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Cover-Up of a Royal Murder: Hundreds of Errors in the Paget Report
a book by John Morgan
``When you put all the evidence together, you can see that driver Henri Paul was
framed,’’ --John Morgan
Cover-up of a Royal Murder is a thorough investigation of the British inquiry
- the Paget report - into the deaths of Diana, Princess of Wales and Dodi Fayed.
It uses eye-witness, documentary and other evidence to prove that the
conclusions drawn in the Paget report are fundamentally flawed -- yet it is the
Paget report that is set to form the basis for the upcoming British inquest.
This is the book that proves beyond reasonable doubt that Princess Diana was
murdered and that there is a lot more to the Paris crash than the French and
British investigations have revealed. "Cover-up" provides credibility to the
lingering doubts of a large section of the British and international public --
doubts that remain even 10 years after the crash. This book lays down a huge
challenge to those who believe the death of Diana Princess of Wales was just a
tragic accident. Cover-up of a Royal Murder exposes one of the greatest
cover-ups of our time.
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Apr. 20, 2008
"Cover-up of a Royal Murder by John Morgan"
Cover-up of a Royal Murder is compelling reading – I couldn’t put it
down. John Morgan should be absolutely commended for this most
illuminating book and the meticulous attention to detail he has
displayed with regard to his research and analysis. I began it feeling
slightly sceptical because, while I have always wondered if it was more
than an accident, lately I came to the conclusion that perhaps it was
just a tragic accident after all. I could accept Mohamed Al-Fayed’s
belief that it was murder but the fact that he implicated Prince Phillip
has, I believe, diverted people’s thinking and led them to the belief
that he was just a grievinging father. Unfortunately, this has also
given the Court a point to focus on to the exclusion of all else.
However I now firmly agree with what John Morgan has come up with and
believe that she was in fact murdered by some group, possibly MI6 but
maybe the French and Americans were implicated too. Who knows. I
actually came to this conclusion very early in the book, especially
regarding the unbelievable diabolical fiasco relating to Henri Paul’s
autopsies and blood test results, and each succeeding chapter just
reinforced this conclusion even more. Also it is extraordinarily
inexplicable the length of time it took to get Princess Diana to
hospital only a very short distance away and then not to the nearest one
which VIPs used but one further away and with no doctor on duty when she
first arrived. With the delay incurred, there was plenty of time to have
arranged for someone to be waiting for her arrival. Explanations as to
why she wasn’t moved to a decent hospital immediately, preferably by
helicopter, are simply smokescreens. If Princess Diana had instead been
some vagrant maybe this might have explained a few things but she was a
VIP in every sense of the word and the shoddy treatment she received can
only lead one to the view that it was a deliberate act which eventually
achieved their aim – her death. Surely the French aren’t as incompetent
as their inaction would lead us to believe!!
The Paget Report was a total waste of money. Lord Stevens was either
coerced to cover this matter up, or was totally incompetent. I’m sure it
was the former. This could also apply to everyone else involved,
especially those who did the autopsies etc. The whole matter is shocking
and I just hope the powers that be won’t have achieved their aim in
producing the seriously flawed Paget Report followed by the very biased
Inquest, which ended with a predictable result - and that it won’t go
away but many questions will continue to be openly asked. Hopefully the
real truth will come out one day. It must be very hard on Princes
William and Harry, and it obviously wouldn’t be in their healthy
interests to press this matter, but I know without any doubt that if it
was my mother, I would want the absolute truth. So it is up to the
public to keep this matter to the forefront and not let it be buried so
that the real facts will hopefully eventually come out and enable that
much vaunted word, i.e.. closure, to occur.
There is still very widespread interest in Princess Diana and this book
should be widely available to as many people as possible, especially in
the UK, the States and Canada, Australia and New Zealand. I’m not sure
why it is not. This matter must not close before we have the truth.
Excellent work, John Morgan!!