posted on Feb, 16 2005 @ 07:07 AM
British Police have been investigating the scene of Princess Diana's fatal car crash with the latest technology to gather new evidence for the
inquest into her death. The coroner who is carrying out the inquest requested the search for new evidence, which is using laser equipment and
computer models of the crash area to get a better understanding of the "accident".
Met Police officers were on hand to use the laser equipment, Scotland Yard confirmed. The three-dimensional model will use new technology that was
not available at the time of the accident.
Diana, her partner - Mr Al Fayed - and their chauffeur died after their Mercedes crashed in the Pont d'Alma Tunnel after leaving the Ritz Hotel on the
morning of 31 August, 1997.
The subsequent investigation concluded that driver Henri Paul had been drinking and was driving at high speed.
But Mr Paul's parents say they are not convinced that the blood sample used to judge his alcohol level was their son's.
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I've never been able to decide if this fatal incident was an acident or intentional, it's almost as if I want
to believe it was a conspiracy.
However, too many things about the case stink and don't make sense, hopefully now we'll finally get to the bottom of what really happened.
If it were a conspiracy though I doubt the establishment would ever let us find out the truth, maybe we'll never know what happened...and maybe the
answers will just bring more questions...