Jacintha Saldanha

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Kate's Fake Pregnancy - Part 1 Remember Jacintha Saldanha, the nurse who was duped in "the royal phone call scandal"? Three days after the call, she was found hanged. The news media called it a suicide.   What was fishy about the story is that the nurse had access to a pharmacy of drugs that she could have used to commit suicide. Why would she choose such a violent death by hanging herself when she had other options? There was no evidence that she was suicidal, unstable or psychologically frail, nor was she reprimanded, suspended or disciplined in any way.  The palace couldn't risk a leak to the media that Kate and Britain's future King rented the womb of a surrogate(s) and faked Kate's pregnancy. That news would have been disastrous for the reputation of the heartless royals and their future King.  Jacintha Saldanha's death was blamed by the media on the prank call in order to put a stop to any murder investigation. A murder investigation might have proved that an MI6 agent snuck into her flat, forced her to write a suicide note, then strangled her with a scarf and hung her inside her wardrobe closet.  In one of three letters that Jacintha may have been forced to write, she said, "Please accept my apologies. I am truly sorry. Thank you for all your support." Another note said, "I hold the Radio Australians Mel Greig and Michael Christian responsible for this act. Please make them pay my mortgage. I am sorry. Jacintha." Does this sound authentic?  Jacintha's body "bore injury marks on the wrist, a medical report, based on her autopsy, stated." The unexplained body injury marks on her wrist were possibly the result of being apprehended by her murderer who made her death appear to be a suicide.

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