The Queen's Assassination Attempt That Was Covered Up
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Voice Over: Colton Nelson
Script: Colton Nelson
RELEASED: July 08, 2018
In 1981 the Queen, Elizabeth II, was the victim of an assassination attempt by Christopher John Lewis. In this researched, humorous video we dive into what happened and how and why Christopher John Lewis failed.
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The Queen's Assassination Attempt That Was Covered Up Script
In 1981 the Queen, Elizabeth II, was the victim of an assassination attempt by Christopher John Lewis.
In this researched, humorous video we dive into what happened and how and why Christopher John Lewis failed.
Written: June 15, 2018
Author: Colton Nelson
Series: No Dress Code
SCRIPT (unedited first draft)
The Queen is (no, not that queen, or that queen. No that’s queen of AIDS. Oh, there it is, yes that queen), Sorry, The Queen is like old, and I mean, really old. She was born April 21, 1926. Making her, at the time of upload, 92 years old. Making her the longest living monarch.
So, she’s lived a long time. But that doesn’t mean she hasn’t had close calls with death. Though some might wish she had. (Prince Charles).
In the year 1981, around the time we buy costumes and make our dentists happy, the queen went to visit New Zealand, which is you’ll know from Peter Jackson’s Hobbit and Lord of the Rings Films. It pretty much just like Australia, just more redneck.
Christopher Lewis, a 17 (yes, 17-year-old kid, who was a fan of this **hole (Charles Manson), attempted to kill the Queen.
His weapon of choice was a .22 because if you want a gun to be deathly you bring a .22. Thinking his, he only brought one bullet. His plan was to do a driveby. But since he only had his learners permit, and none of his friends, for some weird reason, didn’t want to go with him. So, the car was out of the subject.
So, he got his bike. But not just any bike, this bike, which is awesome for obvious reasons.
Since he didn't realize that the queen would be guarded, which is not common for someone with power and money, he made up his mind to pick a good spot and wait for the queen. Lewis, knowing that his .22 was an extremely powerful gun, picked a spot a nice distance away. His plan was to shoot the queen as she was leaving the car.
As the queen got out of her car, he shot his gun. Like said before, his gun was a .22. He was also a 17-year-old kid, so as you would expect, he was a very good shot. I’m kidding he missed. The round went through the window of the car and didn’t do any damage. In fact, his impact was so small, the police were able to cover up the assassination attempted. Some people heard the shots. But no many.
Lewis was arrested a week later, well a Beatles version of a week.
As you aren’t a time traveler, from before 1981, watching this video, you know that the queen is alright and still alive, and this event hadn’t been a huge impact.
Lewis did try to escape from the mental hospital, two years later, it was at the time Charles, and his long-lasting wife visited the country. Don’t worry he didn’t get close to killing Diana and Charles, nothing could kill those two.
Lewis died in jail at the age of 33.
There is a lesson to be learned here, if you want to successfully assassinate someone, don’t bring just one bullet, make sure your gun is better than a .22. And make sure you are shooting from the same side of the car that the person is coming out of. It helps with seeing.
Oh, the FCC would like me to say that you shouldn’t kill anybody. It’s wrong. Don’t even attempt it. IT’S WRONG. VERY WRONG. BAD. VERY BAD.