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Old Apr 8th 2008, 7:03 am
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So they have decided that she was "unlawfully killed" (implying a criminal act) and yet they go on to say that her death was caused by careless driving. That confuses me as I would have thought that such a cause was accidental rather than unlawful. Where does it leave the conspiracy theorists?
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Not sure of the precise legal position but I assume it's because the driver - Henri Paul? - was pissed and driving way above the speed limit so he'd broken the law on two counts. Also the paparazzi were blamed for pursuing them. Bottom line though is that they died because they allowed themselves to be driven by a drunk and they did not bother with their safety belts. The bodyguard - in the front passenger seat - survived because he wore his.
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So they have decided that she was "unlawfully killed" (implying a criminal act) and yet they go on to say that her death was caused by careless driving. That confuses me as I would have thought that such a cause was accidental rather than unlawful. Where does it leave the conspiracy theorists?
Its unlawful because the driver was ratarsed, and so she was killed by a drunk driver.....whats confusing ?

Perhaps Mohammed Al Fayed, should throw his energy into running his football club seeing as they are about to drop out of the Premiership in the next few weeks......shame !
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So they have decided that she was "unlawfully killed" (implying a criminal act) and yet they go on to say that her death was caused by careless driving. That confuses me as I would have thought that such a cause was accidental rather than unlawful. Where does it leave the conspiracy theorists?
well personally, I think she was bumped off.
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well personally, I think she was bumped off.
For a change, I have to agree with you there...bloody MI5 up to their old tricks.
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For a change, I have to agree with you there...bloody MI5 up to their old tricks.
Do you really beleive that someone authorised the murder of the Mother of future king of England ?.......How many more millions of pounds should the British taxpayer waste disproving that conspiracy theory, surely its time to call it a day and let the poor woman rest in peace ?
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Do you really beleive that someone authorised the murder of the Mother of future king of England ?.......How many more millions of pounds should the British taxpayer waste disproving that conspiracy theory, surely its time to call it a day and let the poor woman rest in peace ?
Nobody will convince me otherwise...that Prince Philip is a real piece of work...but I agree that the formal enquiries should now cease. They were not silly enough to leave any credible evidence anyway.
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Nobody will convince me otherwise...that Prince Philip is a real piece of work...but I agree that the formal enquiries should now cease. They were not silly enough to leave any credible evidence anyway.
So your'e telling me that a dithery old git in his 70's or 80's or whatever, gave the execution order of his son's ex wife and his grandchildren's mother ???..............Keep sniffing the glue LH
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Listening to Five Live this a.m. they said that, as Fayed employed Paul, he should be sued for corporate negligence - I never thought that it was his fault all along.
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Nobody will convince me otherwise...that Prince Philip is a real piece of work...but I agree that the formal enquiries should now cease. They were not silly enough to leave any credible evidence anyway.
Henri Paul was pissed, depressed, on prescription drugs, had drunk enough to put him twice over the British limit and thrice the French one. I suppose the barman who sold him the Ricard or whatever he was drinking was an MI5 or 6 agent.
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Listening to Five Live this a.m. they said that, as Fayed employed Paul, he should be sued for corporate negligence - I never thought that it was his fault all along.
I think they should sue Fayed for being a chump and for wearing cravats in public !
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Do you really beleive that someone authorised the murder of the Mother of future king of England ?.......How many more millions of pounds should the British taxpayer waste disproving that conspiracy theory, surely its time to call it a day and let the poor woman rest in peace ?
Completely agree with you.
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Do you really beleive that someone authorised the murder of the Mother of future king of England ?.......How many more millions of pounds should the British taxpayer waste disproving that conspiracy theory, surely its time to call it a day and let the poor woman rest in peace ?
yes I do. The Royal family probably have more power in the UK than anyone if they wanted to use it. I'm not one for all the stupid theories that go around about things, but I do think it is possible.
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Henri Paul was pissed, depressed, on prescription drugs, had drunk enough to put him twice over the British limit and thrice the French one. I suppose the barman who sold him the Ricard or whatever he was drinking was an MI5 or 6 agent.
so it was nothing to do with all the cars and motorbikes then? just his erratic driving?
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yes I do. The Royal family probably have more power in the UK than anyone if they wanted to use it. I'm not one for all the stupid theories that go around about things, but I do think it is possible.
Yeah but Spugsy, you are a Toon fan, so you beleive in any old crap
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