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Was Diana Killed via Mind Control?

Was Diana Killed via Mind Control?

There have been a number of conspiracy theories related to the death of Princess Diana in 1997. Most recently, reports have surfaced that Diana might have been pregnant at the time of the accident. Author David Icke (who is interviewed in January's After Dark) writes that a secret society or "Brotherhood," arranged for her "ritual death."
In an article (1) on his website, he theorizes that the killing was accomplished by "mind control" programming that was used on the limo driver, Henri Paul. "The programming was deep within his psyche waiting to be activated," writes Icke, who suggests that Paul was given a trigger or cue just before or after the Mercedes pulled away from the Ritz.
The fatal crash of the limo involved hitting the 13th pillar in a Paris tunnel, and Icke believes this was not by chance. "The Brotherhood throughout history has had such an obsession with the number 13," he said, adding that powerful mind control would allow a person, even while traveling at a high speed, to zero in on a specific target.

1. http://www.davidicke.com/icke/articles2/mcladydi.html

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