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Diana Inquest: How & Why Did Diana Die? [Kindle Edition]

John Morgan
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The volumes written by John Morgan will come to be regarded as the `Magnum Opus' on the Diana crash -- Michael Mansfield, QC, United Kingdom

John Morgan has done more to expose the facts of this case
than the police in France and Britain -- Mohamed Al Fayed, Prominent UK Businessman, Father of Dodi Fayed

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Princess Diana survived the 12.23 a.m. crash in Paris - witness and photographic evidence clearly showed she was alive, conscious and talking in the back of the Mercedes. Yet just after 4 a.m. Diana was pronounced dead. What occurred in the intervening 3½ hours that brought on her premature death? Are there people who should be held accountable for what occurred on that final tragic night? Based on the evidence heard during the inquest, The Untold Story reveals to the public for the first time the minute by minute events that were occurring both inside and outside Diana's ambulance. It establishes the surprising truth of precisely what led to Diana being virtually dead when she finally arrived at the hospital at 2.06 a.m. - 1 hour and 43 minutes after the crash. This 2nd volume of The Untold Story reveals the evidence that the 2008 inquest heard regarding medical treatment and motives and finally answers the two most important questions regarding Princess Diana's death: How and Why?

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By Renee
Format:Paperback
Diana Inquest
The Untold Story
Part 2 How & Why Did Diana Die?
John Morgan

In this gripping book, Diana Inquest The Untold Story Part 2 How & Why Did Diana Die? John Morgan provides once more a thorough and scholar analysis of the transcripts of the 2008 Princess Diana Inquest. The courageous author exposes the methods used by the Royal Coroner to manipulate the 11 members of the jury, making certain that justice would be denied to the victims of this tragedy and their family, and that the jury would not return a verdict of murder. Many witnesses did not appear before the jury and were not heard by the French and British investigations. We discover that the official French investigation "ignored anything to do with motives" - which John Morgan studies carefully - and failed to interview or cross-examine many important eye-witnesses and several medical treatment witnesses in the tunnel and at the hospital, while the British investigation omitted to consider the landmine campaign as a motive for murdering the Princess. John Morgan demonstrates in a very accurate way that the medical treatment received by the Princess of Wales before reaching the hospital - in the tunnel and in the ambulance - provoked her death, a death which could have been avoided if she had been taken straight away and at speed to the right and nearest hospital, and if the doctors who were "looking after" her during her transportation had communicated to the hospital the correct diagnostic in order to have the right surgeon and medical team awaiting them on stand-by. These were not mistakes caused by simple negligence and circumstances, but deliberate criminal acts, part of a well-planned and carefully organized criminal machination which led to the tragically staged crash aiming at killing the Princess of Wales, in which several people lost their lives.
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In the second volume of what the eminent British barrister Michael Mansfield (who served at the 2007-08 inquest into Diana's death) has hailed as "the 'Magnum Opus' on the crash... and the cover-up that followed", Australian journalist John Morgan presents all the available information about why Diana presented such a threat to the British Establishment, and how she was executed (not in a crash, as is commonly believed, but in the back of an ambulance). This is no "conspiracy theory" book, rather a scholarly and meticulous account that leaves nothing out. Included is all the information that was made available to the inquest jury (who decided that Diana had been "unlawfully killed", a verdict that means either homicide or manslaughter); but, equally importantly, it contains official information and media reports that were NOT made available to the jury, in many cases because the coroner (an Establishment judge who had sworn an oath of allegiance to the Queen, and refused to allow the jury even to consider a verdict of murder) expressly prevented them from seeing it. Once all this information is presented side by side, it should be obvious to any intelligent and dispassionate reader that what occurred in the Royal Courts of Justice in 2007-08 was a cover-up, in which most of the information that suggested the involvement of MI6 and the French intelligence services was simply suppressed or presented to the public in a partial and misleading way. It is to the jury's great credit that - although they were effectively prevented from knowing most of the information that was available to the coroner, who repeatedly insisted that the crash was a simple accident - they rejected his summing up, and instead brought in the most powerful verdict that was available to them. Read more ›
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5.0 out of 5 stars Forensic evidence of an assassination. 16 Feb 2014
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John Morgan has presented to the world a comprehensive, accessible and extensive forensic analyses of the medical mistretament of Princess Diana in the ambulance, that lead to her death by the hands of dr. Jean Marc Martino and dr. Arnoud Derossi, both comitted perjury at the London Inquest without any apparent accountability as did dr. Frederic Mailliez, the first doctor on the scene. Professor Dominique Lecomte and dr. Gilbert Pepin, both responsible for the autopsies, refused to give evidence at the Inquest. Medical students Barbara Kapfer and Fadi who were present in Princess Diana's ambulance never gave evidence at the London Inquest. Dr. Jean Marc Martino, Princess Diana's ambulance "doctor", was not a qualified physican on the 31st of august 1997. This is the doctor who is dispatched to care for Princess Diana's medical treatment.

The Inquest Series are unique in, that they provide a forensic assessment in a logical, well-balanced and most redable fashion. John Morgan presents an impressive level of detail with the emphasis on the evidence based documentation, which is comprehensively discussed. The analyses and critiques are valubale ressources and practical guidance at all levels. All the volumes are suited to serve as a general reference, as the books are linked to forensic research and published professional standards to provide a basis for discussions. The analyses and critiques are valubale ressources and practical guidance at all levels.

Volume 2 is increasingly important and essenstial reading for all who are interested in how Princess Diana was murdered. Princess Diana survived the vehicular homide attack but died at La Ptie Salpetriere Hospital because she was delivered in an unsurvivable condition.
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