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Princess Diana Should Belt Up

by | 4th, April 2007

diana_car.jpg“DIANA DEATH: ANOTHER COVER-UP,” announces the front page of the Express, in typical fashion.

“Coroner says she will not reveal Charles and Philip secret papers.”

This is, says the Express, “crucial evidence.”

Coroner Baroness Butler-Sloss, presiding over the Diana inquest, says it is wrong to release any “personal or private” information to the public.

The Baroness is out of step with public opinion. What is Princess Diana’s death if not the private made public? We need to know. We demand to know. And if we don’t know, who knows how many more inquests we will need until we know it all? Can we ever know it all?

For now the Express talks of “whitewash”, “conspiracy” and “cover-up”.

butlersloss.jpg“Is the probe into Diana’s death being covered up?” asks the Express. Readers are invited to spend a minimum of 25p to vote “Yes” or “No”. Monies raised will go toward helping the Express get to the truth.

The question is equipped with a picture of a smiling Diana and another shot of Baroness Butler-Sloss looking not unlike Peter Cushing in The Blood Beat Terror.

We learn that Mohamed Al Fayed’s legal team believe the “lack of information” circling Charles’s contribution is “just the tip of the iceberg”.

Not that an iceberg played any part in Diana’s death. At least we don’t think so. And it is good to keep an open mind.

And there will be much to hear and see. Butler-Sloss will give the interested parties’ experts access to the car carrying Diana that fateful night.

You might suppose this vehicle had been examined more times than a Diana dress and was now ready to feature alongside the cars in which James Dean and Princess Grace of Monaco died in at the Museum Of Road Safety.

But perhaps something has been missed? The obvious often can be overlooked, like how Diana died in traffic accident and failed to wear a seatbelt.

The case goes on.

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