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Diana Scandal Continues

We previously reported that MI6 agents (the equivalent of the US CIA) were operating in Paris on the night of August 31, 1997, the time of the car crash that killed Princess Diana and her lover Dodi Fayed. Photographer James Andanson was one of the most aggressive of the paparazzi following Princess Diana. His body was found in May of 2000 in the burned out remains of a BMW in a forest in the south of France. Andanson's death was ruled a suicide by French police, but Dodi's father, Mohammed Al Fayed, maintains that he, as well as Diana and his son Dodi, were murdered by British undercover government agents, who were ordered to do so by Prince Philip, to cover up the fact that Diana was pregnant with Dodi's child.

CNN reports that a French couple has testified by video from Paris that they saw a white Fiat Uno being driven erratically as it came out of the Paris tunnel at about the same time as Diana's car crashed there. From examining paint scrapes on the side of Dodi's Mercedes, which was being driven by Henri Paul, French police have already concluded that a white Fiat had collided with it, but the Fiat was never found. The French couple, Georges and Sabine Dauzonne, say that they at first thought that the driver of the Fiat seemed drunk, since he was weaving and driving too slowly, but when they passed the Fiat in their Rolls Royce, they noticed that "the driver was looking intently in his interior and left-side mirrors." When the French police examined Andanson's car, they found no evidence that it had been in a collision.

The mystery deepens?

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