Unlawful Killing – The Murder of Princess Diana

Unlawful Killing – The Murder of Princess Diana

Two years ago, British film director Keith Allen made and attempt to release a documentary about the death of Diana and Dodi. Due to the content of the film however, Allen was legally prevented from making it widely available to the public. Attempts to upload it to video hosting sites like Youtube and Vimeo have also been thwarted. The documentary provides fairly damning evidence that Diana and Dodi were murdered by the British ‘elite’, with the support and connivance of their French counterparts. …

Given Diana’s outspoken and compassionate nature, combined with her world-wide public appeal, what might she have said or done, and what might she have achieved had she been allowed to live? With the world as her stage and having the ears of billions, might the last 16 years that have brought us the interminable ‘war on terror’, the invasions of other nations, the slaughter of so many innocents and the institution of a global police state, have been any different?

2 thoughts on “Unlawful Killing – The Murder of Princess Diana

  1. I don’t watch any ‘royal’ coverage, but this documentary is a rather splendid look at the obvious facts of the case, which are so damning at times that you can’t help but laugh at the farce which is our reality. From the bleachers, one always assumes that ‘they’ know what they are getting involved with, but this nicely shows that the ‘victim’ is as unprepared as the rest of us suckers, and once in the quicksand, it can be very hard to get out.

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