Skull 'n' Bones Osteoporosis Division shields Camilla from Diana inquest probe

Written by queen mudder

Wednesday, 26 September 2007

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Camilla: Skull 'n' Bones thuggery suspected

Clarence House, London - (Conspiracy Courier): Hellfire Club grandees in London believe their counterparts at the Osteoporosis Division of the Ancient American Order of the Skull 'n' Bones have shielded Camilla from investigation into the death of Princess Diana.

According to officials preparing for the Inquest on Tuesday 2nd October Camilla was under CIA surveillance after payments initially sourced to Fidel Castro were found in her Northern Rock offshore bank account in Grand Cayman.

Subsequent probes discovered former Yale University alumni to be responsible for the Cuban dictator's financial arrangement.

Some cash sums were also found to have been provided by the then Saudi ambassador to the United States Prince Bandar, who the UK's Serious Fraud Squad has named as the recipient of £1.2 billion of UK's tax payers' largesse in the MOD slush-fund scandal linked to the Al-Yammamah arms-for-oil deal.

Interpol has also confirmed that Camilla's Grand Cayman stash drip-fed monthly annuities into Ritz Hotel driver Henri Paul's savings account at the Bourse Terminale in Limoges.

Clarence House has steadfastly refused to allow Camilla to be questioned about her whereabouts on the evening immediately prior to Diana's fatal car crash in August 1997 and denied that the horse-faced old plonker ever had even a remote reason to supercede Diana in the public eye.

Kate Middleton is bonkers.

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