Wednesday, May 11, 2011

Diana's Real Legacy

Writer A.N. Wilson takes apart the new "documentary" film, Unlawful Killing. Here are some highlights:

"Of course, a documentary film that said Princess Diana died as a result of a tragic accident is not going to be as exciting as one that repeats the old conspiracy theory that she was murdered as a cover-up by the so-called Establishment.  The film overlooks the fact that British taxpayers spent £12 million in 2008 because Dodi’s father Mohamed Fayed refused to accept the verdict of two inquests. After 250 witnesses had been called, not a shred of evidence was presented that made anyone believe the deaths were anything other than an accident."


"In the film, Haseler makes the ridiculous claim that no judge would tell the truth about the death of Diana because judges have all sworn oaths of loyalty to the Queen. Let me repeat: the French police and a French coroner — who had not sworn oaths of loyalty to the Queen — concluded that the reason for Diana and Dodi Fayed’s deaths was simple: Henri Paul, their chauffeur, was blind drunk. This verdict was repeated by two British inquests. The cases were heard by coroners and not by judges who had somehow sworn to a royal cover-up."

"The true legacy of Diana is not to be found in comments she made when she was in the desperate state of misery that marital collapse brings to any of us who have undergone it. No, her real legacy, as she would have always been the first to say, is ‘her boys’, two delightful young men whom the British public have taken to their heart."

Go here for the full article.

1 comment:

  1. brava brava
    that couple if idiots in Cannes are just out for the money AGAIN !!! makes me ill !! fay xx