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Andanson was shot dead by a hired Yugoslav assassin code-named "T". The killer made the mistake of keeping Andanson's car keys after locking the door
of his car, proving that Andanson never commited suicide because the keys would have then been inside his car. I found this information in a French
police intelligence file buried years ago (but no longer there) in the archives of a Belgian scandal magazine which specialised in high-society
scandals and murders:
The information about Andanson's assassination (subsequently covered up by the French police) was found by friends of Andanson close to MI6, the spy
agency for which he had worked in his role as a high-society paparazzo. Andanson had been invited by Diana to take photos on board Dodi Fyad's yacht a
few days earlier. This was to make her real lover Hasnat Khan jealous after he had ended their affair:
Here is the relevant passage from the intelligence file:
""Selon le rapport confidentiel d¹une sorte de ³groupe d¹études², constitué, après la mort d¹Andanson, par des amis que le photographe avait
su se faire dans une société anglo-saxonne d¹investigation et de sécurité proche des services britanniques, le photographe a été assassiné par
un homme de main d¹origine yougoslave, T...,évoluant habituellement sous le pseudonyme d¹une grande famille de la noblesse française, connu aussi
de la chanteuse Amanda Lear."
Its English translation, still garbled by the Google translator, is:
"According to the confidential report ¹ d ³ a kind of group studies ² ¹, formed after the death of Andanson ¹ by friends that the photographer
was able to do in an Anglo-Saxon ¹ d investigative and security services near the British photographer has been murdered by a man Peaceful Yugoslav
¹, T. .., usually operating under the pseudonym d ¹ a large family of French nobility, also known to the singer Amanda Lear."
The "Anglo-Saxon security services are of course MI5 and MI6. Now, Amanda Lear is a famous French transexxual singer and TV show hostess who was a
close friend of Salvador Dali.
In 1979, she married the bisexual French aristocrat Alain-Philippe Malagnac d'Argens:
It is suspected that this man killed himself in a fire at his home in 2000 in a suicide pact with his former close male friend, who had died shortly
before. So what this explosive passage in "Le Investigateur" is saying is that a Yugoslav code-named "T", who worked under a pseudonym that is part of
this aristocrat's name, murdered the very man whom many suspect was involved in the assassination of Princess Diana!
That this man "T" was connected to intelligence agencies is strongly suggested in the following passage from "L'investigateur" garbled by
"But information of the British from now on came from to (sic) a service French information, attached to the Ministry for Defense. They could have
unexpected developments. (Old) connections of T… with Amanda Lear feed from the interrogations on death by fire - a mania - D ¹ Alain-Philippe
Malagnac, the husband of the singer, on December 28, 2000. T. would have worked a little, also, a year before, on the Safra file - name of the owner
of National Républic Bank of New York, asphyxiated in a fire with L ¹ interior of its building-fortress of Monaco, on December 6, 1999. According to
L ¹ official investigation, fire had been lit in a dustbin by an old green beret (commando of the special forces) American, Ted Maher. It came D ¹
to be recruited as male nurse, and lived a love disappointed with one of his colleagues… "
Notice the reference to working on the "Safra file". This refers to the murder of Edmond Safra, the founder of the Republic National Bank in New York,
in 1999 (two years after Diana's death), for which an ex-Green Beret, Ted Maher, was convicted.
Safra employed security guards trained by the Israeli Mossad and had contacts with the FBI. So his murder was of great interest to intelligence
agencies because he had made enemies with the Russian mafia. The man codenamed "T", named by the French newspaper website (originally
www.investigateur.info/affaires/) as Andanson's killer, was therefore very likely either an intelligence agent or a free-lance hitman, perhaps
ex-military, who carried out "wet jobs" for intelligence agencies.
Le Van Thanh was just a decoy to take attention away from Andanson. You don't thing the French police would have ever admitted that Andanson, whose
activities the police were fully aware of because they often invited this paparazzo to scenes of crimes to take photos for newpapers, was actually
involved in Diana's car crash, given his freelance connections with MI6, do you?! Mohamed Al-Fayed traced Andanson's car to a garage in Paris and
discovered it had been repaired precisely where the police said contact with Diana's car had been made. Here's a photo of Andanson sitting with his
wife near the very car:
edit on 11-7-2016 by micpsi because: Postscript added.