A French investigation and official British report finally concluded the real cause of Princess Diana’s tragic death. After 10 years of raging assumptions over the Princess’s death was laid to rest with the DNA test reports on blood samples which proved that Diana’s car driver was drunk on the night of her fatal car accident in 1997 in Paris.
According to the BBC, the tests confirm that original post-mortem blood samples were from driver Henri Paul and that he had three times the French legal limit of alcohol in his blood.
How Diana Died: The Conspiracy Files reports the French authorities carried out the tests within the past year.
Conspiracy theorists have claimed that Paul was not drunk that night and his blood samples were swapped. However the recent report has rebuffed the argument.
However it was rumored that Prince Charles had conspired the accident because the couple’s relationship was embarrassing the royal family.
Former Royal Coroner Michael Burgess, in January2004 ordered the top-level police investigation to inquire into Diana’s death. Burgess at that time quoted,
I am aware that there is speculation that (her death was) not the result of a sad but relatively straightforward road traffic accident in Paris.
The driver, the 36-year-old princess and her friend Dodi Fayed, 42, died when their Mercedes crashed inside the Pont d’Alma tunnel Aug. 31, 1997, while being followed by media photographers.
A two-year inquiry by French authorities in 1999 ruled that al Fayed’s driver Henri Paul, who was also killed, was to blame because he was drunk and driving too fast.
But assumptions regarding the conspiracy still flourish stating that Diana was pregnant at the time and that she and Fayed were planning to marry. Speculation was further fanned in 2004 by revelations that Diana had written a letter to her former butler Paul Burrell 10 months before her death in which she said she suspected Charles was trying to kill her.
The Letter leaked to the British media stated,
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.
The DNA tests were carried out in France since last year, according to a source close to the French authorities. And the British police turned down to comment on the BBC report or the Steven’s investigation. According to reports, Steven, will conclude the car crash that killed the world’s most beautiful woman was no more than a tragic and avoidable accident.
Now the picture of the death of Princess of Wales is made very clear by the French investigation. And it’s time to end all the assumptions and gossips about the death of the Princess. There is no reason to build up the 10 years of controversy.