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Old 04-05-2012, 03:01 PM
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Cambodian Royals.

Cambodian Princes and Princesses, and other members of the extended Cambodian Royal family killed and died through ill-treatment, cruelty, and suspicious circumstances 1975-79 under the Khmer Rouge Communist regime.
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Princess Laksamilawan of Thailand was murdered by her gardener. Evidently he did it so he could rob her.

Her whole life was a bit sad due to her inability to produce an heir.

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That's horrible. I bet that gardener was delt with at the hands of the king who had him killed or punished in a certain way for murdering his daughter.
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Old 04-20-2012, 02:36 PM
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Cambodian Princes and Princesses, and other members of the extended Cambodian Royal family killed and died through ill-treatment, cruelty, and suspicious circumstances 1975-79 under the Khmer Rouge Communist regime.
Hmmm. Suspicious and sad I didn't even know about this thanks for bringing it up.
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Old 04-20-2012, 03:26 PM
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That's horrible. I bet that gardener was delt with at the hands of the king who had him killed or punished in a certain way for murdering his daughter.
Laksamilawan was not the daughter of a King when she died.
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Old 04-20-2012, 03:55 PM
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... or at any other time. She was the daughter of a Prince and (first) wife of a King - but never a King's daughter.
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A long forgotten and neglected and murdered royal was poor Blanche II of Navarre!

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Holmger Knutsson, born some time before 1220, the son of king Knut II of Sweden (1229 - 1234) and his queen Helena Pedersdatter Strange, was claimant to throne after his father's death but instead the previous king Erik XI (nicknamed the Lisp and Lame) was reinstated. In 1247 Holmger made an unsuccessful attempt for the crown, but lost the battle of Sparrsätra, and was captured and executed in 1248. After his death there was an attempt to have him established as a saint.

Holmger's younger brother Filip Knutsson was also executed in 1251, having taken part in the same uprising as his brother.
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Brian Boru,High King of Ireland was murdered on Good Friday 1014,his mother Queen Bé Binn was also murdered by the Vikings.
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The Assassination of King James I of Scotland

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HSH Princess Franēoise de Monaco went to the guillotine on this day in 1794!

27 juillet 1794. La princesse de Monaco déclare źtre enceinte pour repousser son exécution. - Le Point
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This story is so tragic and sad...another 24 hours would have saved Princesse Francoise!
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There is some conflicting evidence according to modern study of bone and hair analysis Anastasia Romanovna, first wife of Ivan the terrible and the one who was keeping him somewhat sane, was poisoned with mercury. He went off his nut after that, believing she was.

He later beat his Ivan,his eldest son and heir by her, to death.
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This story is so tragic and sad...another 24 hours would have saved Princesse Francoise!
I have to admit Princess Francoise is one that I never knew much about but would like to read more.
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Bona Sforza
Queen Consort of Poland and Grand Duchess Consort of Lithuania a largely forgotten power player and formidable Matriarch in the 16th Century .

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Bona Sforza was a princess from Milan in Italy. Her daughter, Katarina Jagellonica, was married to Johan III of Sweden and became the queen of Sweden, and Katarina's son Sigismund became the king of Sweden and Poland (but he would later lose Sweden to his uncle, Carl IX). I had no idea that Bona Sforza was murdered though..
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I'd like to read & learn more about Bona and her children,they led some very interesting and dangerous lives!
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You're all forgetting George V. While you might not have an issue with doctor's help, it was still technically "murder".

1936 SECRET IS OUT - DOCTOR SPED GEORGE V'S DEATH - NYTimes.com
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That would be euthanasia rather than murder though...
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Most jurisdictions do not recognize euthanasia, even today, however. Certainly Britain did not in 1936. Even today, in those places that recognize euthanasia as a non-criminal practice, you need to follow very stringent fail-safes - patient's consent in writing, conferral with more than one doctor, other family members.

Speaking on purely legal grounds, he was murdered, as that was most likely defined in Britain in 1936.

Now do I have any moral outrage for what this doctor did? No. He put a man who had at most hours or days out of his misery. I applaud it, actually. However, it was "murder." He could very well have been tried and convicted if anyone knew.
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Premeditated ending of life without subject's agreement equals murder to me.
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