An official enquiry into the death of Diana, Princess of Wales, has concluded that the car crash which killed her was a tragic accident. Former Scotland Yard chief John Stevens presented his findings are a three year investigation. “Our conclusion is that on the evidence available now, there was no conspiracy to murder any occupants of that car. This was a tragic accident. We are certain that the Princess of Wales was not pregnant at the time of her death. Our conclusions were strengthened by forensic tests carried out on blood recovered from the Mercedes car when we brought it back to this country.”
Conspiracy theorists claimed Diana was murdered because her relationship with Dodi al Fayed embarrassed the Royal Family. But Stevens blamed driver Henri Paul for driving at twice the official speed limit while drunk. But he also said it was probable the Mercedes limousine Paul was driving had glancing contact with a white Fiat Uno car whose driver has never been traced.
Diana’s death nine years ago provoked grief throughout the world. The report is unlikely to convince those who believe Diana was assassinated: Dodi al Fayed’s father Mohammed has already claimed that British intelligence blackmailed Stevens into covering up the truth.