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  • Sunday, January 29, 2006

    Diana inquiry fears tampering with Henri Paul's blood sample

    According to this report, from Contactmusic.com, the inquiry looking into the death of Diana, princess of Wales appears to be concerned that blood tests on Henri Paul, the driver on that night back in 1997 could have been "wrongly examined":

    Former Metropolitan police commissioner LORD STEVENS, who was Britain's top cop and is leading the inquiry into the Paris tragedy, is re-analysing the test results after fears of tampering. Fayed's father MOHAMED AL-FAYED is convinced the samples were deliberately mixed up by authorities to cover up the alleged murder of the pair by British intelligence officers. A source tells UK newspaper The Sunday Times, "We are re-examining the circumstances surrounding the taking of the blood samples.
    Reports claimed back in 1997 that Henri Paul's alcohol levels were above the legal limits. I guess if the inquiry is re-examining the blood tests in particular there must be questions that Henri Paul was indeed driving over the limit. See all recent "A Logical Voice" posts


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