Conspiracy Nation -- Vol. 12  Num. 10
                     ("Quid coniuratio est?")


By Sherman H. Skolnick

Were Princess Diana and her intended new husband, an Arab, Dodi Al-Fayed, murdered?

Heiress to a worldwide banking fortune, Diana was about to merge with big Arab money: a disaster for the financial powers of the western world. On August 31, 1997, Diana and Dodi died from a car crash in a tunnel, in Paris. On the same day, the London Sunday Mirror had already gone to press with a story that, at the request of the Queen of England, British counter-intelligence, MI-6, had prepared a report on the goings-on between Diana and Dodi, which tended to further undermine the Monarchy. Being considered was the possible exile of Diana. =But=, her older son is in line to be the new King of England. The British paper also said the Queen was planning to damage Harrods, in London, by stripping it of her royal approval. A large department store, Harrods is owned by Dodi's father, Mohammed Al-Fayed. It does big business with the royals.

Myself and the Citizens' Committee to Clean Up the Courts (773-731-1100 for recorded message) did stories about how U.S. and British Intelligence jointly conducted "Operation Clydesdale" to snuff out porno kings, pedophiles, and other suspected low-lifes, without a judicial trial, using the team's specialty: faked-up car crashes. Their headquarters is now reportedly in Bristol, as well as elsewhere in the United Kingdom. A member of that unit was reportedly Gunther K. Russbacher, who has dual citizenship in the United States and Austria. [Mr. Russbacher denies any involvement with the unit.] Gunther Russbacher called me from Bristol and warned me to shut up.

In April 1998, Dodi's father sent his chief of security to meet in Vienna, Austria, with someone offering to sell documents for 10 million British pounds. The documents reportedly show that British Intelligence had asked the American CIA to help murder Princess Diana. Apparently, in a cynical trick to surface the whole mess without paying big money, the CIA and FBI were asked to monitor the meeting. Thereafter, the CIA and FBI had the mystery man -- the one offering to sell the documents -- arrested. [1] He reportedly is a retired officer of the U.S. Naval Intelligence (ONI), reportedly knows ONI Commander Russbacher, and is well-informed on Operation Clydesdale-type assassinations.

The documents had apparently been stolen from the FBI's counter-intelligence wing, Division 5. British and American covert operatives were in the team of cars which pushed Diana's Mercedes up against a pillar, causing the death of Dodi and Diana.

The American agents in Vienna claimed they had jurisdiction to arrest the mystery man, because stealing the documents violated U.S. national security. Among the secrets contained: that Bill Clinton, as president, had offered to assist Diana-in-exile to become a U.S. citizen, along with her new husband, Dodi. So, the new King of England, Diana's eldest son, would have been raised in Los Angeles under the wing of his step-father, an Arab -- unacceptable to the Monarchy.

The trial of the arrested mystery man is to be in secret, in a soundproof court, in the District of Columbia.

Some, but not all, of these details were in wire service stories. But the mass media pretended they didn't exist. Hey: Call up your local newsfakers and tell them to stop lying about what happened to Princess Diana and Dodi Al-Fayed, huh?

---------------------------<< Notes >>--------------------------- [1] For more info, see a previous issue of Conspiracy Nation (CN), CN 12.08.

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