As much as people want to believe

Discussion in 'English Only' started by LQZ, May 12, 2011.

  1. LQZ

    LQZ Senior Member

    Andersen rejected any conspiracy theories about Diana's death.
    "As much as people want to believe that she was murdered, it was simple drunk driving. The evidence is overwhelming that's what it is...." ABCnews (no subscription)

    Dear all,

    I have trouble understanding the bold part. To my mind, it might mean that although many people want to believe she was murdered. Could you please explain to me? Thanks.

  2. St. Nick Senior Member

    It means "Despite the public's fascination with conspiracy theories and murder mysteries, ...."

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