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DODI AND DIANA WERE MURDERED... NOW WE HAVE TO PROVE IT

 
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PostPosted: Tue Feb 28, 2006 9:32 am    Post subject: DODI AND DIANA WERE MURDERED... NOW WE HAVE TO PROVE IT Reply with quote

DODI AND DIANA WERE MURDERED... NOW WE HAVE TO PROVE IT

By Barbara Davies
MINUTES after meeting Mohamed Al Fayed, former Met chief Sir John Stevens shook him firmly by the hand and made the same solemn commitment he has made to the British public.

"We will go wherever the evidence takes us and get as many answers to the questions raised as possible," he promised the tycoon. "That is the job I will do."

Lord Stevens' assurance - just weeks after his appointment in late 2003 to head an inquiry into Princess Diana's death - reduced Mr Al Fayed to tears.

The truth, the 72-year-old says, is all he has ever wanted. And his meeting with the former police chief was the first time he felt authorities were prepared to listen to his fears over the deaths of Diana, his son Dodi and driver Henri Paul.

"Diana was pregnant," he adds. "They had both told me that. It was very early on. They planned to get married and were going to announce their engagement on the Monday, two days after they were killed.

"What right do people have to rubbish me? I know. I am his father, for God's sake."

Mr Al Fayed's claims may once have been dismissed as the ravings of a grief-obsessed father, but Lord Stevens clearly takes him very seriously indeed.

Perhaps more pertinently, he has also listened to others who have probed the crash independently of his own 15-strong team.

Lord Stevens is due to hand his report to Royal Coroner Michael Burgess in the summer before the adjourned inquest into Diana's death is reopened.

One source reveals: "I'm convinced Lord Stevens knows things aren't right. Right now there may not be enough evidence for murder, but too many questions will remain to convince anyone it was an accident.

"That may mean the inquest will, at the very least, have to reach an open verdict."

Such an outcome would bring some comfort, but Mr Al Fayed insists his campaign will go on until he proves his claims. "I'm a father who lost a son and I will not rest," he vows.

The Harrods owner has already spent many millions investigating the events surrounding that tragic night in Paris on August 31, 1997.

Money, of course, is no object. But his son's death at 42 has left him stricken with grief.

"I'd give up my entire fortune for the truth to come out," he says. "I know Diana and Dodi were murdered but we've had to take on the British secret services to try to prove it.

"I've received thousands of letters from the public telling me to keep on fighting. I'm not doing it just for Dodi, it's for Diana, it's for her two boys. She loved them so much."

At the multi-millionaire's vast country home in Oxted, Surrey, memories of his son and the princess are everywhere.

Dodi's body lies in a grey marble tomb beneath a wooden pergola. It is inscribed with a prayer from Egyptian temples and surrounded by four constantly lit candles. Two trees dedicated to the lovers have been planted next to it. A bronze bust and fountain are nearby.

"It was Dodi's favourite place," his father says, his eyes misting. "He used to bring all his friends here. They would have lunch and sit around and chat in the summer after playing polo.

"As Egyptians, we believe the soul of a dead person returns to their final resting place. I feel closest to him here. He's among us."

Mr Al Fayed comes here every day when he is staying at his Oxted home. In winter, he comes to sits alone with his dog Angelica. In summer, he and his family sometimes have lunch or afternoon tea beside the tomb.

"People ask why I don't move on," he adds.

"But how would you feel if your child died and you believed in your heart it was murder?

"I believe they were executed by MI6 security personnel who have been identified to me.

"How could they do that to the nation's beautiful princess? To two innocent people?"

To him, the events of that terrible night in 1997 still seem like yesterday. The phone call in the dead of night, his security officer telling him his son was dead and Diana injured.

His first thought, as he summoned his helicopter pilot to take him to Paris, was: "So they've done it, then." He adds: "Diana knew they wanted her dead. She'd spoken about it to me before." Since the deaths he has employed a small army of investigators to find evidence to prove his claims.

Many of the issues he raised have been taken up by Lord Stevens. Mr Al Fayed lists them.

Why was Diana's body embalmed, contrary to French law, if not to mask a pregnancy?

Why was the speedometer of her Mercedes frozen at 192kph when it would have reverted to zero on impact?

Why was every single traffic camera in the Pont d'Alma Tunnel either switched off or not working?

"There are so many pieces of evidence," he goes on. "The French put out a statement saying Henri Paul was over the drink-drive limit before they even tested his blood.

"The sample said to be his contained carbon monoxide. Impossible. He died instantly. His spine was severed and his heart was ruptured. He didn't draw breath after the impact."

He believes the blood samples were switched, a theory backed by pathologists he has hired.

Then there is the mystery white Fiat Uno that some witnesses saw speeding away. His investigators believe it was driven by millionaire paparazzo James Andanson - later found dead in a burnt-out vehicle in remote woods in southern France. The official line was that he committed suicide over his wife's affair.

Another expert who has closely followed the case said: "Al Fayed will have to fight the security services. They don't give things away.

"I don't think Lord Stevens will get to the bottom of it. They may say they have opened their files to him, but they will only open the files they want him to see.

"It's such a complex case. Investigating is terribly difficult because you have all the state apparatus controlling the information. It's hard to get past it all to find out the truth."

Mr Al Fayed's biggest fear was that having put his faith in Lord Stevens, the former police chief would be, as he puts it, be "got at".

Earlier this month, thieves broke into Lord Stevens' private office and stole laptops and other computer equipment.

There were no signs of forced entry and other offices in the complex were untouched. Sources close to his inquiry suggested it might be the work of MI6.

"I think it made Lord Stevens appreciate what he's up against," Mr Al Fayed adds. "I've always been worried about him caving into pressure from the Establishment. But I believe he is a man of integrity and conscience."

As the Diana inquiry methodically winds its way to a conclusion, he remains quietly confident that one day he will discover the truth.

But it is hard not to wonder if it will not end in stalemate - not enough evidence to make any satisfactory conclusions either way.

Mr Al Fayed is demanding a jury at the inquest. Until then, he will carry on asking questions and waiting for answers
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PostPosted: Tue Feb 28, 2006 7:27 pm    Post subject: Will we ever know the truth? Reply with quote

Will we ever know the truth?
What do you think?
Once we have made a poll with this question ( http://poll.princess-diana.com/diana-poll/index.php?poll_id=6).
As you can see,
72.51 % (422) say: No, we may never find out what really happened.
27.49 % (160) say: Yes, we will eventually know the whole story.

So, what do you think now?
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PostPosted: Wed Mar 01, 2006 4:36 pm    Post subject: Probe of Princess Diana`s death more complex Reply with quote

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PostPosted: Wed Mar 01, 2006 5:37 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

These are great thanks Very Happy
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PostPosted: Tue Mar 07, 2006 7:27 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

scupidu is right, will we ever know the truth? i don't think we will.
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