Tuesday, September 20, 2005

Andanson, Beregovoy, Diana

http://www.conspiracyplanet.com/channel.cfm?channelid=41&contentid=1989&page=2


Extract from an article by BRIAN DESBOROUGH at conspiracyplanet:

Diana's death.

A forensic report prepared for the Paris police stated that white paint found in scratches found on the limo after the crash, came from a Fiat Uno...

The Fiat was eventually discovered in a car dealership by the Al Fayed investigative team six months after the crash...

The Fiat had been licensed to leading photographer James Andanson...

He specialized in photographing Diana wherever she went and had even spent a day aboard the Al Fayed yacht photographing Diana only seven days prior to her death...

Commander Mules never conducted an intensive investigation of Andanson. Some of Andanson's paparazzi colleagues later claimed that he boasted of being in the Alma tunnel the night Diana died.

Three years after Diana's death, commandos on a training exercise in a sparsely populated region of central France, discovered Andanson's badly burned body in a car which had been set ablaze.

His death was ruled a suicide, even though the keys were missing and the car had been locked from the outside...

I believe that the primary reason for his murder is that he was under investigation at the time of his death by the French Special Branch. Such an investigation would have undoubtedly revealed Andanson's connection to the suspicious death of the former French Prime Minister Pierre Bérégovoy, Saddam Hussein's weapons of mass destruction and the Jonathan Pollard spying incident.

According to... Richard Tomlinson, Andanson was a member of UKN. This is a covert department of MI6 consisting of a group of individuals whose regular employment as journalists and paparazzi enable them to keep MI6 informed on the activities of VIP's.

Pierre Bérégovoy's death had been ruled a suicide, but was being reinvestigated at the time of Andandson's death due to the violent deaths of three other French politicians who had been linked to scandals surrounding French President Françoise Mitterand.

James Andanson had visited Bérégovoy's home town of Nevers on the day the latter had died from a bullet wound to the head.

Being photographed by Andanson was a very hazardous experience, because Andanson had also visited four other VIP's on the day they died, suggesting that he was almost certainly an assassin in the employ of one or more intelligence agencies.

Andanson was a very prominent photographer who had covered many of Diana's public appearances.

Forensic evidence proved that his Fiat Uno had been hit from behind by the limo driven by Henri Paul. Being at the crash scene prior to the arrival of the other paparazzi provided him with the photo opportunity of his lifetime, yet he failed to stop.

His UKN membership, taken in consideration with his loitering at the tunnel entrance until the limo had caught up, reinforces the suspicion that he was a member of an assassination team acting under the direction of MI6.




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