Plum City – (AbelDanger.net). United States Marine Field McConnell has linkedthe livery company lottery which gave the Stationers and the Solicitors authority to frame Prince Charles as a suspect in the murder of Princess Diana, to MI-2 agents who saw Diana and her husband as obstacles to the careers of the former Smythson director, Samantha Cameron and former Sidley Austin associate, Barack Obama.
McConnell claims that MI-2 agents used Nortel’s Joint Automated Booking System to place forgers, stationers and solicitors at crime scenes associated with the production of the Mishcon note (1995?) and the Princess Diana note (2003?) both of which appear to set up Prince Charles as an extorted suspect.
MI-2 = Protection racket = Marcy (bona vacantia) + Inkster (escrow) + Interpol (Foreign Fugitive File)
MI-2 = Marine Intelligence and Investigation unit set up in www.abeldanger.net cloud to destroy above
McConnell notes that in Book 12 published at www.abeldanger.net, agents deployed by the Marine Intelligence and Investigations (MI-2) group are mingling in various OODA modes with agents of the Marcy Inkster Interpol (MI-2) protection racket based at Skinners’ Hall.
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Abel Danger · C2CSI August 19, 2013
“Diana 'crash plot' royal named by ROBERT JOBSON, Evening Standard
Princess Diana claimed in a letter that the Prince of Wales wanted to kill her, it was revealed today.
The allegation, from a note she gave to her former butler Paul Burrell, was published in the Daily Mirror.
The paper claims that 10 months before her death in a car crash, she wrote: "My husband is planning 'an accident' in my car, brake failure and serious head injury... to make the path clear for him to marry."
At the time, October 1996, Diana was said to be close to a breakdown after the stress of her divorce.
She greatly resented Charles for what she saw as his rejection of her in favour of his mistress Camilla Parker Bowles.”
Lord Condon gives evidence to French inquiry over 'suppressed Diana evidence'
Lord Condon, a former Met Police chief has given evidence at a French inquiry into allegations that he suppressed evidence in the investigation into the death of Diana, Princess of Wales.
2:49AM GMT 26 Jan 2012
Lord Condon, who was commissioner from 1993 to 2000, and former assistant commissioner Sir David Veness said they had voluntarily offered to provide witness evidence to the French Juge d'Instruction.
Former Harrods boss Mohammed al Fayed, the father of Dodi, who also died in the August 1997 Paris car crash, has long accused the pair of deliberately withholding evidence from the French investigation into their deaths.
Lord Condon said: ''Sir David and I volunteered to go to Paris as witnesses to help the French authorities explore and then bring to a conclusion these repeated complaints made by Mr al Fayed.
"We trust that our evidence was helpful, and we both sincerely hope that for all concerned, including Mr al Fayed, some closure can be finally brought to this tragic case.''
In 2009 a French inquiry into the investigation into Diana's death heavily criticised the French authorities and the French state was ordered to pay almost £5,000 in compensation to Mr al Fayed.
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Judges found there were problems in establishing that Henri Paul, the couple's chauffeur who also died, was drunk at the time of the accident and a mix-up with his post-mortem examination and blood tests created unnecessary delays.
The new French inquiry is being led by Judge Gerard Caddeo, Mr al Fayed said.
Mr al Fayed's claims that evidence was withheld centre around a letter - dubbed the Mishcon note - which was written by Diana's divorce lawyer Lord Mishcon after an October 1995 meeting outlining her fears that there was a plot to kill her in a car crash.
In his statement issued Mr al Fayed said: ''His (Judge Caddeo's) interviews of Lord Condon and Mr Veness are the beginning of a thorough investigation by the French authorities into why Lord Mishcon's letter was not provided to the initial French inquiry.
''As the father of Dodi and a good friend of the princess, I trust that the outcome of these French investigations will be that those who are guilty will be properly punished.''
Lord Mishcon passed on the letter to police in confidence following a meeting with Lord Condon after the Princess's death.
It was only when Diana's former butler, Paul Burrell, produced a note from the princess making very similar allegations in the Daily Mirror in October 2003 that the police agreed to hand the letter over and that December it was sent to the coroner investigating the princess's death.
Mr al Fayed has always said he believed there had been a cover up.
At the UK inquest into the deaths, Mr al Fayed implicated many establishment figures in the plot to kill or cover up the murder of the couple.”
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