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Diana Assassinated in Paris?   WIESBADEN, Deutschland /October 9th 1997

The cover story in the German illustrated weekly "Das Neue" of this date strongly hinted "Diana, Princess of Wales
was deliberately assassinated in Paris, France, August 31st 1997. The core of the story is an exclusive interview
with "Glyn Jones", a former member of the elite military unit that observed Diana from 1985 to 1989, on orders
from the MI-5.

After introducing the theme with a hint that Martine Monteil, the head of the Paris police investigation team, is
looking into the case as an assassination case, and that the MI-5 is a suspect, "Das Neue"asks Glyn Jones about his
1985 -1989 mission. He relates that he was with the "Royal Marines", then, and was operating upon directives
coming from MI-5.

"The job of his team  was not to spy on members of the Royal Family. Foreign agencies warned the MI-5 at that
time, that there was a threat to Diana. That is why she was surveilled.  That implied: We would have had to kill her,
if we were not able to prevent an abduction. The main objective of the team was to protect the Royal House, and a
future King, Diana's eldest son Prince William and the Anglican Church. All of that was threatened by Diana's bad
conduct", Glyn Jones said.

When "Das Neue"asked, whether the driver being accused of being drunk Henri -Paul, didn't play a role in the
incident, Glyn Jones said: "Yes, in the end, it was a reason !"

Why did this accident occur, in the first place? Why is the French police not able to identify those two men, that
stood on the bridge above the tunnel, who were firing shots on the car ?

"Two shots were fired on the tires ! So far, this has not been made public. They are trying to cover it up." Glyn
Jones said and that traces of the shots would not necessarily be found, because " this depends on the angle at which
the bullet hits -- this can hardly be checked, if the tire is ripped into pieces ! "This, at least, is how it is done in anti-
terror measures in Northern Ireland, when any outside implication is to be covered up."

Glyn Jones said that it is not French sloppiness which prevents a real investigation in Paris, but that it rather implies
that "the French secret service is collaborating with the British secret service ! "There are close contacts... It would
not be in the interest of the French government to let such things get out to the public."

The interview was accompanied with an explanation how the sniper attack on the car could have occurred. First of
all, the British SAS is equipped with a special gun, the "Five-Seven" which is produced by the French firm, FN
Herstal. This is an ultra light weapon, which works like a "heavy gun," however, because its ammunition can cut
through steel and bullet-proof vests, from 200 meters away. The special bullets, which have a weight of only 2
grams each, leave no visible tracks in the target.

Weapons expert "Bernard Sacrez" explained to Das Neue that "with this weapon, you can slice the tires of a car as if
you used a razor blade. No tracks of the shot can be located, because the two-gram bullet disassembles completely,

"Mohamed al - Fayed's security team included 8 former SAS agents, by the way, the "Das Neue"report said. Dodi's
bodyguard Alexander Wingfield was one of them, and he switched shift with Trevor Rees-Jones (the body-guard
that survived) that night. Glyn Jones said it looks like an orchestration, because the drivers also switched shifts that

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The Official Lies Exposed

Here documented are some of the most amazing lies, uncovered by the investigative team !

1. "The speedometer proved Henri -Paul was driving at a recklessly fast speed." Virtually all news accounts in the
immediate hours after the crash reported that the speedometer of the Mercedes had been frozen at over 180
kilometers per hour, when the first rescue workers and witnesses arrived on the scene. This "evidence" was used to
establish that Henri -Paul was speeding recklessly at the time the crash occurred. After the so-called post-mortem
results were leaked, purporting that Henri -Paul had been drunk and high on prescription drugs, much of the world
media pronounced the case a cut-and-dried instance of drunk driving. In fact, the investigative team has confirmed
that the speedometer of the Mercedes was at zero! This is consistent with claims by the car's manufacturer, Daimler
Benz, that whenever a Mercedes 280-S is in an accident, even a crash at reasonably slow speed, the speedometer
will freeze at zero. It is no wonder that the French authorities rejected Daimler Benz's offer to send a team of safety
engineers to France to assist in the crash investigation.

2. Diana was trapped in the back seat." For weeks, the French authorities justified the long delay in getting Diana to
a hospital with claims that the rear compartment of the car had been crushed, and it required a lengthy effort by
French firemen and rescue workers to pry her body loose from the back seat. Eventually, after a number of early
eyewitnesses inside the tunnel came forward, the French government was forced to retract the story, and admit that
the rear compartment had not been damaged in the crash. The rear door open as seen in images allowing a French
Doctor to place oxygen mask over Diana's face!

3. "The Mercedes was a faster, armored vehicle". Initial media reports, provided by the French authorities, had
identified the Mercedes carrying Diana and Dodi Fayed as the much faster 600 model. Early reports also claimed
that the car was armored. In fact, the Mercedes 280-S, a four-cylinder car incapable of reaching high speeds
quickly, had been called up from a pool of cars usually available to the Ritz Hotel just hours before the fateful ride,
one mysteriously stolen in Paris earlier the same year having been the only car available to use. The investigative
team learned that the French police have established that the missing Fiat Uno is a turbo model manufactured
between 1984 and 1987. This Fiat has a higher acceleration rate than the Mercedes 280-S, and a higher top speed.
This means that the Fiat was capable of passing and cutting off the Mercedes, and accelerating to avert serious
damage in a collision.

4. "Henri -Paul had goaded the paparazzi, 'You won't catch me tonight.'" Early media coverage, based on leaks from
the French government, reported that, as Henri - Paul was leaving the Ritz Hotel, he had taunted the paparazzi,
shouting, "You won't catch me tonight." In fact Henri -Paul at no time had any contact with any of the paparazzi.
The Mercedes left the Ritz Hotel from a rear exit and there was never any communication between him and the
paparazzi who were waiting for the couple outside the front of the hotel which is why the decoy car idea had proved
necessary. The purpose of this fairy tale was to further the idea that Henri -Paul was drunk and "out of control"
shortly before the crash. CCTV footage, taken from cameras at the Ritz Hotel and from adjacent buildings, fully
confirm the investigative teams account of events as does a video in the hotel showing balancing on one leg whilst
tying the shoelace of a shoe on his other foot.

5. "There are no photographs of the chase." All along the route that the Mercedes took, from the Ritz Hotel, along
the Voie Georges Pompidou, to the entrance to the Pont de L 'Alma tunnel, there are both outside CCTV cameras,
and special radar-activated cameras installed by the French police.

If, at any time, the Mercedes or the cars and motorcycles chasing after it had gone beyond the speed limit, the radar
cameras should have automatically snapped pictures. These pictures should have provided the police with a time-
sequence account of the final moment's before the crash. The French authorities have systematically claimed -
through press leaks, and in response to queries by the families of the deceased - that no such pictures exist.

We are to believe that every one of the cameras was either broken or out of film. Yet, other drivers, who were
passing along the Voie Georges Pompidou shortly before the Mercedes chase, were indeed later contacted by
French police and told that there were photographs showing that they were speeding. Incredibly, the French
authorities also continue to insist that none of the outside CCTV cameras on any of the buildings along the route
show anything relevant to the crash probe.

6. "The paparazzi were nowhere near Henri -Paul's car at the point of the crash". Some accounts, based on French
government leaks, claimed that the nearest paparazzi were 400 meters behind the Mercedes 280-S at the point the
crash took place. This lie, aimed at pinning the entire blame for the crash on "the speeding drunk driver Henri -
Paul," is discredited by the testimony of known witnesses  and a half-dozen other eyewitnesses who have requested
to remain anonymous !

7. Henri -Paul was not qualified to drive the Mercedes". Henri - Paul had received specialty driver training from
Daimler Benz in Germany. Contrary to some French press claims, Henri -Paul was not required to have any kind of
special driver's license, in order to drive the Mercedes 280-S. The cumulative effect of these falsehoods, each
traced back to French government sources, to date, has been a ruthless cover-up on the part of the French in
cohoots with who ?? - those who clearly together have a great deal to hide!

Food For Thought:

Please read entry number two in the above precis, the one about Diana being trapped in the wreckage.

Now look at these photos:

                                                                             Notice that the rear compartment and top seem intact?  That the rear  
                                                                window is not even broken?  The one on the far left is the clean up crew preparing
the car to be lifted to a flat bed truck. This would be after the ambulances and police were finished that evening.
Now see these photos:

Again, it appears that the rear compartment is accessible and in the photo on the left you can actually see a man
leaning into the inside of the car with the door wide open. The picture on the right shows a Dr. Meillez  ( light
clothing) who is said to have administered oxygen to Diana as they waited for medical help.

So the story of her being trapped doesn't seem to hold water. However, here is what disturbs me about some
reports. The photo below supposedly shows Diana's car after the crash. Notice  that the roof is gone and how could
that be with the picture showing the clean up crew, who would be the last at a crash scene to do their job, clearly
loading a car with roof intact and the rear compartment not smashed? Does the below picture seem a doctored
version to any one else besides me?  

One other quick 'fact' that needs double-checking. The photographer James Andanson, whose White Fiat Uno was
involved in the crash that night with Diana's Mercedes, is said to have committed suicide, or so goes the 'official
report'. Yet we have found that the fireman and a police officer who attended to the burning car is said to have
witnessed bullet holes in the head of the body said to have been in that car. Hard to light yourself afire with bullets
in your brain, isn't it? Quite the trick, really. However,  beyond that trick, it seems Andanson was just full of
surprises! There is a receipt that shows Andanson purchased fuel the same day a few miles from the site of his car
found burning. However, that fuel was diesel fuel, not gasoline. Major difference there! Gasoline burns rapidly and
ignites quickly. Diesel however is not that flammable and must be warmed in order to catch fire. It is why diesel cars
and trucks have what is called glow plugs...to warm the fuel so it catch with a spark from the ignition.  

    "Ray Holloway, of the Petrol Retailers Association, said: "With petrol it is the vapour that is the risk.
    It's very different with diesel. "Diesel is warmed and compressed to make it fire. You wouldn't be able
    to set light to diesel with a match. It would just go out! " The flash point for diesel, that is the temperature it
    would need to get to, is something like 63C."You would need to warm diesel up with something like a blow
    torch to have any hope of igniting it, and even then you would probably have to be in a confined space."

Yes, it appears that if Mr. Andanson caused his own demise that he was indeed a man of many talents!
                                                                                                                                                                                   ~~ Rose