Princess Diana: Death Dossier Released to Public

    May 26, 2014
    Kimberly Ripley
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Princess Diana died in a tragic car crash almost seventeen years ago, but her death dossier which contained key information detailing the events that followed the crash, was just released to the public during the past few days. After five months of Freedom of Information requests on behalf of the Sunday People, U.K. Home Secretary Theresa May finally gave her approval for the information to be released.

The dossier was typewritten on three sheets of paper and featured 65 deletions. The list of names that did appear in the log had all been in the public domain since Diana’s death, and included the Prince of Wales, Diana’s sisters Sarah and Jane and France’s then President Jacques Chirac. Officials says the other names were deleted to ensure the privacy of those individuals. These deletions are fueling even more speculation that a cover up about what really happened to Princess Diana is still ongoing–something Mohamed Al Fayed, whose son Dodi Fayed also died in the crash with Diana, has believed since the time of the crash.

“This is not an accident,” he said in the early hours of August 31,1997, when he learned of the deaths of his son and Princess Diana. “It is a plot, an assassination.”

In 2008, an inquest into Diana’s death was informed that MI5 and MI6 agents had been operating at the British embassy in Paris when Diana died in the horrific car crash. A six-month inquest determined they died due to the gross negligence of Diana’s driver, Henri Paul, who was speeding away from the paparazzi and was drunk at the time. Mohamed Al Fayed has long believed that the deaths were engineered by members of the royal family and agents of the British state because they wanted to prevent Princess Diana from marrying a Muslim.

The death dossier doesn’t contain anything of interest whatsoever. It details the transfer of Princess Diana’s body from a resuscitation area in the hospital emergency room to a private room. It tells of authorities informing the proper people, including the royal family, that Diana had been killed. French President Jacques Chirac and his wife both paid their respects at the hospital. Arrangements were made for Prince Charles to be transported to the hospital and view the body as well.

Even nearly seventeen years after her death there seem to be two trains of thought regarding the death of Princess Diana. One says she died in a tragic accident as her driver and good friend sped away from the relentless paparazzi. The second theory indicates she was murdered. The recently released death dossier doesn’t lend itself specifically to either theory and in fact doesn’t provide much information about the accident. However, those deletions from the three sheets of paper that comprise the death dossier do raise some questions and the omission of people’s names lends itself to the murder theory more so than to the accidental death theory. What other reason might there be for those 65 deletions?

What do you think happened to Princess Diana? Were you among those who watched television late into the night that fateful Labor Day Weekend (in the U.S.) and heard the tragic news that the ‘People’s Princess’ had died?

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  • Jared

    My guess is that she probably died.

    • Gibbs7

      Maybe she didn’t and she’s living with Elvis… 😉

  • Andreas Goldfuss

    I think space aliens abducted her.

  • Adelaide Vlaske

    Anybody who things/believes this was an “accident” is confused…. The more i have read how much the “royal” family wanted Mohamed Al Fayed and his large department store out of England…. long before Diane and Dodi became an item….the more I do believe this was NOT an accident… the rumor that Diana was pregnant really increases suspicion….. the pregnancy rumor has also quietly disappeared of mention

  • Tommydo little

    Since the Hell’s Angels headed up the Queen’s jubilee parade after Diana’s death, well, somehow it make me think there was more to Diana’s death than an accident. If anyone questions this statement, just look up on the internet Hell’s Angels and Queen’s jubilee. I found the information in newspapers in Europe.

  • Debbie

    Did the Royal Family disable her seat belt? Afterall, experts have reported that had she been buckled in, she would have easily survived the crash.