DIANA MURDERED: SAYS PURPORTED CIA DOCUMENT
An article written by "Ru Mills" (pseudonym) and published in Conspiracy Nation (CN 12.08) gave details on the arrest of a "George Mearah" (apparently also known as Oswald LeWinter) for allegedly trying to sell top secret CIA documents to Mohamed Al-Fayed, father of Dodi Al-Fayed who died with Princess Diana in a suspicious car crash on August 31, 1997. This development was covered in several wire service and some newspaper reports. For example:
"A man was arrested in a hotel lobby in Vienna as he tried to sell documents to Mohamed Fayed that allegedly proved that his son Dodi and Diana, Princess of Wales, were murdered." (Electronic Telegraph, 4/30/98) "The suspect, a 67-year-old man whose name was withheld, had been peddling documents which purported to be evidence of a supposed murder plot, by implication involving British and U.S. intelligence." (Reuters, 4/29/98) A further update on the situation was reportedly broken on May 14, 1998, in a story appearing in the London Mirror newspaper. The Mirror apparently included one of the purported secret papers in its May 14th edition. Here is an excerpt from the blockbuster story: Mr. [Mohamed] Fayed believes the Diana papers, said to originate from the US Central Intelligence Agency, back his conviction that the British establishment masterminded a conspiracy against his son and the Princess . . . . Mr. Al Fayed said yesterday, "I intend to establish the truth behind the tragic events in Paris last August." . . . MI6 Director David Spedding is named in one telex and a squad from the Israeli secret service Mossad, referred to as the "K-Team", appears in another. [The documents] were seized in an Amsterdam hotel room three weeks ago when Mr. Al Fayed's security chief, backed by two FBI agents, met a middleman who was demanding 10 million (Pound Sterling) for them. The intermediary, 67 year old Oswald LeWinter, was arrested and is now in solitary confinement in a Vienna police cell. Here is a copy of one of the purported CIA documents, apparently published in the London Mirror: DOMESTIC COLLECTION DIVISION Foreign Intelligence Information Report Directorate of Intelligence WARNING NOTICE - INTELLIGENCE SOURCES AND METHODS INVOLVED FURTHER DISSEMINATON AND USE OF THE INFORMATION SUBJECT TO CONTROLS STATED AT BEGINNING AND END OF REPORT REPORT CLASS: TOP SECRET REPORT NO: 00.D 831/173466-97 COUNTRY: France DATE DISTR: 17 June 1997 SUBJECT: File overview: Diana Princess Of Wales-Dodi REFERENCES DCI Case 64376 SOURCE: CASParis/CASLondon/COSGeneva/CASKingston/UK citizen Ken Etheridge 1. Relationship initiated between Diana POW and Dodi aF according to reliable intel sources in November 1996. Intimacy begins shortly after they meet 2. Reliable source reports Palace seriously disturbed by liaison. PM considers any al Fayed relationship politically disastrous. Edinburgh (Prince Phillip -ed) sees serious threat to dynasty should relationship endure. Quote reported: "Such an affair is racially and morally repugnant and no son of a bedouin camel trader is fit for the mother of a future king," Edinburgh. (Report filed) 3. Request from highest circles to DEA attache UK for 6 on Dodi re: Cocaine. See File forwarded to UK embassy DC. 4. US liaison to MI6 requested by David Spedding for assistance in providing permanent solution to Dodi problem. Blessing of Palace secured. 5. WHuse (White House -ed) denies Spedding request. Harrison authorized only to arrange meeting for MI6 representative with K-Team Geneva. 6. Meeting in Geneva reportedly successful 7. al Fayed Mercedes Limo stolen and returned with electronics missing. Reliable intel source confirms K-team involved. Source reports car rebuilt to respond to external radio controls.
What does all of this mean? Supposedly, the above information was garnered from a stolen CIA
document. Just how easy it would actually be to steal a CIA document of such gravity remains
open to speculation....
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