‘This year marks the 15th anniversary of Princess Diana’s death, and despite two separate investigations – both of which manipulated evidence in support of the ‘drink-drive accident’ theory – and a Royal Inquest which at least found that Diana’s death was the result of ‘unlawful killing’ (but which fell woefully short of properly investigating allegations of ‘conspiracy to murder’), the evidence, when examined, still massively suggests the princess was assassinated.
Questions still remain regarding the veracity of Henri Paul’s blood test, for example – the very test on which the original ‘drink-drive’ verdict was based.
Why was the blood taken from the wrong part of the body? Why was it stored in a vial marked “unknown male”? Who was this “unknown male”? Why was it never DNA-tested to prove it belonged to Henri Paul?’