Diana's Death

Princess Diana’s untimely death on August 31, 1997, is once again causing political tremors.

By (Farouk Araie, by email)

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Published: Fri 23 Aug 2013, 11:56 PM

Last updated: Tue 7 Apr 2015, 5:09 PM

Ironically her car crashed into a road tunnel in Paris. Evidence in the public domain, clearly indicates that she was killed in a carefully orchestrated plot.

The cardinal question is, what were a multitude of MI6 Agents doing in Paris at the time of her death?

It was Lord Stevens who told the parents of Henri Paul, the driver of the ill-fated car that their son was not drunk at the time of the incident.

Lord Steven was in charge of Operation Paget, the investigation into Diana’s death.

Five weeks later he changed his mind, why?

A tape recording of one unnamed informant claimed that the Queen’s Private Secretary, Robert Fellowes, who was also Diana’s brother-in-law, was in the French capital an hour before the crash and was seen in the communications room of the British Embassy.

On September 9, there were reports of Henri Paul’s flat in Paris had revealed a veritable drinking den.

These reports contradicted what was affirmed at that time. An inspection of Henri Paul’s flat by detectives of the French Criminal Division, 48 hours after the crash, had found only bottles of soda water, and other drinks.

Blood samples taken from Henri Paul’s suit jacket after his death, and the only one that has been positively linked to him by DNA testing on his mother Giselle, shows no measurable trace of alcohol in his body. In a tragedy of this magnitude, truth has become the first casualty.



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