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Tuesday, 18 February 2014

Unlawful Killing - Documentary by Keith Allen

Comment: After a lot of legal wrangling, looks like Keith Allen's film is finally available - at least, if you don't live in the UK.  If you're in any doubt that Diana and Dodi were murdered...I suggest watching this. Oh, and of course, the inquest was ignored.


The Duck Shoot

Watch this explosive documentary by Keith Allen that gets as close to the truth of the murder of Princess Diana and Dodi Al-Fayed as is possible considering the lengths that the establishment have taken to cover it up. To date it has never been shown publicly in the United Kingdom; it is banned by default.

The unlawful killing verdict decided by a jury at the longest inquest in British legal history was ignored and perverted by the corporate media before the legal presses had published a single word. The British establishment did not, despite its efforts, get the result they wanted, so led by the ever obedient BBC a story was cooked up that twisted the official version decided by the jury. You can read the jury’s decision on the Nation Archives website.

The full verdict is thus: “The verdict is unlawful killing, grossly negligent driving of the following vehicles and of the Mercedes”. There is nothing about Paparazzi who, as confirmed by French police, were nowhere near the scene until after the crash. 

There was a white Uno that collided with the Mercedes and unknown motorcycle outriders surrounded Diana and Dodi’s car that night. Eyewitnesses confirm that these vehicles were chasing the Mercedes. All those drivers witnessed the crash and yet left the scene and have never been traced. White paint on the Mercedes is almost certainly from the Fiat Uno. These vehicles were not driven by Paparazzi.

Unlawful killing means it was MURDER or MANSLAUGHTER. It was not an accident and it was not caused by the Paparazzi. Mohamed Al-Fayed is right; the establishment murdered his son and his son’s girlfriend Lady Diana Spencer on 31st August 1997. 

Keith Allen in the Guardian

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