Princess Diana died in an accident just after midnight on August 31, 1997. The accident occurred when the Mercedes she was traveling in, collided into a pillar in the Alma Tunnel, Paris.
Reports suggest that she died on the way to the hospital. Investigations revealed that Henri Paul, the driver at the time of the accident, had been under the influence of alcohol causing the fatal crash.
While these were the reasons cited and verdict passed off, there is more than 90 percent of the Britons who feel that this accident was all a sham, and that it was a well-planned murder that involved the Royal family along with the help of MI6, the British intelligence service.
Misted Death Of Princess Diana
There are many questions about the accident and the circumstances after that which have no convincing answer. Due to this, suspicions became stronger that this was not an ordinary accident caused by a drunken chauffeur.
Some of these questions are: Why a 3-mile ride in an ambulance took 2 hours? Instead of being taken away to the hospital at the earliest, why did the ambulance stop for 5 minutes just 600 yards away from the hospital?
Why did the closed-circuit cameras in the tunnel not record the accident and how did Henri Paul receive £75,000 just weeks before the crash?
The coroner passed his judgment that there is no evidence to support the role of the Royal family or the British Intelligence Service. However, lack of such evidence doesn’t prove that the sole responsibility of the death of Princess Diana is on Henri Paul, the driver.
Evidence Regarding The Death Of The Princess
According to the official report, Henri Paul’s Blood Alcohol Concentration (BAC) at the time of his death was an astounding 0.30%. This is almost four times over the legal limit. As far as California State is concerned a blood alcohol concentration of 0.08% renders you as legally unfit to drive. Such a blood alcohol level means that Henri Paul could be teetering on the verge of unconsciousness and certainly he couldn’t steer a vehicle in any manner at all.
If one translated Henri Paul’s supposed blood alcohol levels into the number of drinks he had to attain those levels, this is how it would look:
1) 12 drinks in 1 hour (if his stomach was empty)
2) 24 drinks in 1 hour (if he’d eaten a meal)
That number of drinks amply illustrates that Henri Paul could not be able to talk coherently, walk, let alone drive. If the blood sample accredited to Henri was his Henri Paul would have been stumbling, raving and rolling drunk.
A recent report by the BBC on the ongoing investigation into Princess Diana’s death following a French assessment left me somewhat stunned. In it is an accusation that the photographers who were pursuing her, contributed to the accident. While this can’t be disputed, it appeared that the commitment of these men is such that they have little respect for the privacy of their subject.
In addition, we cannot conclude the continuing controversy, but we will close this article with Princess Diana’s foreboding. Princess Diana wrote that she lived in the most dangerous phase of her life, where plans for murdering her hatched. This was after divorcing Prince Charles and the letter was adressed to her former butler, Paul Burr ell