Anorak | Princess Diana Inquest Day 3634 AD (After Diana): Pap Shots

Princess Diana Inquest Day 3634 AD (After Diana): Pap Shots

by | 12th, October 2007

Anorak’s round-up of the Princess Diana Inquest in the newspapers…

DAILY MAIL front page: “Diana: more new pictures of that final journey”

Pages 8 and 9: “Jury see Diana’s final moments”

The jury see paparazzi pictures of the Princess as she lay dying. The Mail produces police mugshots of the paparazzi at the scene. This is the Mail’s “ROGUES’ GALLERY”

Missing is a shot of snapper going by the name of Romuald Rat. Really

The pictures are “grim”. But are they useful in showing what happened to Diana?

David Laurent is in Paris with his family. He sees a “light-coloured” car “possibly a Fiat Uno” driving “extremely slowly” into the Alma tunnel

THE SUN pages 8 and 9: “INQUEST SEES HORRO PHOTOS. Diana lay dying, but they still took snaps”

Readers get to see some of the pictures taken by paps. Not the grim ones. Just important shots of Diana in a car, Diana seeming to “hide” from camera flashes, Diana leaving the hotel

DAILY MIRROR front page: “DIANA Jury see her dying”

Pages 8 and 9: “DIANA DYING..but paprazzi took graphic shots rather than help save her and Dodi”

The pictures are “graphic”. The jurors looking at them are “stunned”. The pictures are “disturbing”. The Mirror does not show them. Instead it puts them into words. Diana is “crumbled”. She is “slumped on the floor with horrific injuries”. “Diana‘s distinctive blonde hair” makes her “easily recognisable”

“In another shot her white trouser leg is sticking up and backwards and dangling out of the back of the car”

DAILY EXPRESS front page: “Shocked jurors see photographs of dying Diana”

Page 5: “Jury sees paparazzi shots of Diana as she lay dying” The images are “too horrific to be released”

Says Coroner Lord Justice Scott Baker: “Although ordinarily everything that the jury hears and sees will go almost immediately ton the inquest website, these photographs will not go on the

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