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Re: Unlawful killing

Post by Kinninigan » Mon Oct 07, 2013 1:27 am

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I was gonna repost this but found noentrys thread, the OP has been removed and this documentry has been taken down alot of places


HERE IS A FRESH RECENT UPLOAD, ENJOY!

Alot of new stuff going on with this story now..



Unlawful Killing : The Killing of Princess Diana - (2011)


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Re: Unlawful killing

Post by Noentry » Sat Jun 15, 2013 5:24 pm

Webcat wrote:Nice find noentry - booked for watching later! :flop:

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Yeah its a great documentary on the trial of princess Diana and Dodi's death.
The Jury decided on the harshest verdict they were allowed to choose.
The establishment would only allow the verdict of unlawful killing, I bet if the jury had a choice they would have ruled on murder!

Re: Unlawful killing

Post by Webcat » Sat Jun 15, 2013 4:57 pm

Nice find noentry - booked for watching later! :flop:

:cheers:

Re: Unlawful killing

Post by Noentry » Sat Jun 15, 2013 12:47 pm

Cia212 wrote:
Noentry wrote:
Cia212 wrote:Do they dispute the facts that the car was speeding and the driver was drunk?


The car was speeding and the driver was not drunk.
His blood showed discrepancies that can only be explained if the blood was tampered with and also their is mention the blood may not of been his at all.
In the court the driver was cleared of any wrong doing.
Cia :cheers:

Which court and who did they blame for the tampered blood? I'd like to read that report. In any case, it's a stretch to clear the driver of wrong doing if he was driving that fast through the city.

I got to the part where Mohamed Al-Fayed spends a lot of time at his son's grave...he really seems beyond distraught.


This is a small part of the Coroners ruling on the verdicts.

Secondly, there is evidence on which the jury could conclude that Henri Paul
had consumed alcohol up to twice the UK drink driving limit. There were real
flaws in the chain of custody of samples and the recording of results by the
French pathologists and toxicologists. Furthermore, the results of tests for
carboxyhaemoglobin were difficult for anyone to explain. On the other hand,
only one of the four experts called to give evidence thought the test results for
alcohol were probably unreliable (as to the other three, see: (i) 22/1/08, p54
(Forrest ‘comfortably satisfied’ as to reliability); (ii) 30/1/08, p158 (Vanezis had
‘nagging doubts’ but preferred not to answer questions about probability); (iii)
31/1/08, p41 (Oliver thought that the combination of toxicology findings was
‘strongly indicative’ that the samples came from Henri Paul)). After they gave
their evidence, further evidence was called which could be regarded as
establishing that the sample tested for carboxyhaemoglobin was matched with
Henri Paul by DNA profiling (see 6/3/08, p124-9). It will be for the jury to
consider all that evidence in the round, and in the context of witness evidence
about Henri Paul’s demeanour at the Ritz and about his medical history. In any
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event, the toxicological evidence has to be considered in the context of the
whole of the evidence concerning his consumption of alcohol.
44. If the jury formed the view that Henri Paul had drunk something like that amount
of alcohol, they could certainly decide that he had behaved negligently in
choosing to drive a car. Given the speed of events on the approach to the Alma
underpass, it is open to the jury to fi
nd that Henri Paul’s reactions were
impaired and that this contributed to his loss of control of the car.
45. Thirdly, as with the paparazzi, the jury is entitled to take account of the features
of the road environment which pres
ented additional hazards (see above).
46. Overall, while one has to distinguish the supposed negligence of the paparazzi
and the supposed negligence of Henri Paul, there would be something
unrealistic about my determining that one could be viewed as criminal while the
other could not be so viewed. All these drivers were facing the same road
conditions. All were free agents and had the choice to slow down, without any
real adverse consequence

http://webarchive.nationalarchives.gov. ... 270308.pdf

The link below is where all the witness transcripts for the case are.
http://webarchive.nationalarchives.gov. ... ts.gov.uk/

A lot to read but very interesting.



Neversaydie wrote:Noentry........your a Diamond. Thanks. :flop:

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Re: Unlawful killing

Post by Neversaydie » Sat Jun 15, 2013 8:24 am

Noentry........your a Diamond. Thanks. :flop:

Re: Unlawful killing

Post by Noentry » Sat Jun 15, 2013 4:36 am

Re: Unlawful killing

Post by Neversaydie » Fri Jun 14, 2013 6:29 pm

WTF. The video's gone...shit. I was just about to watch that. :bang;

Please could you try and get it back?

Re: Unlawful killing

Post by Cia212 » Fri Jun 14, 2013 4:43 pm

Noentry wrote:
Cia212 wrote:Do they dispute the facts that the car was speeding and the driver was drunk?


The car was speeding and the driver was not drunk.
His blood showed discrepancies that can only be explained if the blood was tampered with and also their is mention the blood may not of been his at all.
In the court the driver was cleared of any wrong doing.
Cia :cheers:

Which court and who did they blame for the tampered blood? I'd like to read that report. In any case, it's a stretch to clear the driver of wrong doing if he was driving that fast through the city.

I got to the part where Mohamed Al-Fayed spends a lot of time at his son's grave...he really seems beyond distraught.

Re: Unlawful killing

Post by Murvic » Fri Jun 14, 2013 3:17 pm

I was half way through that and it has been removed. Doing that would only make a person believe something was amiss.. :sunny:

Re: Unlawful killing

Post by Noentry » Fri Jun 14, 2013 12:43 pm

Cia212 wrote:Do they dispute the facts that the car was speeding and the driver was drunk?


The car was speeding and the driver was not drunk.
His blood showed discrepancies that can only be explained if the blood was tampered with and also their is mention the blood may not of been his at all.
In the court the driver was cleared of any wrong doing.
Cia :cheers:

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