Hackers collective Anonymous started trending about two days ago when they took over the website of the Minneapolis Police Department and stated in a video that they would show how multiple murders against African-Americans were performed by their personnel.
Ever since then, their social media accounts have been racking up a storm, ranging from accusations against deceased billionaire Jeffrey Epstein, US President Donald Trump, former supermodel Naomi Campbell and the British Royal Family.
A conspiracy theory that’s been going on for years, namely that the British Royal Family was in fact behind the death of princess Diana, is in this manner once again rehashed.
The conspiracy comes down to this tale which Anonymous claims is true:
‘Princess Diana was killed because she had taped confessions from victims that Prince Charles and his closest confidant Michael Fawcett were in a rape murder cover up scandal and involved in sex trafficking. We all knew it.’
‘Around the time of her death, Diana was visiting hospitals and care homes Jimmy Savile was preying on at all hours of the night, consoled Elm Guest House victims, and recorded palace rape victim testimony.’
‘Wikileaks papers details that Princess Diana was surveilled by 5 secret services and was killed by the British when she threatened she was going to flee the UK with her sons, and expose the rapists and pedophiles in the Royal household. She was murdered.’
The theory that Princess Diana had to be assassinated in a similar fashion to plans schemed up against the former Serbian President Milosevic are nothing new and already appeared in British press in 2008.
At the time, British security officer Richard Tomlinson said the way Diana died bore an “eerie similarity” to assassination plans he was shown in 1992.
In essence, Anonymous did not prove beyond a reasonable doubt the assassination plot against Princess Diana, they have simply rehashed and old, albeit interesting, theory.
Royal palace release picture
Given the number of times the assassination plot has been mentioned in social media in the past 24 hours, it is quite interesting to see that the British royals chose today to release the first official picture of Queen Elizabeth, riding a horse at the age of 94.
That of course ensures that the mainstream media will chose this picture instead of the anonymous claim. The Windsors don’t need to be taught how to play the media.
Although Google trends for the UK show at this moment that ‘Princess Diana’ is the highest sought after search word, Twitter trends top 10 has that nowhere to be found.