PRINCESS DIANA … HER DEATH … ACCIDENT OR CRIME … AN ASSASSINATION? …

Laymen are unaware that, when at 4.25 p.m. on April 7, 2008, nine out of the eleven jurors at the Scott Baker inquest at the Royal Courts of Justice, Strand, London, into the August 31 1997 deaths of Princess Diana and Mr. Dodi Al Fayed, pronounced their verdict as “unlawful killing, grossly negligent driving of […]

The front page of the first edition of this English Sunday national : news had not yet come that Diana too had not survived the crash. (Copyright Marilyn Z. Tomlins)

Laymen are unaware that, when at 4.25 p.m. on April 7, 2008, nine out of the eleven jurors at the Scott Baker inquest at the Royal Courts of Justice, Strand, London, into the August 31 1997 deaths of Princess Diana and Mr. Dodi Al Fayed, pronounced their verdict as “unlawful killing, grossly negligent driving of the following vehicles and of the Mercedes”, the issue of whether the deaths of the couple were voluntary or involuntary manslaughter, was avoided.

Today, 25 years since 1997, people worldwide believe that Princess Diana was voluntarily slain because she had become a burden to the Royal Family.

But was she?

Or was her death a tragic accident: the man behind the wheel of the car – Frenchman Henri Paul – in which she and her lover were rear seat passengers, a drunken rogue?

I am an English writer and I have lived in Paris for 35 years and I have an in-depth knowledge of French law and French justice, as well as French medical methods. On that fateful August night I was in Paris and assisted a British correspondent of a major London paper in coverage of the story.

I am a meticulous investigator as my book about French WW2 serial killer, Dr Marcel Petiot – Die in Paris – now being translated to French, bear witness.

I have been researching Princess Diana’s death for some years, having delved fully into what had happened in Paris on that August night and the days, weeks and months which had preceded it and which had followed it. Now I am ready to write a book about the deaths of the Princess and her lover Dodi Al Fayed.

The book I am currently writing about Princess Diana’s death will come to approximately 120,000 words.

Did Princess Diana plan to marry Dodi? Was she expecting his child? Did the French give her the best possible medical care? Was Henri Paul drunk behind the wheel, or was he part of a plot to kill the Princess, a plot which went wrong so that he too lost his life? What about the mystery of the white Fiat Uno which was said to have been in the tunnel in Paris that night, and the strange death by ‘suicide’ of a paparazzo, owner of a white Fiat Uno? Did the French investigate the Princess’ death thoroughly?

I have analysed each aspect of that night, I can reply to each and every of those questions.

Many books have been written about the life of Princess Diana.

 My book will focus on her assassination.

Assassination?

Yes, Princess Diana was assassinated.

Are you a publisher? In the USA or UK? Or in some other country?

Have I interested you now in my book?

In that case do contact me by e-mail here on my website. Or you can email me on marilynztomlins@orange.fr

LET US TALK!!

Princess Diana admirers and mourners have made this Statue of Liberty flame in Parisa place of remembrance of her.

Marilyn Z. Tomlins

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