Closing Thought–22Jun17

The Killing Of A Princess!

Remember the years after the death of Princess Di?  There was conspiracy after conspiracy about the cause of her death…everything from she was pregnant with another man’s baby to revenge for the divorce to a simple hit by Brit intel…..

Well if you thought those days were gone…..think again…..

An 80-year-old retired MI5 agent, John Hopkins, has made a series of astonishing confessions since he was released from hospital in London on Wednesday and told he has weeks to live. Hopkins claims to have been involved in 23 assassinations for the British intelligence agency between 1973 and 1999, including Princess Diana. 

Source: Retired MI5 Agent Confesses On Deathbed: ‘I Killed Princess Diana’

Is this just another of those looking for a few  moments of fame?

Will we ever know the truth?

Not in this lifetime…..but then all this speculation only one thing is constant….SHE IS STILL DEAD!

Whatchaya think?

Time to say adieu until the morrow…..have a day and get some smiles in….chuq

14 thoughts on “Closing Thought–22Jun17

      1. What is that tired old say? “Confession is good for the soul”…or something similar….don’t buy it! chuq

  1. I could easily accept a government plot to kill her off, and recall saying something similar on the day it happened. She was the former wife of the next King of England, living with an Egyptian, and possibly going to have his baby too. That meant that her son, the future King of England, would end up with a half-brother or sister of mixed race, and Egyptian at that. That was never going to happen, was it?
    Best wishes, Pete.

  2. MI5 is the Brits Domestic Intel Agency, the equivalent to our FBI.. I have two comments:
    1. Conspiracy theories will always abound, and there is some possibility that the former gent is seeking notoriety. I just don’t know.
    2. Also, Intel is generally co snider on two points: the Source and whether oe not ir seems plausible, somewhat based on what is already known. The question that would raise, is what reason would someone have, within the government, to eliminate, perhaps, the most beloved Royal of all time. Kate, today, might be the only equivalent, but I AM NOT SUGGESTING ANYTHING THERE!

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