Monday, October 08, 2007


The Express newspapers (I won't link) have been publishing constant conspiracy stories about the death of Princess Diana. It's been going on for years. In many ways, it's a puzzle. In the year 2000, the proprietor of Express Newspapers, Richard Desmond, bought the titles from under the nose of Mohammed Fayed, the main advocate of these same conspiracy theories. Fayed can't have been pleased; his battles with Tiny Rowland after another takeover battle became legendary. Yet within a few years, Desmond and Fayed seem to have become close associates, even friends.

So the question remains unanswered: what could have reconciled alleged erotomaniac Fayed and pornographer Richard Desmond?

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