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Date Posted 08-26-13

An explosive, evidence-based book is the most shocking, revealing, yet factual work written on the 1997 Paris car
crash that took the lives of Princess Diana and her lover Dodi Fayed.

In the book
Diana Inquest: Who Killed Princess Diana? investigative writer John Morgan reveals that the assassination
of Princess Diana was carried out by the British intelligence agency, MI6, on orders from senior members of the British
royal family.

Morgan has spent six years investigating the evidence relating to the crash in the Alma Tunnel, and the subsequent
cover-up by the British and French authorities. The Diana Inquest series of books are based on forensic analysis of
the testimony heard during the 2007-08 inquest, and also on evidence from the British police investigation that was
withheld from the inquest jury.

Shocking revelations in this latest volume include:

- evidence which demonstrates that the top three MI6 officers in Paris were replaced by more senior officers in the
days immediately prior to the Paris crash

- evidence of MI6 involvement in assassination plots against two high-profile world leaders in the 18 month period
leading up to the Diana assassination

- evidence exposing Rosa Monckton – wife of former newspaper editor, Dominic Lawson – as an MI6 agent who spied
on Princess Diana

- evidence that the royal Way Ahead Group – chaired by the Queen – played a significant role in the assassination of
Princess Diana

- evidence revealing that British Prime Minister, Tony Blair, had prior knowledge of the assassination.

John Morgan says that “at the 2007-08 inquest into the deaths of Princess Diana and Dodi Fayed, the judge, Lord
Justice Scott Baker, went to great lengths to prevent the jury from being able to piece together all the evidence that
could have allowed them to understand the roles played by MI6 and the royal family in the deaths”.

The author adds that the evidence he has uncovered in Who Killed Princess Diana? shows that “MI6 officers lied
repeatedly under oath during their cross-examinations at the inquest. And the royal private secretaries – Robert
Fellowes for the Queen and Miles Hunt-Davis for Prince Philip – also lied to cover up the role of the senior members of
the royal family in the assassination.”

Morgan continues: “Given the many lies told by the MI6 officers, and the efforts by the royal private secretaries and
Scott Baker to suppress and cover-up vital evidence, the jury really had no hope of understanding the role played by
both the Secret Intelligence Service and the royal family in the 1997 assassination”.

A leading UK QC, Michael Mansfield, who served throughout the six months of the London inquest, stated in 2010: “I
have no doubt that the volumes written by John Morgan will come to be regarded as the ‘Magnum Opus’ on the crash
… that resulted in the unlawful killing of Diana, Princess of Wales and Dodi Al Fayed and the cover-up that followed.

AUGUST 24TH 2013


The elite special forces officer behind a new claim that Princess Diana was killed by the S.A.S. should be accepted as
a credible witness an expert on the circumstances of her death said last night. The explosive allegations that the
Princess was killed by S.A.S. soldiers acting on orders from M.I.6. emerged with the disclosure of a letter.

Initially the officer was branded a 'Loose Cannon' whose word could not be trusted but now leading investigator John
Morgan came forward to insist the S.A.S. man known as 'Soldier N' will emerge as a 'Witness of Truth'.

Mr. Morgan said "One of the most interesting aspects is that British Authorities have known about this for two years,
the letter being sent in September 2011 and it's only now August 2013 that they are starting to look into it seriously.
The allegation of this assassination of the Princess by the S.A.S.and it's being covered up, it is hard to believe he
would be making up! Does he dream it up out of thin air? I don't think so!"
The other factor is that it does fit with the overall picture of the evidence. There is substantial evidence that shows M.I.
6. Involvement in the assassination.

Mr Morgan an Australian author of many books on Diana's death said it was possible S.A.S. assassins were disguised
as motorcycle riders following the car in Paris. Mr. Morgan said that the truth will eventually come out. It just will not
come out whilst the Queen is alive. Prince William and Prince Harry will want to know what occurred and Prince William
will be pushing to have a proper investigation.

Last night a Scotland Yard spokesman said the Met was still analysing the information it had recently received and
assessing its relevance and credibility but stressed it was not a re - investigation!


 "How interesting as I have said "In the night in helmets don't all motorcyclists look the same?" and stating
that one cornered the car where we ought to have driven directly to Dodi's apartment to instead having to turn and take
the route we took away from it! I have also time and time again said the truth about things will come out after the death
of Her Majesty. I have also insisted William will not be King, neither Harry of course as the truth known will be their
escape clause from honouring their mapped out destiny.
                      I also on my site said there was M.I.6. involvement in the events happening in Paris on August 31st 1997.
Featured on my site the German article about S.A.S. being responsible and acting on behalf of M.I.6. so I can really
hardly therefore disagree with anything written in today's headline but alternatively applaud it on its accuracy.
Interesting too that Andrew forwarded this article to the Daily Express two nights ago!  I also made clear who I needed
to be my main supporters!
                          One thing proven though by all of this being of course the connection Andrew and I have is a very real one,
now becoming and soon to be accepted globally as undeniable fact and I also always said that the majority will trust and
believe in it so consequently it being the minority who won't!"

                           With love from,
                                              Diana xx

2012-09-01 -Original Posting date


At 00.23 a.m. August 31st 1997 the Mercedes driven by Henri Paul in which Princess Diana, Dodi Al Fayed and Trevor
Rees-Jones were travelling crashed into a pillar in the Alma tunnel in the centre of Paris, killing Paul, Dodi and Diana
and seriously injuring Rees Jones.

That much is for sure certain. But little else is.

Of all the articles, enquires, investigations, court cases in differing jurisdictions, statements, interrogation, no one has
ever asked the most pertinent of questions.

What were the security arrangements that were put in place when Diana spent time with her children-Prince William an
heir to the Throne of England- on the Al Fayed family estate in St. Tropez and elsewhere?

It is quite understandable that the Royal Family would care little about Diana herself but the children of Prince Charles
of course would be a completely different attitude.

Is it at all plausible to presume that the Royal Family would be entirely reliant upon a family they and the British
Government detested to secure the lives of Prince William and Prince Harry?

Would Special Branch, MI6 and MI5 necessarily feel at ease with the security in the hands of Mohamed Al Fayed whilst
Prince William and Harry frolicked on the French Riviera knowing that since the fall of Communism the South of France
and Monaco are controlled by the Russian mafia?

Just what would the Security Services do if Prince William or Prince Harry were kidnapped by ex-KGB agents looking
for a king’s ransom?

The Royal Protection unit would surely have participated in a joint operation with the French Security Services at the
very least in a discreet manner?

President Chirac would never have risked an incident, would he?

Would surveillance even of a discreet manner have necessarily continued when Prince William and Prince Harry were
no longer with Diana?

Documents from MI6 show that on the 27th August 1997 whilst Diana was on board Al Fayed’s yacht the Jonikal the
French Authorities did not permit any craft or helicopter to fly within its vicinity. The Italian Security Services SISDE was
notified when the yacht moved to Sardinia and a similar arrangement was in place.

Diana however, was quite accustomed to being spied upon and controlled by ‘The Palace’ and not always because of
her children. ‘The Palace’ wanted to know all about her, what she did, whom she met, and her movements and for
these purposes MI5/MI6 ‘got the job.’

Long before the marriage of Prince Charles and Diana crumbling MI6 using the friendly services of various news
media outlets ‘bugged’ her phone. MI6 also knew of her ‘more than amenable’ links with various journalists. Some of
those journalists regularly reported back to MI6 contents of any interviews, snippets, gossip and ‘street intelligence’
who in turn reported back to Buckingham Palace.

In 1997 MI6 had ‘four A4 arch lever files’ intelligence on the Al Fayed family and David Spedding the Director General
had booked an appointment directly with HM The Queen for 3rd September 1997 for the delivery of the files.

That appointment was not kept since events overtook the situation.

Sir David Roland Spedding died in mysterious circumstances aged 58 of what was reported to be ‘lung cancer.’ He
was directly involved in spying operations in both Iraq and Serbia and had orchestrated a bright and breezy plan to
assassinate Col. Gaddafi. He often quoted to his agents that “on instructions directly from Tony Blair” the SAS and MI6
agents planted in Serbia were instrumental in ‘neutralizing’ many on the ‘TB’s political hit list.’

His death of lung cancer on the 3rd June 2001 two years after he ‘was retired’ was somewhat strange because he was
not a known smoker - albeit a prolific talker.

But MI6 and the other related British Security Agencies were not the only ones interested in Princess Diana. The
National Security Agency (NSA) in the United States also regularly ‘spied’ on Diana and occasionally shared the
information with MI6.

The NSA shared 43 classified documents with MI6 consisting of 138 foolscap pages single spaced on ‘intercepted
traffic’ between Diana and various people including, for example, the Brazilian Ambassador’s wife, Lucia Flecha de

In England, the Security Services are controlled directly by the Foreign Secretary and the Prime Minister. Robin Cook
was certainly a fan of Diana, but Tony Blair ordered intrusive surveillance via the NSA in the hope that any intelligence
found could be relayed to HM The Queen directly in his weekly meetings.

Robin Cook also died in mysterious circumstances.

The history of State assassinations is well known, but what is perhaps not so common is the policy adopted by MI6 with
regard to murdering ‘approved targets’. In 1956, the then deputy director of MI6, George Young, broke the barrier
when he openly advocated the murder of Colonel Nasser of Egypt simply because he had taken control of the Suez
Canal and that, Young pleaded, hit British interests, so that as a consequence his murder was justified.

Britain and France invaded Egypt instead to the wrath of the United States of America, who immediately froze all
British/French assets held in US banks and caused a run on the pound and the fall of the British Government.

In 1960, Foreign Office official Howard Smith argued in an official memo to Dick White, the then Director General of
MI6, for the murder of Congolese leader Patrice Lumumba. The memo read “I see only two possible solutions to the
{Lumumba} problem. The first is the simple one of ensuring {his} removal from the scene by killing him”.

A Foreign Office colleague replied: "There is much to be said for eliminating Lumumba. But unless Mobutu can get him
arrested and executed promptly, he's likely to survive and continue to plague us all."

But the final word rested with Edward Heath, Lord Privy Seal, who wanted to pursue a political solution.

MI5/6 never name anyone in internal memos but simply accentuate the subject matter, the rest is easy for agents to
decipher and understand.

Smith was later promoted to Head of MI5.

Before 1994, the law on the Security Services was somewhat vague, but the Conservative Government decided to do
two things; recalling that it was MI5/6 that plotted the overthrow of Harold Wilson (with the instigation of Lord
Mountbatten), and not wishing a similar fate, the government appointed Stella Rimington as the head of the Security
Services, and passed the Intelligence Services Act. That made the Security Services accountable to Parliament and
slightly more open.

One of the provisions of the Intelligence Services Act is to grant immunity to MI6 officers for offences/crimes committed
outside Great Britain. In short, this gave MI6 agents a true ‘license to kill’.

Over the last twenty years the British Security Services, in line with many other equivalent secret service agencies, has
experienced a true decline in operating standards. That has, on occasion, forced the British Government to “sub-
contract” state-approved murders to other agencies, mostly the CIA and Mossad.

The assassination in Belgium of the British inventor of the Iraqi ‘supergun’, Gerald Bull, is but one case. There are
many others.

In March 1990, Bull was killed outside his apartment by five shots to the back of his head. No-one heard the shots, and
no-one was ever caught. Bull’s Project Babylon fell apart immediately. Bull was the engine for the whole project, and
had most of it in his head. Three weeks after his murder, British customs agents seized the sections of the gun barrels,
which were being made in Sheffield by a forging company, who thought they were petrochemical pipes. His company,
SRC, closed its offices immediately, and the personnel scattered or returned to Canada. Iraq never did get their
missiles to work well.

Was all his work for naught? Basically, yes. Few others have seriously pursued guns as a launch platform, although
SDI has funded some gas gun work at Livermore as an anti-missile defence. Some small country might still be
interested in  them as a cheap way into space, but the world now has now a glut of conventional launchers. Russia is
desperate to make some money for their rocket developments. A satellite in a gun launcher has severe limits on size
and weight, and must be able to stand tremendous acceleration. Superguns would always have been a niche launch
platform. Also, the prospect of assassination like Bull's does not encourage researchers.

Sir Colin McColl, the Director of MI6, contracted the task to Mossad, who willingly obliged. A few months after Bull was
murdered, Saddam Hussein invaded Kuwait, which led to the first Gulf War, and thus MI6 and Mossad justified their

Upon his ‘retirement’, McColl became a Director of the Scottish American Investment Company, PLC, better known as
SAINTS, which invests also in armament companies.

The Security Services in Britain of course call upon the SAS if, as, or when needed, and a unit of MI6 called the
‘Increment’, special forces dedicated only to the most top-secret of missions. They are not on the payroll of either MI5
or MI6, and are retired agents or ex-military intelligence with links to organised crime or mercenary organizations. They
are friends of friends who have been specially trained. They work at everyday jobs but are people upon whom the MI6
can call at any time for ‘special operations’.

Colonel Bob Denard was one such person who on/off carried out operations for MI6 and the French Security Services.
He died in 2007, taking many secrets to the grave with him. He did, however, leave notes which his sister, which are
still in safe-keeping. For those that have read his meticulous scribes, whatever other secrets he took to the other
world, a good few were also revealed.

In the Princess Diana situation, however, this was a completely separate issue. State assassinations in the past had
always been targeted at enemies of the state, and they were obvious enemies. There was no personal vendetta. Most
were foreigners, and male. The only exceptions were the supposed IRA ‘lady’ murdered in Gibraltar, and possibly also
Hilda Murrell, a peace activist in the 1980s.

Princess Diana was certainly none other than a “right not so royal pain in the neck”, as described by Prince  Philip, but
killing the mother of the future King of England was another issue. Further, the family history of Diana is by far more
‘royal’ in every sense than that of the House of Windsor.

If the British Security Services were to kill Diana, they would, without a doubt, have required close and covert
cooperation with the French - and MI6 has always been loathed at requesting assistance from the French security

Richard Tomlinson, ex-MI6 agent, has confirmed that during his tenure he carried out a few operations on French soil,
but he never told the French.

The notion that the French secret service would co-operate in the murder of Diana was simply too far-fetched. If it was
to be, it had to be a solo operation.

Saturday, 30th August 1997, was a beautiful warm day in Sardinia; yet Diana and Dodi's holiday had come to an end,
and they wanted to go home. Diana wanted to go to London directly from Olbia Airport, and a provisional flight plan
was filed but changed at the last minute. Since the direction for a private aircraft flying from Olbia to London
necessarily overflies Paris it was decided in mid-air that plans would change. No real explanation has been
forthcoming over this quite unusual change of plan, but a private plane allows by far more flexibility.

Perhaps they still wanted to enjoy one or two days in Paris together. Dodi's father had placed his private jet at their
disposal and a short stop between destinations was, therefore, not a problem. Nor was it a problem for the Captain to
amend the flight plan whilst in the air.

Diana was photographed at Olbia airport wearing beige, and there is film footage of Dodi, Diana and the bodyguards
boarding the aircraft. That 57 second segment of jerky film was commissioned by the British Security Services as part
of the generic surveillance on Diana.

At 15.30 the aircraft touched down at Le Bourget airport in Paris, where a few photographers met the couple. One of
the photographers was a 29-year old Fabrice Chassery, whose commission it was to take a photograph of Diana and
Dodi holding hands.

At the airport, by chance, Chassery also took photos of two French police officers who were waiting for the aircraft,
albeit on very short notice, because the flight plan had been  amended in the air. The French government had
decreed that all VIPs announce themselves prior to landing in Paris, owing to the number of murders that were
committed in the early 1990s.

It is interesting to note that subsequently the French Authorities denied they were placed on notice that Diana was
landing, and they stated they were certainly not expecting her. A strange statement in light of four motorcycle outriders
that escorted her car until the party crossed the Boulevard Peripherique, which is the Paris ring road.

One of those to meet Diana and Dodi at the airport was a 40-year old Henri Paul. He was short and balding, he wore
glasses, and was the deputy head of security at the Paris Ritz Hotel owned by Dodi’s father.

Henri Paul drove the Range Rover that carried all the couple’s luggage to Villa Windsor, the grand house that had
been the love nest and residence of the Duke and Duchess of Windsor after the abdication. Mohamed al Fayed
owned the house in a strange deal brokered and approved by the then Mayor of Paris, Jacques Chirac. He gave Al
Fayed a 50-year lease, providing Al Fayed restored the house to its former glory.

Al Fayed did just that and spent a considerable sum. In his attempt at pleasing the British government, Al Fayed wrote
to Prince Charles offering him anything he wanted from the Villa. Charles took only a cushion with the words in
German “Ich dien” (I serve), the motto of the Prince of Wales.

Dodi and Diana had less than ten hours to live.

Dodi and Diana spent 33 minutes at Villa Windsor before moving on to The Ritz Hotel. The Imperial Suite was reserved
for them. Intercepts from the NSA showed that Diana made two calls, one of which was to a journalist she trusted,
Richard Kay, telling him that she would be making a major announcement shortly.

The announcement may have been that Diana planned to marry Dodi, that she was expecting a baby, or that she
simply wanted out of the UK. The mystery was made clear at the Inquest ten years later by Richard Kay.

At the Diana Inquest, Nicholas Hilliard, for the Coroner, asked Mr Kay if Diana had said "my destiny is to go abroad".

Mr Kay replied: "She did, Sir, it was a frequent topic."

Diana wanted to get away from the paparazzi and she also commented that the "British people must be sick of seeing
me in the papers", the jury heard.

Harrods boss, Mohamed al Fayed, may also have been poised to help make her dreams of opening up a hospice
network - to be called The Diana Hospices - become a reality.

Mr Kay told the central London inquest: "She told me that she was discussing with Mr al Fayed Snr the possibility of
setting up some sort of worldwide hospice network, which she indicated he would be prepared to financially underwrite."

Diana may have been gearing up for a major change in her life when she, boyfriend Dodi Fayed, and chauffeur Henri
Paul were killed in a Paris car crash, the jury heard.

Of the hospices project, Richard Horwell QC, for the Metropolitan Police, said: "It was going to be such an important
development in her life that she was going to take on no more royal engagements after the end of 1997."

Mr Kay said: "That's what she told me." Mr Horwell continued: "And she was going to thereafter devote her life to the
Diana Hospices?"

Mr Kay answered: "Things that she wanted to do rather than what other people wanted her to do. It was to be a very
major announcement."

Diana's high-profile support of anti-landmine campaigns, including a much-publicised trip to Angola, had boosted
awareness of the issue internationally.

Her approach may have clashed with government policy and the new Labour government at the time may have moved
towards signing up towards opposing the devices, the court heard.

Of Diana's on-going landmine work, Mr Kay said: "As I understand it, she wanted to visit south-east Asia and, having
done that, she felt she would have been to the most significant landmine zones in the world, and she could have drawn
a line under that aspect of her life."

Diana, who had dispensed with royal protection in 1993, had only made “the odd light-hearted remark” to suggest she
feared for her safety, according to Mr Kay.

The fact she had ‘dispensed’ with royal protection was no certainty that she was not under surveillance, and Diana
knew that only too well.

From the Imperial Suite of the Ritz Hotel Paris, the couple went to No.1 rue Arsene-Houssaye in the centre of Paris,
where Dodi had a plush apartment with a huge sofa and state of the art marble bathroom.

There was of course the usual ‘trouble’ with photographers but nothing so serious, even though a security officer at
the apartment jostled with a member of the press. It was all part of the usual scenes that followed Diana.

A note in the MI6 file records that Diana understood it was not a good idea to be ill-treating the media, and she “sent
out a member of staff to apologise”.

Fabrice Chassery  spoke to a person - now known to have been an MI6 operative - saying that this whole incident
showed that Diana was “not hostile towards the  press”.

At about 8pm Dodi and Diana went ‘shopping’ and entered the Repossi jewellery store, where a ring was ‘purchased’
for some £11,600 value and a receipt issued, dated August 30, 1997, with the words “bague fiancaille” – French for
engagement ring.

Dodi had covertly slipped out of their imperial suite at the Ritz Hotel to visit the jeweller while Diana was having her hair
done. Accompanied  by bodyguard, Trevor Rees-Jones, Dodi was driven in a Mercedes barely 100 yards to Repossi’s
– in the Place Vendome, the same street as the hotel – at 5.40pm on August 30.

Claude Roulet, assistant to the Ritz President, Franz Klein, walked across and joined Dodi inside the jewellers.

Dodi, relaxed and casually dressed in a dark jacket, T-shirt and dark  jeans, is seen on ‘security footage’ being
greeted by Alberto Repossi, his wife Angela, their press officer Alice Valentine and three other assistants, who closed
the shop for the visit.

Grainy black-and-white CCTV footage shows Dodi being ushered downstairs to the shop’s most prized display

For ten minutes he is seen pointing at and inspecting several trays of jewellery although it is impossible to see what he
goes for.

Then Mr Repossi enters the office where the store’s safe is kept and hands Dodi a brochure for the Dis-Moi Oui range
before Dodi leaves the store at 5.50pm.

Minutes later, CCTV cameras in the Ritz follow Dodi bounding up the hotel stairwell – two steps at a time – and
returning to the suite he shared with Diana, clutching the brochure.

At the same time, Mr Roulet is seen at the jewellery store apparently making notes on Dodi’s choices before returning
to the hotel at 5.56pm.

Mr Roulet is then recorded on the Ritz CCTV going to Dodi and Diana’s three-room suite on the first floor where he
spends four minutes before walking back to Repossi’s at 6.27pm.

There, Mr Roulet is shown clearly making a sign with his wrist to indicate a ring and a bracelet.

Mrs. Repossi is also seen emerging from a back room with an item of jewellery which she put on her left hand.

Shortly afterward, Mr Roulet is seen picking up the same brochure and a bag, without handing over any money or
credit cards to the jeweller. Twelve minutes late, he returns smiling, carrying a bag in his left hand. He writes a brief
note at the cashier’s desk, a series of numbers – 115,000 – on the note was the undiscounted price in French francs
for a “Dis-moi oui” ring. Mr Roulet then goes up to Diana and Dodi’s suite at 6.43pm.

After spending three minutes with Dodi in Room 101, Mr Roulet then comes back to the cashier, signs another form
and the Repossi bag is stored in the Ritz strong-room.

All this and Diana knew nothing. The question of course is why go back to Repossi because, when they did, Diana did
not enter. In fact they drove to the Champs-Elysees where tourists surrounded them when they tried to get out and
since there was no special or any protection for them they remained in the car. They then went back to Dodi’s
So why did Dodi take Diana to the store?

One of the secrets that has been denied by the French and British Government but known to MI6 and contained in the
‘Diana file’ is that  cocaine was found in the Mercedes Car that subsequently was to be the cause of death of a

It is interesting to note that apart from the death of Princess Diana in 1997, the only other suspicious car crash -
involving a Mercedes like the one driven by Henri Paul - was the fatal car crash that killed the veteran Czechoslovak
politician, Alexander Dubcek, in 1992.

In 1999, Jaroslav Volf, the former head of Dubcek's Social Democratic Party (SDS), was quoted as saying that "too
many questions remain unanswered". As Czechoslovakia broke up, Dubcek began to appear the most logical choice
to become the first President of an independent Slovakia.

However, on 1st September 1992, Dubcek's chauffeur-driven Mercedes skidded off the Bratislava-Prague highway in
heavy rain. Dubcek said later in hospital that he had sensed something was wrong and had lain down on the rear  seat
of the car well before the crash.

His driver suffered minor injuries, but for some unexplained reason, Dubcek was found lying 20 meters in front of the
car - it was presumed that he had been catapulted out of the rear window as the car spun out of control. Like in the
Diana crash, no attempt was made to preserve the forensic evidence - the Mercedes was destroyed following an
"examination" by investigators.

There is no doubt from the files found at MI6 headquarters that the STB (State National Security), in a joint operation
with the then KGB, eliminated Dubcek. The files on Dubcek confirm, for example, that “the driver of Dubcek’s BMW
was a man called 'Jaroslav Reznik' who was a former driver of a man called Cimo, who at the orders of Meciar raided
Tiso’s villa in Trencin and transported several members of the STB (State’s National Security).”

Reznik, at his interrogation, never mentioned a car pushing him off the road, nor that he had lost complete control of
the vehicle. He simply stated that the road was wet and he just skidded.

What made the “accident” really suspicious was the fact that Dubcek’s briefcase went missing, containing documented
evidence against the Soviet Communist Party. At the time Boris Yeltsin wanted to ban the Communist Party and for
that he needed to prove that they had been involved in criminal activity. Dubcek was one of the witnesses to testify at
the trial, although he wasn’t the only key witness.

The briefcase was recovered in a ‘favour operation’ mounted by MI6 and handed to Yeltsin, which led to close co-
operation between Britain and Russia.

A witness who did testify, ex-Polish Premier Piotre Jarozewicz, was also found dead in unusual circumstances - shot
and murdered along with his wife Alicja in their home in Anin near Warsaw. It's said that the fate of his first wife, along
with his daughter, is also still unknown. The documented evidence he possessed has never been found. No trial ever
took place.

Relations between Britain and Russia have never been as good as when Yeltsin was Premier. MI6 was almost an
extension of the KGB, and vice-versa. During that period, many joint operations were carried out.

All that, however, would change when Diana and Dodi were killed.

Successive British governments have sought to keep from both the British Parliament and the British people any
details of MI6 assassination attempts against foreign leaders, hence the hysteria of the then Blair government towards
both Tomlinson and Shayler.

The Tomlinson revelations are very significant, as he has specifically claimed that MI6 planned to kill Slobodan
Milosevic, then President of the Yugoslav Republic of Serbia, by: "Disorientating (his) chauffeur using a blinding strobe
light as (his car) passed through one of Geneva's road tunnels"

Once that plan was revealed in 1992, MI6 had a complete rethink on its dealing with Serbia and the President. An MI6
agent infiltrated the highest level of commerce, organized crime, and politics ensuring loss of life was minimal but
‘Project Serbia’, an initiative between Germany and Britain, would be brought to a successful conclusion. The CIA tried
to infiltrate agents during 1993-1995 but found a hard-core wall established by the MI6 agent, ensuring no other
agency could interfere.

If it's true that MI6 planned to kill Milosevic in such a way, then it proves they certainly had the means and capability to
organise the crash that killed Princess Diana. There have also been a number of suspicious deaths caused by car
crashes of people working in the defence industry in Britain during the 1980s.

However, if it was foul play, then a number of people would have been involved:

• A car was used to block the route of the Mercedes thus forcing it onto the road that leads to the tunnel at the Point
d'Alma, as witnessed by Thierry H  

• At least one of the paparazzi on a fast motorbike chasing the Mercedes was working for MI6  

• At least two cars may have been involved in causing the crash (one may have carried personnel that used a strobe
light to blind the driver Ms Brenda Wells; another may have used some kind of electronic interference device that
seized up the cars electronics (potentially up to four people)

• Witnesses saw a helicopter above just before the crash - was it monitoring events on the ground and relaying them
back to a control centre (the British Embassy where up to six MI6 officers were stationed over that weekend);

• Who was the motorcyclist who forced Ms Wells off the road? Who were the two people seen near the Mercedes
seconds after the crash, and before the paparazzi and stunned onlookers reached the scene?

•  The  witness known as Thierry H claimed he saw a car driven by paparazzi blocking Diana's Mercedes exit from a
road which would have avoided the route through the Point d'Alma tunnel (although it is unclear how he knew that they
were paparazzi). He had been driving in the right lane of the express road near the Alexander III Bridge, approximately
800 meters before the Alma tunnel. He says he was:  "Passed by a vehicle moving at a very high speed. I estimated its
speed at about 75 mph to 80 mph. It was a powerful black car, I think a Mercedes... This car was clearly being pursued
by several motorcycles, I would say four to six of them. Some were mounted by two riders. These motorcycles were
tailing the vehicle and some tried to pull up alongside it."

In 1997 it was reported that the whereabouts of a British secretary from London driving in the tunnel at the time of
Diana's crash were "shrouded in mystery". It was claimed that she had "disappeared" from her flat in Champigny sur
Marne shortly after giving her statement to the French police after she and her husband had been told to go into
hiding and not to speak about what she had seen. Londoner Brenda Wells, 40, had told police how she was forced off
the road by a motorbike following Diana's Mercedes at high speed. She also saw a dark-coloured car - possibly Fiat
Uno - and in her statement she claims:

'After a party with my friends, I was returning to my home. A motorbike with two men forced me off the road. It was
following a big car. Afterwards in the tunnel there were very strong lights like flashes. After that, a black car arrived.
The big car had come off the road. I stopped and five or six motorbikes arrived and started taking photographs.

They were crying 'It's Diana' Brenda's evidence calls into question initial claims that pursuing paparazzi were to blame.
She makes the first mention of photographers after the accident when 'five or six' paparazzi arrived and took pictures.
But last night, despite extensive inquiries in the Paris suburb of Champignay sur Marne where she told police she
lived, Brenda could not be located."

During the 1990s, MI6 is alleged to have been involved in two attempts to kill leaders of foreign governments:
President Milosevic of the Yugoslav Republic of Serbia in 1992, and Libya's leader, Colonel Muammar Gaddafi, in
1996. Although it appears that the initial attempt to kill Milosevic was abandoned, during NATO's air campaign against
Yugoslavia in 1999 a second attempt was made to kill him and his family, when his house was hit by missiles from US
bombers. Like Milosevic, Gaddafi was lucky - in 1986, US bombers flew from Britain to kill Gaddafi and his family - they
failed, but 55 civilians in Tripoli, along with one of his daughter died in the attack.

In 1998, news broke with claims that MI6, had tried to assassinate Gaddafi in 1996. MI6 had deposited US $160,000 to
an underground Islamic Fundamentalist Group in Libya to assassinate him. Libyan extremists planted a large bomb in
February 1996, on a road along which the Libyan leader's motorcade was  to travel. The bomb detonated under the
wrong vehicle. Six bystanders, government officials and security personnel were killed. Gaddafi escaped unharmed.

The way MI6 planned to kill Milosevic in 1992 was the same way as Princess Diana died in 1997. NATO bombers made
another attempt to kill him in 1999, when his residence was bombed, and in the same year, but the MI6 agent in
Belgrade - having received information from NATO Headquarters in Belgium - forewarned Milosevic, saving his life.

Richard Tomlinson is a New Zealand-born MI6 officer. He was briefly jailed for violation of the Official Secrets Act and
went into hiding in France, with the French flatly refusing to extradite him.

An MI6 officer colleague of Tomlinson brokered a deal after reporting to the Director General that “Tomlinson posed
no further threat owing to his mental state,” allowing his return to England. In 2009 MI6 agreed to let him return to
Britain, unfroze royalties from his book and dropped the threat of charges. MI6 also apologised for their unfair
treatment of him. To date he poses no further threat, or revealed any further covert operations.

He lives the life of a recluse, but wanting for nothing.

In 1998, however, he wrote two letters to his lawyer, which told an important story relevant to the death of Diana.

Tomlinson served in MI6 from 1991 until April 1995 in Eastern Europe, Russia, the Middle East and Bosnia. He was
sacked in 1995 when personnel manager Clayden claimed he "was not a team player, lacked judgment and was not
committed to the service" (ST960331) which was contested by other officers, including his boss. In 1996 he tried to
take MI6 to an employment tribunal; this was initially refused by the government but months later the ban was lifted
(TM960724) by Foreign Secretary Rifkind.

By his account of events, Tomlinson did not act of his own volition in his subsequent actions against his former
employers. He says, "I joined the service for reasons of patriotism. I desperately want my job back." His subsequent
disclosures appear to be in retaliation for the shabby treatment he received on leaving SIS.

His reintegration and ‘neutered’ position makes his version of events vital to the death of Diana.

The history of MI6 is relevant in the death of Princess Diana. The leading recruiter for MI6 remains "Professor
PRITCHARD of Gonville and Cauis College Cambridge. He identifies and recruits the most intellectual geniuses for
MI6." He is a Life Fellow of Gonville and Caius College and an expert in the law. Co-author of Hale and Fleetwood on
Admiralty Jurisdiction (1993) his ability to interpret and create law for the Government makes him invaluable.

Richard David SPEARMAN -Chief of staff for Sir David SPEDDING- . He was given an assignment and moved to Paris
two weeks prior to the death of Diana, Princess and her friend Dodi Al Fayed.

Nicholas John Andrew LANGMAN – principal assistant to Richard Spearman was moved to Paris and even stayed at
the Ritz Hotel.

Richard Billing DEARLOVE – the incoming Head of MI6 in September 1999- was in Paris two weeks before the 31st
August 1997 crash.

Sir David SPEDDING -Head of MI6 attended a function at the British Embassy on the 29th August 1997. He was not
seen at MI6 Headquarters until 5th September 1997.

SAS Major Glynn Evans was spotted at a bar near the Ritz Hotel on the 30th August 1997.

John Ridde responsible for Eastern European ‘business’ was in Paris between 27th August and 2nd September 1997.

Andrew Whiteside MI6 agent in Hungary flew to Paris on 28th August 1997.

John Venning and Mike ‘Mad Mike’ Thompson arrived in Paris on 29th August 1997.

A Sunday Times journalist who is now deceased and was operational in Belgrade between 1993-1999 working for MI6
was also in Paris between  August 28th and 3rd September 1997.

Diana and Dodi would not have had a clue about the MI6 activity. Dodi had booked a table at the Chez Benoit
restaurant for 9.30 that evening.

Dodi and Diana were supposed to meet three other ‘guests’ but because of a telephone call Dodi received he
changed his mind. NSA intercepts maintained by the now heavily sealed ‘Diana’ file at MI6 show that Dodi called
Claude Roulet the assistant Director of The Ritz Hotel to find out or to “send someone” to see if photographers were at
the Chez Benoit.

Roulet, according to the intercepts, reported back to Dodi that many media were there, Dodi cancelled the reservation.

Dodi and Diana returned to The Ritz and their entrance through the swing doors evidenced they were quite composed.

Dodi and Diana ate at the Espadon Restaurant within the Ritz Hotel.

According to a report by an MI6 officer, dining also at a table nearby, Diana ate sole and Dodi turbot. There was, of
course no bill and nothing to sign.

Rees Jones, the bodyguard, watched them go upstairs to the Imperial Suite. Of course no-one knew whether or not
they would stay in the suite or go out again. It was by now 11.00pm. It had been a full day.

To all intents and purposes the happy couple would have remained there until the morning, but then the unexpected

Dodi took a phone call which would change the destiny of two families.

The Ritz Hotel in Paris was a forerunner  for in-house security and CCTV was everywhere, including some of the
suites. Camera C46 monitored who came in and out of the Imperial Suite. Just before Dodi received the fated
telephone call at 10.59pm a maître wheeled in a bottle of champagne. The bodyguards were outside. One hour later
Henri Paul conveyed a message to Dodi that changed his fate.

At 9.53pm Henri Paul returned to the hotel and CCTV monitors him parking the car. He enters the Ritz Hotel at 10.09
pm through the front door.

Why Henri Paul came back has been the subject of some speculation. Did Dodi call him to come back or did he just
come back of his own volition, knowing that his ‘boss’ may require his services?

Information gleaned from the MI6 files shows that at 9.23pm Dodi called Henri Paul to come back to the Ritz with some
white powder that Dodi had become dependent upon.

Diana knew that Dodi used cocaine and, although it was offered to her, she refused. In the short time they were
together Diana desperately tried to wean off Dodi from drugs and even threatened to talk to his father. Dodi was afraid
of his father and promised Diana that he would not use drugs again. Breaking that promise would invariably be a
factor in the cause of his death. He was excited about this evening and he was of the belief that Diana was ready for a
full official relationship with him. That evening he needed cocaine and Henri Paul was the answer, as he had always
been in the past.

According to intercepts from NSA, the only reason Dodi suggested moving from the comforts of the Ritz Hotel and the
glorious Imperial Suite to his apartment was in order to see Henri Paul and take delivery of a few lines of cocaine.

At 11.56pm, Dodi called his father and told him he was moving from the Ritz to his apartment at the rue Arsene-
Houssaye. He told his father he had a gift for Diana and champagne and did not feel comfortable in the Imperial Suite.
“It’s not mine” the transcript records. Mohamed Al Fayed replies “It’s dangerous to move, just stay there.” Dodi replied
“I think it over and talk to Diana.”

Dodi was a playboy and did not have such a good relationship with his father. He always felt his father had achieved
so much more and there was an element of envy. The relationship was never easy but Mohamed always tried to
compensate Dodi for the lack of family life by allowing his every wish. “Cheque book generosity,” Al Fayed often said.

Dodi had to convince both his father and Diana as to why they should leave the Ritz Hotel and move to an apartment
nowhere near the glamour of the Imperial Suite.

Dodi could not take his father’s advice because Henri Paul was carrying the much needed cargo he needed for the

The telephone call Dodi took was from Henri Paul and it was the call that would cost his life. It was the reason he
looked and sounded worried. Paul had told Dodi that he was not able to bring more than a miniscule amount of
cocaine because there was none available, but that he could find some “on the way” to the apartment. He had set up a
meeting and it would take just a second. No one would know or realise anything. He would deal with this himself, he
told Dodi.

The advantage Dodi held was that while Diana understood basic French she was hardly fluent. In 1992, the French
President Mitterrand seconded his personal interpreter for her use at a private visit to Paris. Dodi was thus able to
converse quietly to Henri Paul on the telephone without Diana being aware. The telephone call that Dodi received from
Henri Paul was located in the marble bathroom.     
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