Once Again, No Foul Play Found In Princess Diana’s Death

March 9th, 2006 // 9 Comments

Can we finally please put the conspiracy theories to rest? She was killed because her driver was driving way to fast while drunk. Simple as that. We know that Mohammed al Fayed grieves for his son, but it’s time to give up the theory that Prince Charles and his father Prince Philip were plotting to kill Diana by staging a car accident.

An official British inquiry into the 1997 death of Princess Diana in a high-speed car crash has found no evidence of foul play, a newspaper reported Monday.

The Daily Mail said the interim report, to be published in May by former Metropolitan Police Commissioner Sir John Stevens, will dismiss conspiracy theories about the deaths of Diana, her boyfriend, Dodi Fayed, and their chauffeur, Henri Paul, in a Paris tunnel.

The two-year investigation by 10 detectives will say that even a skilled racing driver would have had difficulty controlling the Mercedes carrying Diana as it hurtled through the Pont d’Alma tunnel in Paris, the Daily Mail reported. The newspaper cited “French judicial sources” at one point in its story but did not identify them further.

An official French inquiry concluded that Paul was drunk when he left the Ritz hotel with the couple and bodyguard Trevor Rees-Jones, who was seriously injured in the crash.

France’s highest court dropped manslaughter charges in 2002 against nine photographers who pursued Diana’s car before it crashed or who took photos at the site.

A note to celebrities, when being pursued by the paparazzi in a potentially threatening manor, call the police.

Diana Probe Finds No Evidence of Foul Play [AP]

By Miu von Furstenberg

  1. PleaseThink

    Calling the police won’t work. They can’t stop them unless they actually hit your car or are driving wrecklessly and then they may not come out and help.

  2. Grammer police

    yes, and it’s also a threatening MANNER (unless you’re threatening their English home or something)
    and driving way TOO fast

  3. Grammar police

    yes, and it’s also a threatening MANNER (unless you’re threatening their English home or something)
    and driving way TOO fast

  4. BUT BUT BUT BUT BUT — this is the result of only one investigation. It is a confirmed FACT that the driver Paul was an informant/agent in some unknown capacity with the Brit and/or French government(s). This is according to Scotland Yard!


    Put that in y’alls pipes and smoke it. Diana was, after all, an important person in the world-socio-political milieu. [ I just luv using that word, milieu. ] …We may never know exactly what went down, but it’s right to research/investigate it.

  5. tc

    Yeah, I was gonna say something similar to the previous poster. I saw that Times article and we know Diana was a bit of a thorn in their side and that the driver was in the employ of the SIS…and waht was he doing the few hours before the crash….ah well….I dunno…but it’s certainly not all clear and resolved for me……ok, sorry, back to your regularly scheduled blog.

  6. Emma In London

    Oh for fuck sake, enough already! Leave this alone, it’s more than tiresome……..must have been a slow week for the tabloids because they dig up this old chestnut when things are quiet

  7. Silasdog

    Hold it! That’s Tara Reid’s car.

  8. Anya

    First of all, i think anyone who is interested in this topic should sriously read “Diana, Death of a Goddess” by David Cohen. All of your questions, every single one, is answered in this book.

  9. Sarah England

    Princess Diana´s death was not an accident. She was murdered by Dr. Jack Miller, former master of Churchill college Camnbridge. He was ordered by Sir Richard Vickers, former equerry for Queen Elizabeth to remedy a problem. Dr Jack Miller is also the owner of RB Hawkins Cambridge UK. Sir Richard Vickers and Dr. Jack Miller came into contact through the Winston Churchill Memorial Trust in 1987

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