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Princess Diana

1961 ~ 1997

Diana, Princess of Wales, her companion Dodi Al Fayed and their driver were killed in the early hours of Sunday, 31 August 1997. The People's Princess was 36 and leaves behind two young Princes, William and Harry.

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From: "Wizard Idiomas" <[email protected]>

Subject: diana's death

Date: Tue, 2 Sep 1997 11:57:55 -0300

di had been given hell by those vicious papers for years,they managed to

destroy her privacy as well as her peace,now i believe they got what they

were after:her death.

now the people of britain should say no to this murderer press that do

nothing but distorse,abuse and destroy people lives!!!!!!!!!!!! let's fight

them by not buying them any more,it is time for us all over the world to

start treasuring relevant news that can help the development of our nations

and leave the lives of public people alone!

and for diana i leave her one message,wherever she is now:we didn't know we

loved you so much.

Date: Mon, 01 Sep 1997 10:02:13 -0500

From: "Kevin D. Barnheart" <[email protected]>

Subject: on her death

We would like to express our deepest sympathies to Prince William and

Prince Harry and other family members. It's a sad and tragic death of

Princess Diana. Just always remember all the wonderful things she did

and her beautiful smile. She was a great lady that we admired.

From: [email protected] (Daniel Rush)

Date: Mon, 1 Sep 1997 08:02:18 -0700

Subject: Diana

Today, the whole of humanity joins in it's

unified sadness and grief not seen since the

assassination of President John F. Kennedy.

Indeed, the people of the world have been

robbed and killed by this senseless, waistfull,

and criminal truth...Princess Diana was

assassinated by cowards an filth.

The great republic of the United States joins

her British cousins in their time of darkness and

joins the world in asking God's providence to

watch over the Lady's children and the Great

nation of England.

God save us all...........

Date: Mon, 01 Sep 1997 23:16:03 -0700

From: Alan keith Fogarty <[email protected]>

Subject: Princess Diana - Simply the Best

Due to the greed and selfishness of a few people the world has lost a

very caring,loving,beautiful person, mother and lady.

Although we did not know Princess Diana personally, we always said she

was a lady. On hearing the tragic news, we have cried, and I have felt

angry because we have been robbed of a world treasure by greedy and

insensitive people, better known as vultures.

Our deepest sympathies go to Princes William & Harry, Princess Diana's

family & friends & to the Royal family.

We also extend our deepest sympathies to Dodi's family, and the

chauffeur's family for the loss of their loved ones. May the bodyguard

make a speedy and healthy recovery.

Please, let us get some principles back in this world and unite to see

that justice is done.

We love and idolise you Di. God bless, we will never forget you.

You were simply the best.

Alan and Cheryl Fogarty


Perth, Western Australia.

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Date: Sun, 31 Aug 1997 10:54:13 -0400

From: jennifer <[email protected]>

Subject: I'll miss you Princess


Well, I hope all the papparazzi are happy now, they have stalked a great

person to their death. The world will suffer losing such an angelic soul,

her great works will be sorely missed. In a society that is becoming greedy

and self-serving, we need all the "heroes" we can get. I was in shock for

hours on hearing of her passing and am mourning her loss greatly.

I never wanted to know about her private life, only of her public

life. I wanted to know of her charities and her caring that she gave to the

world so freely. She was a people person who has touched many lives and

will continue to do so

My prayers are for her two boys, who loved her dearly and will

miss her greatly. What will become of them now? She had to be admired for

influencing her children as she did, trying to instill upon them,

down-to-earth qualities, not those of the spoiled and heartless.

I hope that better laws protecting the famous will be created

though if it does I wish it could have been brought about in a better way.

It is illegal to stalk "common" folk so why shouldn't it be that for the

famous too? The papparazzi take to many liberites and it is time for all

that to stop. It is time for society to boycott all newspapers and tabloids

that encourage their readers to buy their trash. It's time for society to

get their priorities straight and realize that they (the famous) are all

people too. I just want the facts not the inner depths of their character,

not their pain, heartaches, just their facts.

I hope we all take a second look at the way we are living and make

some changes of our character, don't let Diana's death go to waste. Don't

let her sweet nature be squashed by those who only wanted to make money.

Don't let the world suffer any more uncalled for deaths by uncaring

photographers, both freelance and investigative. We're all to blame for her

tragic end, we saw she disliked them meddling in her private life and we did

nothing to prevent. We are even guilty of encouraging it by keeping them in


We have lost someone so irreplaceable I can only cry. My tears will

join the millions of others that will be flowing and as a nation we will all

share in the pain. As a society we have to stand strong and say "No more,

enough is enough...". Each of us has to reach out and share a little of

ourselves to others, as Diana did, then maybe, just maybe, all this tradegy

can be justified.

Goodbye, sweet angel, Princess of souls, may you find everlasting

joy where ever you are!

Jennifer Chatham

[email protected]


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