Unlawful Killing is a 2011 British documentary film, directed by Keith Allen, about the deaths of Diana, Princess of Wales and Dodi Fayed on 31 August 1997. It argues that the British and French authorities covered up uncomfortable facts about the crash; and implicates the royals in orchestrating the murder of Diana and Dodi. It also alleges that Diana’s life could have been saved had she been taken to hospital quickly and efficiently, and condemns the inquest into her death for failing to investigate why this action was not taken.
Diana was 36 years old when she was killed; and her death sparked an outpouring of public grief in the United Kingdom and worldwide. Still today, the circumstances of her death haunts us. The truth about Diana’s killing will persist until true justice is served.
Dodi Fayed’s dad, Mohamed Al-Fayed, claimed that the crash was a result of a conspiracy, and later contended that the crash was orchestrated by MI6 on the instructions of the Royal Family. Keith Allen’s Unlawful Killing was produced by Mohamed Al-Fayed’s London-based production company, Allied Stars. Why would he spend millions to produce and promote a documentary on the suspicious circumstances surrounding their deaths? Keith Allen, points out how “chillingly convenient” it was for the Windsors that the crash happened when it did.
The documentary provides fairly damning evidence that Diana and Dodi were murdered by the British ‘elite’, with the support and connivance of their French counterparts. Circumstances involving their deaths were revived in 2013, surrounding the claim by a SAS sniper that the “SAS was behind Princess Diana’s death”. The Sunday Times reported on 29 January 2006 that agents of the British secret service were cross-examined because they were in Paris at the time of the crash. Eventually, the media dismissed the story; and falsely claimed the investigation was conclusive – the crash was an accident.
Repeatedly proven, the media’s real job is to catapult the propaganda that the elite hope is the accepted ‘reality’, espcially if they repeat it often enough; and censor anything evidence to the contrary.
Critical of Britain’s royal family, it wasn’t allowed to air in the UK, unless 87 cuts were made.
The consensus among the great British and world public seems to be that Diana and Dodi and their driver Henri Paul died as a result of an accidental car crash. However, because English law requires an inquestd in cases of sudden or unexplained death, one was conducted. The jury in the official 3-month-long inquiry into their deaths returned a verdict of “unlawful killing”.
The film starts by showing a letter from Diana, hand-written to her butler, predicting her own violent death. It says, “My husband is planning ‘an accident’ in my car. Brake failure & serious head injury.” Less than two years later her prediction came true.
The documentary mainly focuses on the inquest, which was called to examine the suspicious circumstances surrounding the car crash. This inquest was dismissed by several speakers in the film as a cover up. They criticise that Charles, in spite of being implicated by Diana’s letter as trying to kill her exactly the way she died, wasn’t required to appear as a witness.
At the end of the inquest, the jury had heard so much suspicious information that the coroner heading the inquest could not take any risk. In his three day instructions to the jury, he told the jury to ignore the eye-witness statements and forbid the jury to even consider the possibility of murder. The jury, however, ignored the coroners instructions and spent a whole week to carefully examine the evidence for themselves.
And concerning media reports, they were only interested in information confirming the “established consensus” previously touted as reality.
The British media misrepresenting the inquest’s verdict – in a massive world-wide misinformation campaign led by the BBC – said that it was the following paparazzi who caused the crash. What the inquest actually established was that the vehicles surrounding Diana’s car in the tunnel caused the accident. When their Mercedes entered the tunnel, they were surrounded by four motorcycles and a white Fiat Uno. The prime suspect to have caused the crash is the driver of the Fiat Uno, but neither the English nor the French police were able to identify him; and yet one of the best known paparazzi, James Andanson, with connections to secret services, drove exactly that kind of car. He was not part of the paparazzi crowd waiting in front of the Ritz hotel. None of the other vehicles got ever identified.
The most bizarre circumstance of the accident was probably the behaviour of the ambulance. Why did it take over 2 hours to get Diana to a near-by hospital? If she had received prompt hospital treatment, the expert witnesses at the inquest all agreed, Diana would have survived.
14th February 2023
It has recently come to light from a well-informed source, that Princess Diana, on the night she was murdered, was not only pregnant with Dodi Al Fayed’s baby, but had an engagement-ring from him in her purse. Also, in confirmation of what Dr. Maillez, who was the first on the crash scene said, that she was NOT badly injured in the crash, she WALKED from the crashed Mercedes to the ambulance, and there were photographs of her doing so, that were suppressed by the evil people in Buckingham Palace. The same people who organized her murder in the Pont D’Alma Tunnel in Paris, for the pretender Charles Battenberg-Windsor, as Diana wrote and told everyone.
Other notable details revealed in the documentary include:
- All CC TV cameras at the entrance to the Alma tunnel in Paris were mysteriously switched off at the time of the ‘crash’.
- The seat-belts in the back of the Mercedes in which Diana and Dodi were traveling may have been tampered with to make them inoperable.
- French doctor Jean Marc Martino took immediate control of the crash scene and the victims. It took him 37 minutes, however, to extract the still conscious Diana from the back of the car, despite the fact that the back of the car was undamaged.
- 81 minutes elapsed before the ambulance departed the scene of the crash for the nearest hospital.
- It was 103 minutes ( a further 22 minutes) before the ambulance arrived at the nearby hospital (a journey that should have taken no more than 5 minutes).
- The doctors Dr. Pepin and Professor LeComte who conducted tests on the blood samples of the driver Henri Paul appear to have used someone else’s blood to determine that Paul was drunk, when he was not. Both of these doctors were legally required to attend the inquest, but refused to appear. The French ministry of Justice protected them, citing reasons of “public order” for their refusal to attend and officially the reason was “protection of state secrets and the essential interests of the nation.”
- In 2006, a team of scientists offered to conduct tests on the samples to determine who they belonged to. The French government declared, however, that the blood samples in question “no longer existed”.
- British intelligence had developed a plan to assassinate a Serbian politician by causing his car to crash in a tunnel by flashing a strobe light at the driver.
- Many members of the British establishment, including the judiciary, police force and politicians, conspired to cover up the truth about the crash and the fact that Diana suspected she was going to killed.
The film goes on to ask why the British people still tolerate the monarchy. It accuses British officials of corruption because they were more loyal to the monarch than to the people and care more about earning a knighthood than obeying the law.
Why would the Brisith people tolerate and accept a Profane Wicked Prince as their souvereign, choosing to allow the public-concensus outwardly about Diana’s death, yet somehow quietly sensing something nerfarious lies beneath all official records of it. The acceptance of both will contribute to Britain’s downfall.
Because Unlawful Killing was censored, it became one of Muad’s Ripple Effects to ensure it was seen. He entitled it The Windsors Ripple Effect: Unlawful Killing. If you havne’t seen it please watch and share it:
Please also read Was Diana’s Extremely Convenient Death an Accident? and The Truth about The British Monarchy.