The Murder of Princess Diana by Noel Botham
The death of Princess Diana, Princess of Wales, sent shockwaves around the world. A nation was left in mourning, but soon feelings of suspicion surfaced: was her death all that the Establishment might wish us to believe? Now, after an exhaustive two-year probe, investigative writer and former journalist Noel Botham has dared to reveal what the people of Britain have always believed - that Dianas death was murder.
Using his unique contacts in the secretive worlds of intelligence and royalty, the author has uncovered the facts that prove Diana was - as she herself predicted she would be - the victim of a professional hit squad. He presents a clear account of what really happened on that fateful day of 31 August 1997. Why was the killing sanctioned? How was it executed? Was there really another car in the tunnel at the time of the crash? All of these questions and more, including how the truth was covered up by an official whitewash, are answered.
This astounding book is what all enquiring minds have been waiting for, blowing the lid off the secrets the Establishment does not want us to know. The Murder of Princess Diana firmly lays to rest the theory that Dianas death was a tragic accident, and finally gives the people of Britain the explanation they deserve.
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Death of Diana, Princess of Wales
After , it was theorised that there was an orchestrated criminal conspiracy surrounding the death of Diana, Princess of Wales. In , a French investigation concluded that Diana died as the result of an accident. Prominent in disputing the official version of events have been the British newspaper Daily Express   and Egyptian businessman Mohamed Al-Fayed , whose son, Dodi , was Diana's boyfriend at the time and also died with her in the crash. In , Diana's butler Paul Burrell published a note that had been written by Diana, in which she had claimed that someone was "planning 'an accident' in [her] car, brake failure and serious head injury" so that her former husband could marry again. This investigation looked into conspiracy claims that had been made by Fayed. Theorists have alleged that the driver of the Mercedes benz, acting head of Ritz security Henri Paul , was in the pay of a national security service, though different versions of the allegation name the country of the security service alternately as Britain, France or the United States.
Diana, Princess of Wales died on 31 August , after a car she was travelling in crashed in the Pont de l'Alma tunnel in Paris. The couple had been dating for a few weeks, and were planning to spend one night at Dodi's father's Hotel Ritz Paris before heading back to London. They had intended to go to a restaurant for dinner that evening, but due to the high level of paparazzi interest in their movements, they changed their plans. Instead, the couple decide to head to Dodi's apartment in Rue Arsene Houssaye, a short distance from the hotel, just off the Avenue des Champs-Elysees. The last-minute decision to change plans meant that the hotel's acting security manager, Henri Paul, was called back to the hotel to chauffeur them. He had been off-duty for three hours and had drunk two double shots of a licorice-flavored aperitif called Ricard - the equivalent of four single shots of whisky - at the hotel bar before getting into the car. Diana's two bodyguards left in a decoy car from the front of the hotel as an attempt to divert photographers.
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In the early hours of 31 August , Diana, Princess of Wales died in hospital after being injured in a car crash in a road tunnel in Paris , France. Her partner, Dodi Fayed , and their driver, Henri Paul , were pronounced dead at the scene. Their bodyguard, Trevor Rees-Jones , survived serious injuries.
Top UK forensic pathologist Richard Shepherd, who gave evidence in a major inquiry into Princess Diana's death, has revealed the incredibly rare injury that claimed her life after the car crash in Paris. Shepherd has revealed Diana's fatal injury was "tiny" - and he has never seen a similar cause of death in his decades as a top pathologist. The cause of death also explains how Diana could be conscious and able to speak to rescuers, but her condition quickly worsened. And if she had been wearing a seatbelt Diana may have survived the crash with just a black eye, rib injuries and maybe a broken arm. In a British police inquiry was opened to establish if there as any reason to doubt that Diana and Dodi Fayed were victims of a road crash accident, with Shepherd appointed to review the evidence.
The media was all over her situation, badgering her for interviews and scrounging for any drips of information that she can give. It comes as no surprise that aside from reputable news outlets taking her statements, gossip tabloids also took their share of the limelight, spreading rumors and false narratives just to get sales. Her tragic passing due to the Paris car crash did not change that, resulting to some vile stories about her passing, implying some scandalous issues revolving around it. Among the rumors circulating are the allegations that her death was no accident but an assassination and that she was actually pregnant upon her passing. A discovery a while back seemed to have verified her unusual death, making the rumors a possibility. However, leading forensic pathologist Dr. The princess, however, seemed to be in good condition right after the accident, having been able to communicate with the first responders.