May 23, 2007

Who Murdered The Queen of Hearts? Mystery Finally Solved?

Editrix' Office was the first to cover it (page down just trust me), now today's SPIEGEL ONLINE International issues strong circumstancial evidence regarding the unresolved gruesome slay of Princess Diana of Wales aka "The Queen of Hearts" aka "Her Sanctimoniousness" aka "She-Who-Died-for-Our-Sins". Why was the unidentified wheelchair in the Paris tunnel that fateful night so totally and utterly ignored?
German in Wheelchair Busted For Drunk Driving

A wheelchair-bound man was spotted by police driving down the middle of the road in a village in eastern Germany. When they breathalysed him they were shocked to find that he was ten times over the legal limit for drivers.
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"He was right in the middle of the road," a spokesman for the police told Reuters Tuesday. "The officers couldn't believe it when they saw the results of the breath test. That's a life- threatening figure."

The 31-year-old had been out partying with a pal, he confessed when pulled over. In fact he was just a mile from home when he was rumbled.
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Now the authorities are faced with the tricky task of how to penalize this kind of behavior. Technically the man was traveling as a pedestrian, and so cannot be charged with a driving offence.
I ask you, if a clinically dead man was able to somewhat competently drive a wheelchair across a country road, why shouldn't a 97 year old biddy, as sharp as a pin, drive one -- and force Diana's limo off the road? Easy! The scandalous manner in which the French authorities have chosen to ignore statements made by various French, British and American citizens who were eyewitnesses to the tragic circumstances surrounding the fatal crash in the Alma tunnel strongly suggests that the death of Princess Diana was premeditated murder. Even Diana herself feared that she would be the target of an assassination orchestrated by security forces on behalf of her in-laws. A year prior to her death, she wrote: "My husband is planning 'an accident' in my car ... in order to make the path clear for him to marry." And hey! Weren't Charles and his grandmother inordinately close?

Watch this space for additional proof.