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NEWS: Conflicting reports over Diana's fatal car journey

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posted on Mar, 17 2005 @ 03:35 AM
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Papers released by the Home Office through the freedom of information act have shown conflicting evidence in regards to why Diana, Princess of Wales, decided to get into the second car which caused her and her lovers death. Early reports, and the widely accepted one, is that Diana switched cars to escape media scrutiny from photographers. However, papers also now show that it was also believed that the first car they entered failed to start so they switched cars.
 



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The Cabinet Office has released a series of papers containing conflicting reports of why Diana, Princess of Wales, was in the car in which she died.

The papers, which have been released under the Freedom of Information Act, disagree on whether the Princess and Dodi Al Fayed was travelling in the Mercedes, which crashed in Paris, in order to avoid paparazzi or because the car she was due to travel in failed to start.

A memo, which was sent to Prime Minister Tony Blair on the day that Princess Diana and Dodi Al Fayed died, said that the couple had been "immediately subject to media attention" when they arrived at the Paris Ritz and that they had been "surrounded by a number of journalists". The report said: "They tried to leave quickly but the first hire car failed to start. The second car then left the hotel at speed. It travelled along a stretch of the river and entered the tunnel in which the car crashed."



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If it turned out to be true that they entered the second car due to the first one not starting it would no doubt boost conspiracy theories about her death. It would no doubt lead some to suggest that the first car was tampered with so that she entered the second car that was groomed ready for her murder.

If this article is anything to go by Tony Blair was certainly worried about such theories coming from this with this quote:



The papers also included a letter which contained a warning from Mr Blair to government ministers, warning them to "avoid engaging in activities which could result in political controversy"


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Related News Links:
news.independent.co.uk
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posted on Mar, 17 2005 @ 02:19 PM
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If ever there were a person ripe for assination it was Diana. A woman much more popular than the rest of the royal family together, and the mother of the future King of England. Queen Elizabeth could never have allowed Diana to have that kind of influenceany longer--anddon't forget, Diana was getting ready to marry an influential Middle eastern playboy who the kids were fond of.



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