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To many Princess Diana's angelic image overshadowed that of the royal family as she was genuine

 

 

This is an edited version of a photo of a memorial to Diana, Princess of Wales, and Dodi Al-Fayed that was located in the Harrods department store in London. At that time Harrod's was owned by Dodi's father - (Bobak Ha'Eri photo)

 

Dodi's Al-Fayed's father Mohamed believes that his son was murdered - (Abi Skipp - photo)

 

 

 

Video Beat - PRINCESS DIANA & REMEMBERING DODI Al-FAYED

James Loving - National Radio Text Service

 

 

There are several documentaries being aired this month in tribute to the beloved princess. Given her angelic like persona it is safe to say they are all worth watching since she gave so much and took so little. To many her image overshadowed that of the royal family as she was genuine

 

Monday, August 28, 2017

MYSTERIOUS UNANSWERED QUESTIONS

This month is the 10th anniversary of the death of England's Princess Diana. In tribute to her life two television documentaries are being aired around the world. This month the National Geographic Channel has been airing a documentary Diana: In Her Own Words where she was interviewed for a television documentary that was broadcast on Channel 4 in the United Kingdom on 6 August 2017.

The film includes footage of the late Diana, Princess of Wales discussing aspects of her personal life, including her marriage to Prince Charles which was recorded during conversations she had with a voice coach in 1992 and 1993.

The film has received criticism by Royal commentators and friends of the late princess, including Rose Monckton, who intends to write to the broadcaster urging them not to show the footage, which she says "doesn't belong in the public domain."

It was reported in England's Daily Mail newspaper that the Princess's brother, Earl Spencer had urged Channel 4 not to broadcast the tapes of his sister amid concerns it would cause distress to her children. After viewing the film it raises red flags and the question... WHY NOT?

There are several other documentaries being aired this month in tribute to the beloved princess. Given her angelic like persona it is safe to say they are all worth watching since she gave so much and took so little. To many her image overshadowed that of the royal family as she was genuine.

My life experience relates to this topic because the conditions that existed when she was riding in a car with her then boyfriend Dodi Al-Fayed doesn't make sense. The reason why is driver of their vehicle was accused of being intoxicated. That really doesn't make sense since I was Fayed's REQUESTED DRIVER in the 80's when he was in California negotiating to purchase the MGM film studios. I worked daily with Dodi and most importantly the man in charge HIS BODYGUARD.

I've viewed several documentaries paying tribute to Diana but France's TV5MONDE went the extra mile to focus on the accident that caused her death.

When I worked with Dodi his bodyguard sat in the front seat next to me. Prior to all trips, before Dodi got into the, the bodyguard briefed me as to what the plan for the trip was. Alternate routes were always a factor and defensive driving measures were talked about.

What no documentary has done is to reveal is what happened to the bodyguards when the accident happened? The driver died BUT where were the bodyguards sitting? If they didn't die why wasn't there a follow-up on their position at the time of the accident and their sequences of their life after the accident?

When we drove the Saudi Arabian Royal family we used a five car convoy. The plan was deception and concealing which card the royals were in. I was the lead car thus common sense dictates that I was driving bodyguards. There was no communication from anyone as to any plan for the trip or day; it was just drive to Disneyland.

This convoy tactic was applied in driving Michael Jackson and Brook Shields to an arena. Again I was the lead car with Shield's mother in it. This was a one way trip but a tragic one for Jackson. When he was filming a commercial for Pepsi Cola his hair caught on fire resulting in permanent damage and is believed to be why he then started to wear a wig.

I've driven former United States Secretary of State Alexander Hag following his leaving office. Haig was one of the three responsible for the decision making to CARPET BOMB CAMBODIA. The two others were former President Richard Nixon and the murdering Jew Henry Kissinger

I also drove Ed Rollins who was involved in the Watergate Scandal. Both he and Haig were on edge and both went to the same location which I will not reveal.

These assignments lead to a very important point, with the exception of Jackson background checks were REQUIRED (supposedly by the FBI) You can't drive these people until you are cleared with a background check and that is the point that is missing with the information that has since come forward since the accident involving Princess Diana and Dodi. It raises the question WHO and WHAT HAPPENED TO THE BODYGUARDS?

Dodi's father believed that his son was murdered. A documentary on Germanys DW TV presented that insight. It pointed out that Diana dropped her English bodyguards before she felt that everything she did would be reported to her estranged husband Phillip. Dodi's bodyguards took charge of the couple during heir relationship.

Sorry CHARLIE this GIANT TUNA FACET STINKS too much to throw back into the sea. It was believed that the Royal family had her murdered because Dodi was a Muslim and that would be a disgrace to the Royal family bloodline.

I've written about my experience with Dodi several years ago which follows:


THE DEATH OF A PRINCESS

I'm pictured here during the time that I was Dodi Fayed's chauffeur in the USA. Next to me (left) is JD Nicholas the lead singer of the Commodores - NR photo

 


 

 

James Loving - National Radio Text Service

 

 

At the top level of the limousine business when you're driving wealthy celebrities, government officials, businessmen and royalty security is of the utmost importance. Responsible and capable individuals must be on the job to protect these clients. That is why the death of Princess Diana and Dodi Fayed DOESN'T MAKE SENSE!

 

Monday March 13, 2006

PRINCESS DIANA & DODI FAYED - 'THE DEATH of A PRINCESS'

"They (security) would never let him get behind the wheel if they knew he was drunk."

Those were the words of Mohammad Al Fayed the father of Dodi Fayed who died in a car crash with Princess Diana almost a decade ago. He was referring to the chauffeur that drove the couple that fatal night.

To me those words meant a lot to me and rang out with significance. WHY? I was Dodi Al-Fayed's assigned and requested driver in the mid 80's when he came to Hollywood to negotiate the purchase of the MGM film studios.

When the word of his death came to me noting that it was attributed to his driver being drunk I thought &. That's Bull$#!t.

The TV show 'THE DEATH IF A PRINCESS' is currently being shown in Southeast Asia on the Fox World channel.

Mohammed was interviewed throughout the 30-minute show. He was bitter and made some very strong statements. Fayed hired former London Police chief and Scotland Yard's Lord Stephenson to investigate. Fayed accuses Prince Phillip of masterminding the murder of his son and Diana.

Fayed states that Prince Phillip's mother was mad and his father was an alcoholic. He says that Phillip was taken from his parents at the age of six by his auntie. Fayed claimed that she was married to one of Hitler's generals.

Talking about Queen Elizabeth, "Unfortunately she has a gangster as a husband."

The owner of Harrods department in the Chelsea district of London and the Fulham football club in the English Premiere League Fayed said that the relationship of Diana and Dodi (a Muslim) threatened English royalty.

When I've talked to people from England they have expressed similar views as Fayed.

As he said, "Ninety-four percent of the people in (England) believe what I say is true.

From my own experience I KNOW THIS &.. A DRIVER WOULD NEVER BE ALLOWED TO DRIVE DODI FAYED IF THEY WERE DRUNK.

I WORKED CLOSELY WITH HIS BODYGUARD EVERY DAY. THAT WOULD NEVER HAPPEN.

Whatever your experience or opinion this is a must see TV show, THE DEATH OF A PRINCESS on Fox World in Southeast Asia. Check your listing for the channel and time near you.

Coming & 'The Dodi Fayed Experience'


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