Princess Diana and I

I am currently working on a book about the death of Princess Diana, Princess of Wales, AND Mr. Dodi Al Fayed, the man she fell in love with and was going to marry.







Diana … Dodi … August 31, 1997

Marilyn Z. Tomlins

About The Book :

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.

This year, 19 years since 1997, people worldwide still believe that Princess Diana and Mr. Dodi Al Fayed were voluntarily slain; not only had she become a burden to the Royal Family but the British Establishment was in danger because of her.

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

My apologies, but more than this I can not tell you for security reasons.

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The flame from the Statue of Liberty – Paris’s unofficial memorial to Princess Diana

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