Friday, September 6, 2013

Book Review: The Princess Diana Conspiracy: The Evidence of Murder by Alan Power

The Princess Diana Conspiracy:
The Evidence of Murder

Author: Alan Power
Hardcover: 320 pages
Publisher: Probity Press Ltd (August 29, 2013)

Kindle Edition
File Size: 807 KB
Print Length: 298 pages
Publisher: Probity Press Ltd (August 26, 2013)
Sold by: Amazon Digital Services, Inc.

Note: I received a review copy of this book free from Pump Up Your Book Blog Tour. The review posted below is based on my personal thoughts while reading the book.

Ratings: ★ ★ ★ ★ ★

My thoughts:

This book authored by Alan Power talks about the death of Princess Diana, not by a car crash but a planned murder by the Royal Family. The book is mostly just a re-telling and detailed analysis of the whole scenario with the author's view on the matter, taken from the evidences/testimonies of the witnesses presented in courts. 

This allows readers to see the life story of Princess Diana/Diana Spencer before she became a princess, during her marriage with Prince Charles and after her death. I knew some of the things mentioned here as they're on the news but reading the detailed description of the evidences . . . they are interesting to read but it can be pretty depressing too. Yes, really depressing, the way a princess lived her life in the palace in a loveless marriage, without having real friends and knowing all communications/vehicles are being bugged 24/7 by the British Security Services and even if she's out of the country, she's still being monitored. The murder evidences can be convincing, especially the witnesses' sudden deaths. Like if you witness the car crash, sometime later in your life, you'll be dead, either by committing suicide or heart attack. Yay! The only thing I disliked in the book was the constant repetition of some of the evidences (the motive, witnesses' stories, etc), thought the book is longer than it should be. I highly recommended this book for readers who are into true crime/true story books. 

About the book:

The Princess Diana Conspiracy presents extremely incriminating evidence that all democratic nations should embrace. Its proven that the paparazzi were kept away from court through “Political Intervention”; the decision to embalm Diana was taken at a “Diplomatic Level”; MI6 are proven to have perverted the course of justice and are forced into acknowledging they murder people; senior police officers compared their evidence to get their stories straight during the inquest and repeatedly sidestepped crucial questions-just some of the information disclosed.

The authorities are examined both pre and post the Paris attack. Disturbing evidence is presented and questions are raised over Britain’s democracy where the people are supposed to be the law. If you share this books view that this heinous act was intolerable then consider; Diana’s murder needed the nod from someone in a position of considerable power or influence; so, who gave the order?

Post attack, shamefaced authorities were coerced into cooperating with a subterfuge just because the people’s justice endangered one family and, of course, MI6; clearly an abuse of the people’s democracy. This book shows evidence of murder that any honest court would accept.

Murderous monsters assassinated Diana to preserve the status quo; an act of which the Nazi SS or the old KGB would have been proud. But instead of burning books, these people now intimidate writers who seek justice and they are, in my view, guilty of treason. Please read and consider your verdict.

About the author:

The author has enjoyed a variety of interests including being a drama student, an official candidate of the Conservative party and a company CEO. His hobbies are flying aeroplanes, pistol shooting, scuba diving and he is a past Rugby football player.

After Diana’s murder, Alan felt rage that such a beautiful and natural person as Diana could be used, abused and so cruelly discarded; he considered the probability that this crime was to ensure the monarchy’s survival and found the time to begin an investigation. He has produced startling new evidence to satisfy any honest court that Diana was murdered. Also that it was conducted by serving MI6 officers using their “Increment” military attachment; it wasn’t rogue MI6 officers, considered as being possible during the inquests.

Despite many attempts by others to prevent, or delay, this book’s release, Alan now brings you his findings. There is an overview of the background to Diana’s dilemma and a selection of relevant events prior to the inquests when Alan delivers the most compelling and damming indictments in his search for British Democracy.

Alan asks you to consider the facts and then to deliver the most important verdict of all; yours.
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