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Princess Diana’s Annual Summer Outing: In Words and Pictures

by | 7th, August 2010

PRINCESS Diana returns to the Daily Express’s front page. Frank Thorpe and John Chapman (f8 and f9 on the Express new-generator) and deliver facts:

FRESH concerns were raised over the Princess Diana inquest last night after it was claimed 500 pieces of crucial evidence were withheld from the jury.

If they were “crucial”, why were they withheld?

The documents, many containing information from medical experts, were not made available to the 2008 hearing in London, we can reveal.

Article continues after inquest photos:

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Handout Jacques Langevin photo which was shown to the inquest into the death of Diana, Princess of Wales showing the Princess and her bodyguard Trevor Rees Jones with driver Henri Paul and Dodi Al Fayed on the night she died.

Why not? And why are they being made available now?

As the 13th anniversary of Diana’s death in a car crash in Paris approaches…

It was Diana’s fate to die in the summer months, so ensuring that her anniversary would always be marked at a time when hacks are on holiday and the rest of the staff are looking for an easy story.

This news book claims drunk driver Henri Paul was not drunk because blood used to prove his condition was removed from another corpse.

John Morgan believes his book, Diana Inquest: The Documents The Jury Never Saw, provides a compelling reason why a new inquest should be held in France.

It’s a terrific summer read. And it was a terrific spring read on March 15, when the Express told us:

Investigative journalist John Morgan claims to finally reveal a “tidal wave of evidence” that the testing process was botched. And he alleges that Paul, 51, was set up as he lay dead in the morgue.

Read all about it every summer… And make a meal of it:

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