'Who Killed The Queen Of Hearts?' is a dramatic motion picture portrayal of the conspiracy to assassinate Diana Princess of Wales and her lover Dodi Fayed.
The plots within plots unfold as the complex planning gets underway to orchestrate the murders, and make them look like an innocent road traffic accident. How the British Secret Services, hand in hand with their French counterparts brought about the violent end to The People’s Princess and the man with whom she had planned to start a new life.
From the moment the world's media broke the story of Diana Princess of Wales' untimely death, the conspiracy theories were rife.
I scoured every UK newspaper for weeks after the tragic news first hit. There were many unexplained anomalies. Those first on the scene who spoke to the TV crews suddenly disappeared. None of the CCTV cameras in the immediate vicinity were operational. It was reported that the Mercedes S Class had its computer stolen, and was off the road for 14 days just prior to the crash, when it only takes hours to replace a computer. The nearest hospital to the crash scene was strangely 'out of action' at the time of the incident. The roads leading to the Alma Tunnel were relatively traffic free at this busy time on a Saturday evening. The video camera operator seen filming the entire aftermath was never questioned, or found. There were many unanswered questions.
When I first sent my proposals for this movie to the various film studios, one studio boss gave me a friendly warning. So I shelved the project.
The Daily Star, a UK national newspaper, although I use the term loosely took that friendly warning and turned it into a sinister front page story. Amazing what they printed, without ever speaking to me.
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