Di was Murdered

Dodi was the eldest son of former Harrods department store, owner and billionaire Mohamed Al-Fayed’s five children. Mohamed his father was a controversial figure in the UK. With an estimated net worth of $1.87 billion,

Dodi was born in Alexandria, Egypt in 1955; he later attended schools in Paris, the exclusive Le Rosey in Switzerland, and Sandhurst military academy in the UK, which Princes William and Harry both attended.
Before Diana

He moved into the film industry, where he served as an executive producer on Chariots of Fire (1981), which won an Oscar for Best Picture, and The Scarlet Letter, starring Demi Moore and Gary Oldman (1995).

Meeting Diana

In the summer of 1997, Mohamed Al-Fayed invited the Princess of Wales and her sons to spend time on his yacht, the Jonikal, in the south of France.

Diana returned to the Jonikal in August, this time without her children, and a photograph of Diana and Dodi kissing made headlines around the world. They spent time in the Ritz Hotel in the South of France.

The scandal only intensified when a former partner of Dodi’s, Kelly Fisher, appeared in tears at a press conference alongside Gloria Allred to announce she was suing Dodi for allegedly jilting her at the altar.

She had an impressive engagement ring to show as proof of the engagement, and she said she was seeking $500,000 because she had sacrificed her modeling career to marry Dodi, the LA Times reported.

The Royal Family

The Royal Family was only Diane as a breeder, to have his children, but she was not one of them. She knew horrible secrets about the family, and threatened to go public but she was terrified.

The following August she was travelling with Dodi Al Fayed in the back of her Mercedes when it crashed in Paris’s Pont de l’Alma underpass.

Mr Al Fayed and chaffeur Henri Paul died at the scene. The princess and Mr Al Fayed’s bodyguard Trevor Rees-Jones were seriously injured in the crash and taken to the Pitie-Salpetriere Hospital.

Princess Diana allegedly claimed to her butler that she believed Prince Charles was planning “an accident in my car” that would led to her dimise.

“This particular phase in my life is the most dangerous – my husband is planning ‘an accident’ in my car, brake failure and serious head injury in order to make the path clear for him to remarry Tiggy (Prince William and Harry’s former nanny Tiggy Legge-Bourke),” she wrote. Just 10-months before she died in a fatal Paris car crash.

Burrell kept the note secret until 2003, when he revealed its existence of the note in his book, A Royal Duty, in which he claimed the princess had handed it to him as an insurance policy.

Burrell kept the note secret until 2003, when he revealed its existence of the note in his book, A Royal Duty, in which he claimed the princess had handed it to him as an insurance policy.

He wrote that she told him she was going to date it and he should keep it, “just in case”.

A French inquiry into the crash conducted in 1999 concluded that the chauffeur had consumed a cocktail of alcohol and drugs and had caused the collision by driving too fast.

Four people in the Mercedes S-280 crashed in 1997, but only one survived. Henri Paul, Dodi Al Fayed and Diana, Princess of Wales were involved in a car crash in the Pont D’Alma tunnel in Paris.

The only survivor was bodyguard Trevor Rees-Jones, who was hospitalized for two months with severe internal injuries says he remembers nothing of the crash.

Mohamed al-Fayed is one person eager to speak. The owner of Harrods and father of Dodi is chief among the people who believe the couple’s death in a Parisian underpass was caused by secret agents working for the British establishment.

He said that his son and family were threathened, the car crash was staged, and a huge cover-up followed. They concluded the findings of the French investigation: that Diana and Dodi and their chauffeur died because, Henri Paul, the man at the wheel of the armoured Mercedes pressed into use by Dodi at the last moment, had been drinking heavily and taking anti-depressants.

Michael Burgess (pathologist) saw the broken body of Diana, Princess of Wales, on the day she died. Six years later, Mr Burgess is the coroner poised to open inquests into the deaths of Diana and her companion.

Presiding over the first British public hearings into the tragedy, he has access to all 6,000 pages of evidence uncovered by French investigators and the power to compel British witnesses to attend.

Why Reopen the Case???

French investigating magistrates took two years to decide that the deaths of Diana and Dodi in the tunnel beneath the Place de l’Alma had been an accident – after which Dr Burton said a British inquest would be “a waste of time and everybody’s money”.

The 6,000-page file assembled by Judge Stephan has never been made public. He has never given an interview or a press conference to explain his findings.

The file consists of more than 300 witness statements, taken by the 30 detectives who worked on the case for two years (interviews with witnesses at the scene; with the photographers; with medical staff; with employees of the Ritz hotel, which the couple had just left; with friends and family of the driver, Henri Paul; and with the two British bodyguards who were travelling with the couple).

A senior policeman and insider involved with the case reported that  – contrary to the official version and the statements of her friends – Diane was pregnant when she died. According to our source, the evidence that Diana was pregnant is somewhere in the medical papers now with Mr Burgess.

A second inquist is done when a citizen in one country dies in another. So it is illegal to embalm a body before an autopsy is done, yet Princess Diana’s body was partially embalmed before it was flown to Britain while Dodi’s was not?

It contains the results of the two tests made on M. Paul’s blood, which found that he had taken large quantities of alcohol, as well as anti-depressant drugs.

One of these sets of test results – but only one – also includes the mysterious finding that the chauffeur’s blood contained abnormally and dangerously high levels of carbon monoxide.

Since he died instantly, how could this have been absorbed from the air-bags in the Mercedes, as French experts claim?

M. Paul’s family insist that the carbon-monoxide finding shows that the blood in the sample did not come from him. The samples were switched to make a case that the driver was drunk, they say.

How the news of Princess Diana’s accident was broken on BBC One

Prince Charles’ name was originally redacted from Mr Burrell’s book, but the full accusation was revealed in the 2007 inquest into Diana’s death at London’s High Court.

After Dodi and Diana’s death, Fisher dropped the lawsuit “out of respect for the tragedy and tremendous loss the Fayed family have suffered,” the Associated Press reported.

The royal family warned Diane to break it off with Doti, they did not approve of the princesses’ relationship with him. Former Prime Minister Tony Blair revealed in his 2010 memoir that he personally told Lady Di he felt her relationship with Dodi was “a problem”,

After their deaths on 31st August, 1997, there was a small Islamic funeral for Dodi at a mosque in central London. His coffin was given a police escort, and a number of well-wishers lined the streets outside.

Mohamed Al Fayed sold Harrods to Qatari owners in 2010.

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