Nearly 16 years after the tragic death of Princess Diana and her Egyptian Boyfriend Dodi Al-Fayed, a new conspiracy is surfacing which reveal that the road accident in which princess Diana and her boyfriend died was well crafted by British Royal forces with the help of France Intelligence Agencies. British police did claim on Saturday, 17th of August, 2013 that they are assessing new information about Princess Diana’s death, but declined to reopen investigation which was closed in 2008.
On 30th August, 1997, Princess Diana and her boyfriend, Dodi Al-Fayed was killed in a fatal road accident when their car crashed a pillar in the Pont de L’Alma tunnel in central Paris. The incident happened after they left the Ritz Hotel. The chauffer, Henri Paul was driving the Mercedes Benz at very high speed. In this accident, all the three occupants of the car died while Dodi’s bodyguard was the sole survivor. There have been many conspiracy theories for Diana’s death which erupted immediately after the accident with Dodi’s father, Mohammed Al Fayed who was the owner of Harrod’s Departmental Store claiming that British Royal Forces were behind the attack. He in fact, publicly accused Princess Diana’s former father-in-law, Prince Philip for conspiring the murder of his son and Princess Diana. He further added that a member of British Royal force was spotted immediately after the accident. Various investigations were conducted by French and British authorities and at the end, it was concluded that Papparazi and the drunken driver, Henri Paul were responsible for the accident. According to the investigators’ theory, the couple was chased by the Papparazi reporters in the streets of Paris and Henri Paul was driving the car at very high speed to escape from them. Ultimately, he lost control of the car and it dashed against the pillar of the tunnel. Incidentally, Henri Paul’s autopsy report showed alcohol content between 1. 73 and 1.75 grams per liter, four times the legal limit in France.
In the wake of the new claims about Princess Diana’s death, police have declined to comment further on what constitute the “new developments”. However, Sky News claimed that the sources armed with this ‘new information’ have proof to believe that the couple was killed by British Military. This allegation has come to them through the parent in law of a former British Special forces sniper. Another British daily, Sunday People claimed that the parent-in-laws of the alleged soldier has submitted a seven page handwritten letter to military authorities and then to London Police. The soldier, whose name was not revealed, claimed that he boasted to his wife that the British Special Air Service commandos were behind the deaths of Princess Diana and her boyfriend. The British Ministry of Defense have told that it is for the police to investigate, while Al Fayed spokesman told that he would trust British police will do extensive investigation this time.
The allegations have overturned the 2007 inquest by the investigation agencies that the couple was not murdered. It further strengthen Mohamed Al-Fayed’s claim that British Royal family has killed his son and Princess Diana. It further corresponds to a Daily Mirror Report in 2003 where it stated that 10 months before her death, Princess Diana wrote a letter to her former butler where described that she was going through the most dangerous phase of her life and that someone has tried to kill her by tampering the brakes of the car.
The three people who died in the car crash
Princess Diana Car Crash Photos
Henri Paul Pictures (Main Accused)
Henri Paul seeing waving to someone just before he stepped out with Princess Diana and Dodi Al-Fayed and drove the car
The autopsy report
Trevor-Rees Jones Pictures
Dodi Al-Fayed’s bodyguard was the sole survivor of the car crash. He remembers nothing of the incident, the only two things that he remembers is stepping out of the hotel and the sound of Diana crying and calling Dodi’s name.
Trevor Rees-Jones seen with injuries on his face
Inspector Ken Wharfe, the first royalty protection officer of Lady Diana and her confidant, writes a tell-all, including what happened that fateful night in the memoir – Diana – A Closely Guarded Secret.