Princess Diana – the people’s princess. She was adored by everyone who knew her, and she brought light wherever she went. She was known for her compassion and kindness, grace and elegance. Life was cruel to steal her so young from her people, at such a young age, too.
Her death since then has affected thousands all over, especially when news of her death first leaked. The entire world was in mourning. Even now, many years later, her death still leaves a scar in the hearts of her people. Everyone thought, and it was investigated, too, that her death was caused by paparazzi chasing her, causing her and her then lover’s car to crash, resulting in the ill-fated lovers passing away immediately upon impact.
However, new evidence has been found. Or rather, someone has stepped forward to confess his crimes, after so many years. John Hopkins, a retired MI5 agent, has since made some terribly astonishing confessions since he has been released from the hospital on Wednesday, after being told he only had weeks left to leave. He had kept his secrets for so long, so why is he finally letting them out of the bag? Because his demise is near, he claimed. Moreover, many of those who were involved have already passed away; he added on as one of the reasons that he is finally confessing to crimes.
John Hopkins, before he got discharged from the hospital
Mr. Hopkins, now 80 years old, spent 38 years of his life working for MI5. He claimed that his main job was to eliminate political opponents that were threats to the United Kingdom’s domestic security. His boss told him to eliminate Princess Diana as he was quoted as saying “She knew too many Royal secrets. She had a huge grudge and she was going to go public with all sorts of wild claims.
My boss told me she had to die – he’d received orders directly from Prince Philip – and we had to make it look like an accident. I’d never killed a woman before, much less a princess, but I obeyed orders. I did it for Queen and country.” He went on to claim that this went up so high in the hierarchy and that there is no free press in Britain at all, claiming that “British journalists all answer to editors who answer to oligarchs who all want knighthoods from the crime family at Buckingham Palace. There is no free press in Britain, ”
He then proceeded to confess that if Prince Phillips were to take a test, he would surely be deemed as a psychopath. When asked why he accepted the job, he answered that he swore his allegiance to the crown – he had no other choice, or to face a fate even worse than death. However, he seems to lack remorse or guilt, clearly believing he was just “doing a job”. Moreover, hardly anything is ever written about MI5’s secret operations, which can be a reason why Mr. Hopkins is so unrepentant of his actions.
Parents from South Carolina have been taken into custody after leaving their 2-year-old child at home alone as they went to New York, the Charleston Police Department said.
Authorities say that on November 17, close to 2 p.m., they arrived to a residence after receiving information about a toddler being by themselves in an apartment.
Court documents show that someone told police that the child’s father sent a text message indicating that he was in New York for business purposes.
Because the apartment complex couldn’t reach anyone inside of the apartment, they conducted an emergency walk-through.
Records state that a child was discovered asleep on a bed in the living room.
Authorities stated that the child woke up and wanted his empty water bottle. Besides a dirty pamper, the toddler was in good condition and was transported to a hospital through a foster care provider.
Police say that they attempted to contact the father and mother but were unable to do so.
Later, 24-year-old Donald Gekonge, the father of the child, reached out to the complex and talked to police. He reportedly told them that he had left at 6 a.m. that morning, and he was “only a few states away.”
Eventually, he stated that he was in New York for business, and he was unaware of who was caring for his toddler. However, he believed that it was the mother of the child, Darline Aldrich.
Then, later on, Gekonge’s story evolved even more. He admitted that Aldrich was in New York, as well, for an emergency.
Gekonge and Aldrich were apprehended on charges of unlawful conduct toward a child.
Gekonge’s bond was set at $50,000, and Aldrich’s bond was placed at $75,000.
SPRINGDALE, Utah – On the morning of Wednesday, November 23, Zion National Park shuttle drivers reported that visitors had encountered an injured man and a non-responsive woman in the Narrows.
The Zion National Park Search and Rescue Team responded and found the man on Riverside Walk. Team members transported the man to the Zi on Emergency Operations Center. Farther up the Narrows, other team members found a non-responsive woman near the Virgin River. First responders administered emergency aid, but they determined she was deceased.
Zion National Park’s response involved more than 20 search and rescue team members.
A 33-year-old man and 31-year-old woman, a married couple, had started their permitted 16-mile trip through the Narrows from the top-down on Tuesday, November 22. The man reported they became dangerously cold overnight and experienced symptoms consistent with hypothermia.
The pair stopped about a mile and a half from the north end of Riverside Walk (a paved trail that leads from the Temple of Sinawava to the Narrows). Early in the morning of November 23, the man continued on to get help while the woman remained. Park rangers encountered the man on Riverside Walk where other visitors were assisting him down the trail. Other visitors farther up the Narrows administered CPR to the woman before Zion Search and Rescue Team members arrived.