Diana’s Death: More Lies Exposed
News Brief – March 6, 2006
London’s Daily Express this morning revealed more blunders made by French officials in the aftermath of Princess Diana’s death.
French authorities, already under fire for suppressing evidence and bungling forensic tests, have always maintained that no road traffic cameras picked up Diana’s limousine on the night she died. Now however, evidence has emerged that her last car journey was filmed.
Officials confirmed with the Daily Express that a motorist was filmed speeding in the Pont d’ Alma tunnel in Paris minutes before Diana’s Mercedes crashed there.
The disclosure made this last weekend, contradicts earlier claims by Paris authorities that all traffic surveillance cameras on the route of Diana’s last journey were out of action on the night of her death.
French authorities maintain that film of the speeding female motorist is currently “unavailable” although they didn’t specify exactly why.
Scotland Yard officers involved in Operation Paget, an ongoing investigation into Diana’s death, together with Dodi’s father Mohammed Al Fayed who is convinced his son and Diana were murdered, believe the CCTV footage could provide vital clues to the exact cause of the crash.
A source close to Mr Al Fayed told the Express: “This latest failure in the investigation comes as no surprise. It is well known that MI6 and French secret services were in action that night, but the French just want to pass it off as a simple road crash.
“The fact that there was said to be no camera footage of the journey is a vital part of the inquiry, but as usual anything to do with it has been covered up. The French just don’t seem to want to see justice done. It is no surprise that this adds to the conspiracy theory.”
Mr Al Fayed believes Diana and his son were expecting a baby; something that the British establishment would have viewed as totally unacceptable.
This was the reason they were murdered, claims Mr Al Fayed.
Last updated 09/03/2006