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Death of Diana-Unlawful Killing ?
« on: December 15, 2012, 09:20:19 PM »
Keith Allen's documentary on the death of Diana - Unlawful Killing -
is finally online in full
http://www.uncovered-truth.com/
http://www.911forum.org.uk/board/viewtopic.php?p=163303#163303
 
Direct download/watch links
 right click & save file as or simply click to watch



 
TonyGosling wrote:
And here it is as a single film.

eith-allen_news
 This of course is the channel now censored by Ofcom
 
Distribution of this film has just been SHELVED
 
06Jul12 - Keith Allen's Princess Diana film Unlawful Killing gets
canned
http://www.metro.co.uk/tv/904375-keith-allens-princess-diana-documenta
ry-unlawful-killing-gets-canned
 A documentary by controversial film-maker Keith Allen called Unlawful
Killing and focusing on Princess Diana's death has been shelved over
the potential legal action it would face.
 Keith Allen's Unlawful Killing documentary will not make it to our
screens
 The film, which sees Allen question the circumstances surrounding
Diana's death, received an unofficial screening at Cannes last year.
 A spokesperson for the company behind the film told The Sun:
'Unlawful Killing has been sold all around the world.
 'But there was a specific form of insurance needed by the US
distributors to cover them for their French and UK offices. This
proved impossible to secure. The film has been withdrawn in
perpetuity.'
 Allen ? father to pop star Lily ? had previously indicated that he
thought the controversial film would never make it to UK screens.
 The 59-year-old refused to censor the documentary, which contained a
dying photo of the Princess of Wales.
 It was financed by Mohammed Al-Fayed, the father of Diana's partner
Dodi.
 Allen is known for his inflammatory documentaries, having previously
focused his attentions on the British National Party.
TonyGosling wrote:
Press TV review the film which cannot be shown in the UK due to legal
threats from the royals to filmmaker Keith Allen. These threats cite
the 'distress' which 'will' be caused if the a still picture of Diana
looking uninjured after the crash which appears in the film and which
has previously appeared in various countries is shown to the British
public.
 Contrast this with the Zabruder film shots of assassinated US
President John F. Kennedy having his head blown off which was not
shown on US TV until 1977.
 
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