There’s a lot we haven’t heard about the murder of Princess Diana!
Belzer & Wayne are back, and with a big conspiracy and cover-up too. Did you know that:
Diana specifically predicted that she would be assassinated. This book documents it very clearly in Diana’s exact words..
Stories that the driver was drunk were fabricated; he was not.
Contrary to the official explanation, Diana’s car was not closely followed by photographers and that was not the cause of the crash. And she was not pinned in the vehicle, but it took emergency crews an incredibly long 1 hour, 40 minutes to get Diana to a nearby hospital; and that’s why she bled to death as a result.
The evidence trail and eyewitness interviews prove that the Mercedes was diverted into the tunnel by vehicles that blocked its exit. That the Mercedes had been stolen and had its computer chip changed out. The crash-scene analysis is indicative of an assassination technique that is detailed specifically.
Diana always wore her seat belt, but hers was defective on the night of the crash. And in yet another “coincidence,” the regular traffic cameras in the tunnel were not functioning at the time of the crash, so there was no recording of it as there would normally be. Diana’s body was immediately embalmed—even though that was illegal—which made it impossible to determine if she was pregnant.
This book documents all the factual evidence like it’s never been done before.
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Dead Wrong 2: Diana, Princess of Wales – Chillingly Comprehensive! Diana, Princess of Wales, met a tragic end in the early morning hours of August 31, 1997, in what appeared to be an unfortunate traffic accident. Supposedly speeding through a Paris tunnel, driven by an intoxicated chauffer, her boyfriend by her side, the car wrecked as it was chased by a horde of paparazzi. At least that's what you're supposed to believe. Authors Richard Belzer and David Wayne know the truth: Princess Diana was not only assassinated, she knew she would be murdered. She even knew how it would happen, it was simply a matter of when. Belzer and Wayne present the facts to prove what is easily one of the most shocking, deliberate acts of murder of all time. Even more chilling, when you realize those who carried out this heinous scheme got away with it…scot free. Two young boys lost their mother because their grandparents, especially their grandfather, Prince Philip, felt nothing but antipathy toward the beloved woman who was truly “The People’s Princess.” You, too, will feel the bile rise in the back of your throat as you discover the ways in which Princess Diana was used and abused by the Royals and those closest to the Mountbatten-Windsors. All too many of the terrible things you’ve heard about her, Dodi Fayed, Henri Paul, and others sadly involved in the tragedy simply are not true. Belzer and Wayne have impeccably researched this e-book, as they have their other collaborations, “Dead Wrong” and “Hit List.” The facts written here (and most carefully footnoted) are irrefutable – and terrifying. Thanks to Richard Belzer’s engaging writing style, his voice comes through as if he was sitting with you, relating the story personally. Princess Diana was only five minutes from a hospital, suffering internal injuries that she would have survived. A complex, covert plan was underway to ensure she didn’t live to see another day. That plan also included killing Henri Paul (her sober driver that night) and Dodi Fayed, her boyfriend whom by all accounts she planned to wed. In the process, bodyguard Trevor Rees-Jones was so badly injured his face needed extensive reconstructive surgery and he has limited memory of the events of that fateful moment. Ironically, he was taken to the very hospital where Princess Diana’s life would have been saved. "Dead Wrong 2" lays it all out there in extensively researched truth, so intensely compelling once you begin reading this e-book you won't be able to stop until you've finished. What you thought you knew has nothing whatsoever in common with what actually happened. This book sets the record straight, once and for all.
Quick, easy read that really kept me up at night thinking about this poor woman and what happened to her.