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http://www.buckledcranium.com/swasticow.htmlFinal trailer for Luke Leslie's first feature film, check out the bebo page: Swasticow.bebo.com or the offical website www.buckledcranium.com/swasticow.htmlHuda Galian's family were blown up by Israeli military gunboat shells targetting innocent civilians on a Gaza beach. What disgusted me was not that Israel was continuing its slaughter of the innocents but that they tried to deny their involvement. That made me sick to the pit of my stomach.Israel's Gaza Concentration Camp




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Diana murdered, Al Fayed claims
Mohamed Al Fayed
Mr Al Fayed said a note showed Diana's fears 'in black and white'
Princess Diana and Dodi Al Fayed were murdered, Mohamed Al Fayed has told the inquest into their deaths in a car crash in Paris in August 1997.

Mr Al Fayed, Harrods owner and father of Dodi, told the Royal Courts of Justice he would "make no allegations".

However, he said Princess Diana "knew Prince Philip and Prince Charles were trying to get rid of her".

The Harrods boss also said Diana had told him she was pregnant. "I am the only person they told," he said.

'Devastating note'

In his evidence, Mr Al Fayed branded Prince Philip a "Nazi" and a "racist" and said: "It's time to send him back to Germany from where he comes."

"You want to know his original name - it ends with Frankenstein," he added.




The Harrods boss also raised concerns about a note written by Diana's divorce lawyer Lord Mishcon after an October 1995 meeting. It outlined her fears there was a plot to kill her in a car crash.


My belief (they) were murdered was confirmed when I learned Lord Condon and Lord Stevens did not show the coroner the note
Mohamed Al Fayed

Profile of the Harrods boss

Lord Mishcon passed it on to police when the princess died in 1997, and after a meeting with the then Metropolitan Police Commissioner Sir Paul Condon.

The police agreed to hand it to the coroner only after Diana's former butler, Paul Burrell, produced a note from the Princess making similar allegations in the Daily Mirror in October 2003. By that time, Sir John Stevens led the Met.

Mr Al Fayed said: "My belief that my son and Princess Diana were murdered was confirmed when I learned that the two leading commissioners - Lord Condon and Lord Stevens - did not show the coroner the note made by a leading lawyer, Lord Mishcon, detailing the princess's fears for her life."

He said they "acted unprofessionally" and "must have no conscience".

The note was "devastating" and explained Diana's fears in "black and white", he said.

Wooden box

Mr Al Fayed also told the jury that Diana told him in a telephone call that she was pregnant, and that the couple said they were engaged.

He read out a statement detailing his main concerns about the crash, and the points he felt the inquest should address.

Diana told him she kept a wooden box and if anything happened to her, the contents should be made public, he said. But it had not been kept safe by Diana's butler Paul Burrell, or her sister, Lady Sarah McCorquodale.

He also said blood samples apparently taken from Mr Paul after his death did not belong to the driver.

He felt the murder was likely to have been carried out by photographer James Andanson, who has since died, on the orders of the security services.

Tape investigation

During his evidence, Mr Al Fayed held up a copy of Monday's Sun newspaper, which claims Paul Burrell said he had not told the whole truth to the inquest.

He said of Mr Burrell: "He's been sitting here in the witness box talking about baloney things. It's important to bring him back."

Lord Justice Scott Baker later told the court: "This is something that's certainly being investigated."

The coroner said he had called for the tape and would want to know the circumstances under which it was obtained.

Mr Al Fayed broke down when asked about the moment he was told Dodi was dead.

He said someone from security told him, but when asked if he remembered a call from Ritz hotel president Frank Klein, he answered: "It's difficult. I'd like to know why you are asking me things like that."

Mr Klein has told the inquest he telephoned Mr Al Fayed to break the news and he replied: "This is not an accident."

The couple's driver Henri Paul also died in the crash. Swasticows follow up to the renowned super-uber-smash-spectacularrrrr Volkswagon Summer Mix.

Swasticow Crusin the Bahn is the first feature film brought to you by Luke Leslie.Crusin the Bahn chronicles the turbulent 20 year rise and fall of Swasticow the band that was banned.

The documentary serves to spread the gospel of the cow & infect a whole new generation with the group who perfected the bassline. Incidentally the film was banned in Isreal & Austria 6 monthes prior it its release.

Featuring never before seen footage including the infamous unreleased music video Mountain Love, the documentary team have seeped through years of material and conduced our own exclusive interviews with critics, fans, managers and of course Hanz Fredrick Olo, and Vern Ludvig Icular themselves. The film will wet apetites of hardened music-a-philes and newcomers to The cow alike.

Swasticow; the experimental electronic musical duo made famous for the high mortality rates at their concerts have finally agreed to release the new heavily censored version of their bio-doc - Crusin the Bahn

Nearing 40 managers in half as many years, Hanz and Vern have no shortage of drama in their lives. Having made headlines for questionable political views, Swasticow have turned heads and worried liberals whilst bending the rules of taste and breaking the taboos of music since Gate of Time exploded onto the faces of Austrias youth in 1987.

The film explores the global ramifications of their actions, finally giving fans a rare insiders perspective of the tragic break up.This scene is a early rough cut of the scene that appears in Crusin the Bahn. Since then the music has been changed and various pieces have been added or removed.

Swasticow Crusin the Bahn is the first feature film brought to you by Luke Leslie.

3 comments:

Luke Leslie said...

As Director of the Swasticow mockumentary I was most confused to see Swasticow on your page, (flattered and enthrawed though I was) mixed with the seemingly unrelated topic of Diana etc.

Perhaps two posts got mixed?

Luke Leslie said...

As Director of the Swasticow mockumentary I was most confused to see Swasticow on your page, (flattered and enthrawed though I was) mixed with the seemingly unrelated topic of Diana etc.

Perhaps two posts got mixed?

Luke Leslie said...

As Director of the Swasticow mockumentary I was most confused to see Swasticow on your page, (flattered and enthrawed though I was) mixed with the seemingly unrelated topic of Diana etc.

Perhaps two posts got mixed?