Friday, June 29, 2007

Princess Diana's Death: The Mystery of The Stolen Mercedes

Princess Diana: The Disturbing Events Surrounding Her Death
One would expect that with the financial means Dodi Fayed and Princess Diana had at their disposal there was absolutely no reason why they should have been chauffeured in a vehicle that had been snatched at gunpoint a few days prior to the fateful night of August 31, 1997.

But that is precisely what happened!

The car in which the ill-fated couple was traveling, a Mercedes Benz S280, had been stolen some days prior to the crash. This fact on its own is perhaps at best nothing more than pure coincidence but where that event turns decidedly strange is how that very Mercedes was returned a few days earlier in pristine condition save for one very important aspect…


The onboard computer chip controls, amongst other things, navigation, acceleration, steering and braking of a vehicle. Considering that Princess Diana's death was due to a car crash, the fact that the Mercedes S280 involved in the crash had its onboard computer chip stolen some days earlier (and nothing else mind you…suggesting the car-snatchers were no ordinary thieves) pushes the pervasive accident account onto firmer conspiracy territory.

To date there actually exists a well established assassination technique from the 1980s (developed by the British SAS) nicknamed "The Boston Brakes" which involves steering, braking and acceleration capability being taken over by remote control!

In fact world famous explorer and former SAS officer, Sir Ranulph Fiennes did indeed confirm the relatively common use of this assassination method with particular reference to the death in England of one Major Michael Marman in a car accident that bears uncanny resemblance to that of Princess Diana, Dodi Fayed and Henri Paul.

So what could have been the motive behind the theft of the Mercedes Benz S280 that was involved in the Paris tunnel crash on August 31, 1997?

Well let's see; assuming you want to execute a very sensitive, high profile assassination but at the same time create as little fuss as possible, the best way to go about it is to make it look like an accident.

Keeping that in mind the disappearance of the onboard computer chip from the "Crash S280" then makes a lot of sense. Steal the car, remove the onboard computer chip, replace the old chip with a new doctored onboard computer chip that allows another party to gain remote control over the car and tada...

You've got yourselves a genuine accident in the making!

Furthermore, very suspiciously, the stolen Mercedes Benz S280 was the only vehicle "available" to the Princess and her companions that night! Talk about leaving nothing to chance!


Initial reports leaked to the press suggested that the Mercedes Benz S280 involved in the crash had been zooming at speeds in the neighborhood of 120 mph! If this were translated into km/h this would come out to a staggering 192 kilometers per hour!

In fact reports of the day had the speedometer of the car stuck at 196 kilometers per hour (122 mph).

The truth of the matter is if the car had been traveling anywhere near those speeds, seat-belt-or-not NOBODY would have survived that crash (the only person to survive the crash was bodyguard Trevor Rhys-Jones who sat in the passenger seat and is widely believed to have been an operative of MI6 or MI5 branches of the British Secret Service).

Many professional drivers have decried the authority-cited-speeds (120mph region) as being absolutely preposterous and from the evidence available to them put the car at about 60 mph (96km/h) at the time of the accident.

To date, Mercedes Benz has never been able to examine the car for the simple reason the authorities never allowed them. This in itself is very strange because Mercedes Benz experts should have been party to the panel of experts examining the car!


How about if for no other reason than they built and engineered the vehicle and thus would have been in an excellent position to determine how fast the car was going and what caused the various impact damage to the vehicle.

It would appear though that an internal investigation conducted by Mercedes Benz (albeit with the rather limited information available to them) seemed to suggest a speed of 60mph was far more reasonable than the 120mph spread by authorities and that the safety protective features of the Mercedes more or less behaved as expected.

This may explain why Trevor Rhys-Jones who was seat-belted in the passenger seat and thereby in the least likely position for surviving such an accident survived! (The passenger seat is known in the industry as "The Death Seat").

The Mercedes engineered safety mechanisms that helped preserve Mr Jones' life, incorporate the engine block being forced under the car and not into the passenger compartment following the tremendous force from such a collision as the one that occurred in the Paris tunnel that night.

The widespread view is that had the Princess Diana and Dodi Fayed been wearing seatbelts they would have likely survived the crash! (Hmmm…perhaps not! Princess Diana did survive the crash and actually spoke to a French Doctor (not affiliated with the authorities who arrived shortly after) who was passing by at the time of the accident and as he administered the 1st First Aid, in his own words said "I thought her life could be saved").

Princess Diana ultimately died because of a suspicious 2 hour journey in an ambulance that snailed its way to a hospital 3.25 miles away averaging a speed of 25 mph and which conveniently bypassed 4 other hospitals on the way!

As it is there is new evidence that indicates that perhaps the reason Princess Diana was not wearing her seatbelt is because it was mysteriously but very conveniently jammed in such a way as to render it unusable!

Monday, June 25, 2007

Princess Diana: WOW! Why Did It Take 2 Hours To Get Her To Hospital Only 3.25 Miles Away!

Most of us commoners are well aware that VIPs (Very Important Person(s)) get far better care and treatment than we do.

Take the instance of Paris Hilton in the now notorious incident (sigh...what's new) where her family and friends were preferentially allowed to jump the queue at the jail in which she's atoning her sins so that they could see for themselves how well those orange prison stripes complimented her pale complexion; conveniently bypassing people who'd been waiting on line upwards of 4 hours to see their loved ones.

NOTE: Paris Hilton is not a Very Important Person (as she'd like to think) but rather a Very Irritating Person hence the VIP status!

But I'm sure you get the point I am trying to get across: Celebrities, Heads of State and Royalty are normally accorded preferential and special treatment. Which brings me to the main point of this post:


The night she died Princess Diana was en route to hospital (and thus access to intensive care treatment that would have saved her life) for a whopping two hours! The hospital was a mere 3.25 miles away!

It Takes The Average Person 1 Hour To Walk A Distance Of 5 Miles!
3.25 you know how short that distance is?

It takes the average person 1 hour at a leisurely pace to walk a distance of 5 miles. Yet here we have the authorities taking their sweet-ole-time to get the critically injured mother of the future King of England to a hospital that was a mere 3.25 miles away.

And as if that wasn't enough would you believe that the ambulance carrying Princess Diana bypassed a couple or so nearer hospitals to get to the one in which she eventually died. The final bizarre straw to the perplexing events of that tragic night of August 31, 1997 was how when the ambulance FINALLY got to the hospital IT STOPPED FOR ANOTHER 10 MINUTES OUTSIDE THE HOSPITAL GATES!

One can only wonder what in heavens name were they doing in that ambulance?

Were they literally allowing Princess Diana to hemorrhage (bleed) to death? After all that was the official explanation for her death: that Princess Diana died from massive internal bleeding!

But let's just get back to the snail's pace that the ambulance took that night; maybe the ambulance had good reason to crawl slower than your average toddler!

Perhaps there was a lot of traffic snarling the Paris roads that night?

It's possible, but guess what? That actually wasn't the case! And even if there had been a lot of traffic, what of it?

They were transporting the Princess of Wales (or at least used to be) for gods sake! And though the House of Windsor may have stripped her of the title "Princess of Wales" the one title they could not relieve her of was: Mother of The Future King of England!

Surely for that fact alone Diana warranted expedited delivery to hospital!

In fact the usual case is to chopper (take by helicopter) a person of Princess Diana's status immediately to hospital. Diana was not even taken to the best equipped hospital that VIPs are normally rushed to in Paris and that particular hospital was less than five minutes away by helicopter and less than 20 minutes away by car; don't forget it took them 2 hours to eventually get her to hospital.

The authorities cited a number of pathetic reasons why it took so long to get the Princess to hospital foremost of which was the one where they said "Oh in France the ambulances are equipped with intensive care units with life saving equipment so usually such measures are conducted there first" (note: those aren't the exact words but the general gist of the official explanation at the time).

Well anyway it sure looks like those measures failed miserably!

But honestly that explanation is a load of premium crap! The more plausible explanation is that they (whoever was behind the plot) could not risk Diana getting to an uncontrolled environment such as a public hospital before she'd reached the point of no return; in other words to the critical medical point where nobody...not even the best surgeons in the world could save her life!

This aspect is just one of the many very disturbing incidents surrounding the untimely death of Princess Diana, Dodi Fayed and Henri Paul on that fateful night of August 31, 1997!

Princess Diana Assassination continued

Sunday, June 24, 2007

Princess Diana: The Early Years

Princess Diana

Although Princess Diana grew up in privilege the insecurity she exhibited in later years had its beginnings in this stage of her life. To start with, the place where she lived as a child (Park House in Sandringham) was rented on the Queen's estate; her father had been a royal equerry for both King George VI and Queen Elizabeth II. In fact the Queen had been the guest of honor when Princess Diana's Parents got married in 1954 at Westminster Abbey.

In 1967 Princess Diana's innocent and happy childhood came to an end when her Parents split up and Diana and her other simblings became pawns in what could best be described as an ugly tug-of-war divorce dispute.

Friday, June 22, 2007

Princess Diana: The Beginning

Princess Diana's Early Years

Princess Diana was born in 1961 to the Viscount Althorp, Edward John Spencer and his first wife the Viscountess Frances Spencer. Princess Diana was named for her mother and was called Diana Frances Spencer; she was the youngest daughter and had 3 siblings, two elder sisters and a younger brother Charles. Her early childhood was spent at the family home, Park House, which was located in Sandringham, Norfolk in England.

Princess Diana's childhood could best be described as turbulent, a pattern that was to haunt the princess for the remainder of her life. When she was 6 years old her mother and father got divorced over Lady Spencer's affair with with wallpaper heir Peter Shand Kydd.