posted on Jul, 12 2009 @ 05:21 AM
No one has mentioned James Andanson, the well-connected French paparazzi photographer whom many investigators suspect worked as a free-lance
photographer and snitch for MI6.
He bragged about being at the scene of the crash in the tunnel, according to his wife and friends, was personally invited on board Dodi's and
Diana's yacht a few days before their deaths to take photographs, owned a white Fiat Uno reported to have been driven at high speed out of the tunnel
moments after the crash and was later found shot dead in a burnt-out car. Unfortunately for the the murderer who tried to make it look like suicide
(highly unlikely according to the coroner and Andanson's boss and friends), the car was found to be locked, yet no car keys were found either inside
or outside the car. The killer made the mistake of locking the car and retaining the keys. Anyway, what person intent on suicide would bother to lock
his car? A fire fighter who arrived on the scene of the burning car noticed two bullet holes in the skull of Andanson.
The police who decided that Andanson had killed himself over marital problems (that's a laugh!) want you to be so dumb as to believe that he could
have shot himself twice in the head! None of this ever came up in the inquest because the fire fighter never attended it. Here's the most likely
suspect for who caused the crash by bumping Dodi's Merc and the vital witnesses to his death never had the opportunity to present their evidence that
indicated there WAS a conspiracy to murder Diana. Andanson's wife Elizabeth testified at the inquest that he had been home in bed on the night of
Diana's death. But then that statement cannot be trusted because it is the one of a loyal wife who would not want to incriminate her husband even
further by admitting that he had been away that night. How she reconciles this lie of hers with the fact that she had previously said publicly that he
bragged about being at the crash scene yet never refuted it at the time by claiming he was home with her is beyond me. Clearly, she is lying either
because she has been threatened to change her story, or because of loyalty to her husband and his reputation or because she fears the consequences to
her own life if she added to the mounting evidence that her husband with suspected connections to the intelligence services of France and Britain may
have been responsible for the death of Diana.