Princess Diana: The Hidden Evidence: How MI6 and the CIA Were Involved in the Death of Princess Diana

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Two British investigative journalists present significant new evidence on the death of Princess Diana.

Presented in the form of a trial, this book lays out the unsettling evidence that the Royal establishment and British Intelligence (with support from the C.I.A.) colluded in the death of Princess Diana.

After extensive interviews with sources still inside the intelligence community, the authors discovered:

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Overview

Two British investigative journalists present significant new evidence on the death of Princess Diana.

Presented in the form of a trial, this book lays out the unsettling evidence that the Royal establishment and British Intelligence (with support from the C.I.A.) colluded in the death of Princess Diana.

After extensive interviews with sources still inside the intelligence community, the authors discovered:

• Diana wrote two secret letters shortly before her death threatening to expose British arms profiteering in the Angolan civil war.
• It's not just a rumor: British and U.S. Intelligence really did monitor Diana's every move.
• Following her divorce from Charles, England's MI5 and MI6 intelligence chiefs resolved to "remove" her to avert both a major embarrassment to the British Royal Establishment and a constitutional crisis.
• It was resolved to eliminate Diana "on foreign soil".
• The way Diana died was strikingly similar to an assassination technique favored by both British and American Intelligence for its ease and deniability.
• Chauffeur Henri Paul worked for Britain's MI6. His blood sample, which underpins the "drunk driving accident" theory, was switched.
• Crash evidence was methodically suppressed, as was information on the conspirators who planned the operation, the agents who carried it out, and those who so effectively covered it up.

One source in Britain's equivalent of the C.I.A (MI6) stated: "There exist documents held by the British Secret Intelligence Service (MI6) that would yield important new evidence into the cause and circumstances leading to the deaths of the Princess of Wales, Mr. Dodi Al Fayad, and Mr. Henri Paul..." -MI6 Officer (fmr), Richard Tomlinson, in a sworn affidavit dated May 12, 1999.

Journalists King and Beveridge link methods and motives, corroborating each step with testimony from intelligence agents, crash experts, top security consultants, and physicians. Royal Personal Protection Officer Mike Grey told the authors, "I have no doubt, given my twenty years' experience within various sections of the security industry, that Diana was assassinated. The Security Service hallmarks are plain to see."

In fact, the evidence presented in this book is so disturbing that at least one member of British Royalty outside the inner circle has begun to call for further investigation into Diana's death. The writer of this book's foreword, Prince Michael of Albany, went so far as to go on the record and state "...I am quite sure that even Prince William has enough sense to realize, one day, that something is not quite right...I don't accept the theory that it was an accident."

Author Biography: Jon King is an experienced investigative journalist and author of the best-selling book Cosmic Top Secret (Hodder & Stoughton) and The Ascension Conspiracy. A former Senior Editor of the UK based Reality Magazine, he is currently Senior Editor of the new investigative journal, Odyssey. He has appeared on numerous TV shows including the Discovery Channel, FOX-TV and the UK's number one morning show, GMTV; Channel 4's "The Diana Conspiracy", and others.

John Beveridge is a professional researcher and journalist. He is the former Associate Editor of Reality Magazine and currently Associate Editor of the investigative journal, Odyssey. He has appeared in an HTV documentary on covert operations, and on many other TV shows. Both authors live in Somerset, England.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781561719228
  • Publisher: Special Publications International, Inc.
  • Publication date: 6/1/2000
  • Pages: 408
  • Product dimensions: 6.38 (w) x 9.28 (h) x 1.39 (d)

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 18, 2002

    Great Investigative Reporting

    Princess Diana, the Hidden Evidence, is fascinating reading and brilliant journalism, not least because it confirms my own story--and confirmation was what I lacked. The book is slow reading because it is so packed with details, some of it so startling it has to be read twice. However, the writing style itself is excellent. While I found Part III The Bloodline Conspiracy fascinating, I think it will be rejected by many readers and may even damage credibility of the previous parts. I think their case would have been stronger without this part--still I understand the need to include it. Although there are minor errors and contradictions (e.g. the famous ring was not an engagement ring- Dodi was planning to propose, but Diana was not planning to accept, as all her "monitors" knew very well), but the basic facts are there and indisputable. Overall, the book is an amazing piece of investigative reporting. It is well worth the cost, but be prepared for a chilling blast of reality. If I had any doubt that Diana was murdered, I don't any more.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 19, 2002

    Superb Investigative Journalism!

    This book is an absolute must for everyone even vaguely interested in Princess Diana and/or the truth behind her highly mysterious death. The authors have left no stone unturned in their efforts to uncover the real facts about what I now believe to be the murder of a British Princess. This is investigative journalism at its very best. The way in which the authors have collated all the evidence and woven it into such a coherent and compelling case, in favour of assassination, is truly outstanding, and extremely courageous. An outstanding example of how to cut through the lies and get to the truth. Congratulations on a superb demonstration of investigative journalism.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted February 7, 2002

    Superb!

    At last someone with the courage to stand up and present what certainly seem to be the true facts about Diana's death. This book is so well written, the evidence so thoroughly researched and compellingly presented, I wouldn't be at all surprised if the authorities got a hold of it soon and took it off the book shelves. So take my advice and buy it NOW! A truly spellbinding read deserving of becoming a bestseller. Superb!

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