Death Photos Of Princess Diana
May 12, 2011 by staff
Death Photos Of Princess Diana, A sensational film with the title of unlawful killing was shown in the Cannes Film Festival. Keith Allen, better known as the father of singer Lily Allen and the evil Sheriff of Nottingham properly in the recent television dramas of Robin Hood direct it.
One of the selling points of the film is that it is willing to break all the taboos of decency, showing a picture of the princess as she was dying.
Cannes viewers could see her body just after the Mercedes he was riding with Dodi Fayed crashed in a tunnel in Paris and as a doctor trying desperately to help manage.
Of course, a documentary film “Princess Diana died as a result of a tragic accident will not be as exciting as a recurring conspiracy theory old who was murdered as a cover for establishing the call.
The movie ignores the fact that British taxpayers spent £ 12? Million in 2008 because the father of Dodi, Mohamed Al Fayed refused to accept the verdict of two judicial inquiries.
After 250 witnesses have been called, not a shred of evidence was presented that anyone did believe that the deaths were anything but an accident.
Exciting as it might have been to assume – as ridiculously says Mohamed Fayed – that the Duke of Edinburgh ordered somehow a white Fiat to the Mercedes of accident, not a bit of evidence for the theory stand in which investigation six months.
The trailer for the film shows the U.S. comedian Kathleen Madigan saying you have to take note when a woman is predicted that it will be killed and her death then it is exactly as predicted.
When she was at a low of unhappiness, Diana made several suggestions that Prince Charles, the Royal Family or the establishment would like to her death or lock her up in a psychiatric hospital.
The most specific of these suggestions – and this is presumably referred to by Ms. Madigan in the film – is that Prince Charles was handling the car brakes Diana.
The fact is that she died in her own car. As three inquiries made clear that he died because the driver of that vehicle, provided not by the establishment, but by the Al Fayed family who owned the Ritz in Paris, was very drunk.
Thus, in response to Ms. Madigan, Diana’s death did not happen exactly as predicted.
In fact, I would question whether Diana predicted her own death at all.
She said these things in the depths of her misery when he felt hated her husband’s family. And when relations were at their lowest point of all time between her and her husband, she was probably right in saying that there are many in the establishment who wanted her to leave the scene.
But that’s a very different thing to predict her own death, as the film says that she did.
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