vendredi 16 septembre 2011

Grande-Bretagne/France: Two Arabs console the dying Princess Diana Spencer.


On the night of 30 to 31 August 1997, Abdelatif Redjil and Belkacem Bouzid pass around the Pont de l'Alma when they hear the noise of the impact of the Mercedes-Benz of Dodi Al-Fayed and his fiancée, Princess Diana Spencer against the 13th pillar of the Alma tunnel in Paris.
        
They arrive at the accident site before anyone else, opened the car door and Diana are still alive.
        
 "She repeated words like-my God, my God, I tried to reassure her, tell her in English: Do not worry. She opened her eyes, but she did not respond. She continued stirring by hand. I think she was unconscious, "says Abdelatif Redjil to the High Court in London, 13 November 2007. His friend Belkacem Bouzid has confirmed this and said they heard repeated "My God, My God."
        
During the media frenzy that followed the violent death of British princess, no newspaper has contacted the two witnesses, perhaps because they were called Belkacem Bouzid and Abdel Redjil.
        
In December 2006, Scotland Yard has concluded that an accident due to speeding, Henri Paul, the drunk driver also died in the accident.
         This has challenged the Egyptian billionaire Mohamed Al-Fayed, Dodi's father who accused the British Secret Service to have caused the accident to prevent the marriage of his only son with Diana.
         He described the findings of the Scotland Yard as "crap".
Indeed, Ms. Souad Mouffakir, former wife of Mohamed Medjahdi who resides north of Paris in January 2004 said that her husband had lied.
         She had seen a Fiat Uno, "moving at great speed towards us, but instead of doubling, the car has stabilized at our height and we were side by side" just before the car accident that claimed the lives of Diana.
        
She said in the Daily Mail he never talked to the police in six years for fear of being murdered, but has decided after reading the "lies" of her ex-husband.
         The driver and owner of the famous Fiat Uno (never found), James Andanson, died bizarrely in a "suicide by cremation."
James Keith investigative journalist who was investigating a possible pregnancy of the princess died during minor surgery.
        
In October 1996 the princess wrote to her butler, "Someone is planning an accident in my car, brake failure, a head injury that would leave the way clear for Charles to marry Camilla Parker-Bowles."

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