Their View: Conspiracists draw interesting comparison to Kennedy -
Holding a legitimate inquiry into the conspiracy theories that often arise is a worthwhile step, but it's doubtful that any inquiry will lay to rest all the theories surrounding the death of England's Princess Diana in a Paris car crash in 1997.
A British judge has decided to take on the inquiry and will rule on evidence herself instead of using a jury. She said the jury wouldn't be able to wade as deep into the evidence and couldn't consider questions of conspiracy.
There are odd parallels to the assassination of President Kennedy, where conspiracy theories still abound after multiple government inquiries and the passage of 43 years.
- Steubenville Herald-Star