Date registered: Feb 2007
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there are a huge number of variables in any car crash; the physics of these dynamics - misunderstood by those who can't understand or accept that a crash is a sequence of events gone wrong - simply encourage conspiracy theories and fuels cover up suggestions.
Let's not focus on why the car crashed. Let's not focus on whether that S-Class was a 'rebuilt wreck' (and what does that mean, anyway?); instead, let's focus on the one thing that may have changed the outcome. In a crash that was survivable for rear-seat passengers, let's ask why Diana - someone who always wore a seatbelt - chose not to that night. Any other questions relating to what/who caused this crash, is just the babble of background noise, a distraction from the bigger question of why on earth she didn't - or couldn't?...- buckle up. Once you've established that as the starting point, you might be able to work your way back to who or what caused this crash...