Quiet wrote:Fascinating story. I have no idea whether it is true or not but since the mystery has never been publicly resolved, I guess it would have to go into the mix.

Why would Diana have been ritually murdered? I don't get that bit. She was seemingly quite innocent - a young woman who probably made a mistake in marrying Charles,

because at the time,she was involved with Dodi and was thought to be pregnant to him.
The Royals didn't like the fact that if she had a child to another man,they would be half brother or sister to William and Harry.
Dodi was Indian.

What utter tripe! There is not a scrap of evidence to support this fantasy.

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Post by petal34 on Fri Aug 12, 2011 6:56 am

zerdini wrote:
petal34 wrote:
Quiet wrote:Fascinating story. I have no idea whether it is true or not but since the mystery has never been publicly resolved, I guess it would have to go into the mix.

Why would Diana have been ritually murdered? I don't get that bit. She was seemingly quite innocent - a young woman who probably made a mistake in marrying Charles,

because at the time,she was involved with Dodi and was thought to be pregnant to him.
The Royals didn't like the fact that if she had a child to another man,they would be half brother or sister to William and Harry.
Dodi was Indian.

What utter tripe! There is not a scrap of evidence to support this fantasy.



Can't you keep your rude remarks to yourself?
If you had read the newspapers at that time,you would have read that was the general opinion of the public and also of the newspapers.
What other reason would you have given for the sudden demise of Princess Diana?
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Post by Dan on Fri Aug 12, 2011 7:33 pm

Petal, Dodi Fayed was Egyptian.

Could the sudden demise of Diana have been due to a car crash?

Dan

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Post by petal34 on Fri Aug 12, 2011 8:13 pm

Dan wrote:Petal, Dodi Fayed was Egyptian.

Could the sudden demise of Diana have been due to a car crash?

Dan

Thank you,Dan.
I am not suggesting she was not killed in the car crash,Dan.
But what did cause the car crash?
There were many opinions given for the cause of her death but the main one was her relationship with Dodi.
Many apoligies for incorrectly stating Dodi's nationality.
Very Happy

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Post by zerdini on Fri Aug 12, 2011 9:17 pm

petal34 wrote:
zerdini wrote:
petal34 wrote:
Quiet wrote:Fascinating story. I have no idea whether it is true or not but since the mystery has never been publicly resolved, I guess it would have to go into the mix.

Why would Diana have been ritually murdered? I don't get that bit. She was seemingly quite innocent - a young woman who probably made a mistake in marrying Charles,

because at the time,she was involved with Dodi and was thought to be pregnant to him.
The Royals didn't like the fact that if she had a child to another man,they would be half brother or sister to William and Harry.
Dodi was Indian.

What utter tripe! There is not a scrap of evidence to support this fantasy.



Can't you keep your rude remarks to yourself?
If you had read the newspapers at that time,you would have read that was the general opinion of the public and also of the newspapers.
What other reason would you have given for the sudden demise of Princess Diana?

A car crash!!

So you believe everything you read in the press - how silly can you get if you swallow everything churned out by the tabloid press. Next thing you'll be quoting the 'News of the World' as fact.

Wake up and smell the coffee.

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Post by petal34 on Fri Aug 12, 2011 9:31 pm

If you read my question above,you will read exactly what I said!!!

'What caused the car crash'?

Incidently,she was still alive when she reached the hospital........barely,but still alive!
Now,now George,don't lose your rag. Very Happy
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Post by hiorta on Fri Aug 12, 2011 9:41 pm

There was a report at the time that a French doctor on duty when Diana was brought in and who saw and spoke with her briefly, but was already with a patient, was said to be shocked and incredulous to learn that she had died. His opinion was that she was not too badly injured at all.



Strangely, subsequent follow up ceased abruptly.

Also very strange was the 'small car' that wrecked the armoured mercedes in the collision disappeared, even its wreckage, nor was the 'blinding light ever explained.
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Post by petal34 on Sat Aug 13, 2011 7:41 am

Correct Hiorta.

The car was never fouund as far I know.
Wasn't the chauffer found to be free of alcholic beverages in his blood after blood tests,not a 100% sure of this.
The biggest mystery over the last few years,no doubt there will never be any logical answers to solve the mystery.

Thanks for your imput,Hiorta.
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Post by hiorta on Sat Aug 13, 2011 7:48 am

Wrecked cars - if they exist - just do not vanish, certainly not from busy tunnels.
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Post by zerdini on Sat Aug 13, 2011 8:04 am

On 31 August 1997, Diana, Princess of Wales, died as a result of injuries sustained in a car accident in the Pont de l'Alma road tunnel in Paris, France. Her companion, Dodi Fayed, and the driver of the Mercedes-Benz W140, Henri Paul, were pronounced dead at the scene of the accident. Fayed's bodyguard, Trevor Rees-Jones, was the only survivor. Although at first the media pinned the blame on the paparazzi, the crash was ultimately found to be caused by the reckless actions of the chauffeur, who was the head of security at the Ritz and had earlier goaded the paparazzi waiting outside the hotel.

An 18-month French judicial investigation concluded in 1999 that the crash was caused by Henri Paul, who lost control of the car at high speed while drunk. His inebriation may have been made worse by the simultaneous presence of an anti-depressant and traces of a tranqulizing anti-psychotic in his body.


From February 1998, Dodi's father, Mohamed Al-Fayed (the owner of the Hôtel Ritz, for which Paul worked) claimed that the crash was a result of a conspiracy, and later contended that the crash was orchestrated by MI6 on the instructions of Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh

An inquest headed by Lord Justice Scott Baker into the deaths of Diana and Dodi began at the Royal Courts of Justice, London, on 2 October 2007 and was a continuation of the original inquest that began in 2004. On 7 April 2008, the jury released an official statement that Diana and Dodi were unlawfully killed by the grossly negligent driving of chauffeur Henri Paul and the paparazzi. Though the official verdict implicated the pursuing vehicles, the jury also named the intoxication of the driver and the victims' decisions to not wear seat-belts as contributing factors to their deaths. Additionally, the Mercedes had been travelling at over twice the legal speed limit of that particular section of road and had long since left the paparazzi vehicles far behind by the time the accident occurred.

The jury decided on 7 April 2008 that Diana had been unlawfully killed by the grossly negligent driving of chauffeur Henri Paul and following vehicles.

The cost of the death inquiry exceeded £12.5 million, with the coroner's inquest at £4.5 million, and a further £8 million spent on the Metropolitan Police investigation. It lasted 6 months and heard 250 witnesses, with the cost heavily criticised in the media


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Post by hiorta on Sat Aug 13, 2011 9:40 am

Another very strange aspect of this matter was that Diana's body was embalmed asap, which destroys evidence of pregnancy.



Deceased foreign nobilities would be dealt with by the home state, especially when ceremonial funerals are to follow and France is a mere half hour away.



The physical likeness between the children and the other fellow is remarkable, sort of excluding Charles, and the DNA of the children would have been recorded and compared from day 1.



So, as Columbo might have said, the motives stack up in pointing to a likely scenario awaiting an opportunity.
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Post by petal34 on Sat Aug 13, 2011 11:10 am

Now this is what puzzled me,Hiorta.

I would have thought that her body would have been flown home, soon as death had been pronounced.
Within reason of course.
No embalment allowed until British authorities had recorded the death and carried all necessary post mortems out.

Talking about the children,are you talking about William and Harry or any future children that may have been born to Diana and Dodi,I presume after marriage to Dodi?







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Post by petal34 on Sat Aug 13, 2011 11:15 am

Incidently,what happened to the tapes that Diana made before her death,forecasting that the Royal family wanted her out of the way?
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Post by zerdini on Sat Aug 13, 2011 12:38 pm

Pity you didn't tsetify at the inquest, Joan. Rolling Eyes

The judge would have welcomed your input - they welcome armchair detectives!

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Mysterious death

Post by hiorta on Sat Aug 13, 2011 2:33 pm

This story has some features that echo the Lord Lucan mystery, in that the will for a vigorous investigation seems to be lacking.


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Post by zerdini on Sat Aug 13, 2011 2:43 pm

hiorta wrote:This story has some features that echo the Lord Lucan mystery, in that vigorous investigation seems to be lacking.

The cost of the death inquiry exceeded £12.5 million, with the coroner's inquest at £4.5 million, and a further £8 million spent on the Metropolitan Police investigation. It lasted 6 months and heard 250 witnesses, with the cost heavily criticised in the media.

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Post by petal34 on Sat Aug 13, 2011 3:17 pm

zerdini wrote:Pity you didn't tsetify at the inquest, Joan. Rolling Eyes

The judge would have welcomed your input - they welcome armchair detectives!


Sometimes an 'armchair detective' can be better than the real thing,George.
It's amazing what we find out.
Very Happy
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Post by petal34 on Sat Aug 13, 2011 3:20 pm

hiorta wrote:This story has some features that echo the Lord Lucan mystery, in that the will for a vigorous investigation seems to be lacking.



Got to agree there,Hiorta.
Diana lost her life,not just a few quid.
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Post by hiorta on Sat Aug 13, 2011 4:50 pm

As did Lucan's nanny.
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