Posted by: thescoundrel | April 8, 2008

Final Princess Diana Inquest – Old News is New News – Again

As the “final” inquest (costing around ten million English pounds) into the decade old violent death of Princess Diana and Dodi Al Fayed has come to a conclusion: the World has relearned that the two died from a series of tragic events surrounding the publics/tabloids insatiable need to live vicariously through celebrated surrogates combined with alcohol, fast cars and terrible individual decisions while participating in a deadly game of hide and go seek. The new-News is old-News, again; alcohol consumption, fast cars and bad decisions can be hazardous to your health! Not a huge surprise there, as they are a blood-soaked trilogy of events played willingly by less famous participants in a recurrent deadly relationship. I am sure that some US nanny-activist lawmaker can find something-somewhere in this tragedy to create more Nanny Laws. The father of Dodi Al Fayed, Mohamed, who pushed this last investigation is still not satisfied with the results as he has long alleged that the Royal British Family and British Intelligence Agencies had their hands in the crash and death as he felt they were embarrassed by the relationship Princess Diana had with his son. If history has shown us anything it is that when investigations are conspiracy driven the final “final” inquest is like tomorrow, always coming. We have seen that in the last forty years of JFK conspiracy investigations. There is always another clue or piece of evidence that is found or comes in to question. And there is always another conspiracy theorist willing to scream conspiracy and push for an investigation, and maybe make considerable sums of cash on the side as they are doing it. And News Corporations around the World sigh in happy financial relief as everything old-News is new-News again!


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