Harry wants Diana to reopen the investigation and once believed she faked her own death
The Duke of Sussex once believed his mother faked her death to avoid the press, and has said he wants the investigation into her fatal car crash reopened.
arry also said, in his controversial memoir Spare, that both he and his brother, the Prince of Wales “were condemned” for calling for a re-investigation of her death “by forces of “.
He added that he and William felt the last thing written in the report about the princess’s death was a “joke” and an “insult” and “has many basic factual errors and holes.” logical,” according to the US website Page Six.
“It raises more questions than it answers,” Harry wrote.
Harry, who learned of his mother’s death in 1997 while staying at Balmoral in Scotland, described having to do nothing but roam the castle, it is suspected that it was all “one hoax” concocted by Diana.
“Her life was miserable, she was hunted, harassed, lied, deceived. So she staged an accident to distract and run away,” Harry wrote.
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Nearly a decade later, the three-year police investigation into Operation Paget, led by former Metropolitan Police Commissioner Lord Stevens, concluded in 2006 that Diana died in a “catastrophic accident” ” rather than being murdered, to rule out conspiracy theories.
A lengthy investigation later, looking at the evidence of 278 witnesses over six months, in 2008 discovered that the princess and her lover Dodi Fayed had been unlawfully killed for the serious negligence of both driver Henri Paul, who was drunk, and the paparazzi chasing the photographer.
It also refutes claims Diana was murdered, rejecting claims she was killed by the state.
The Spanish versions of Harry’s autobiography went on sale ahead of publication on January 10, and there have been several leaks of the book.
At the end of the 2008 investigation, the brothers released a joint statement saying they agreed with the jury’s verdict. They praised the way they considered the evidence so exhaustively.
Harry also recounts in his book how he asked a driver to simulate the deadly journey his mother made through the Pont de l’Alma tunnel, where she was killed.
While in the French capital for the 2007 Rugby World Cup semi-final, Harry, 23, asked to be driven past the crash site at 65 mph – the same speed. speed and double the road limit on which the Mercedes carrying Diana and Dodi Fayed was traveling before hitting a pillar in August 1997.
Harry said there was “no reason for someone to die inside” the tunnel, adding that driving was “a very bad idea”.
Page Six described how William was also in Paris on the same day and they drove through the tunnel together and discussed their criticisms of the final report and the plan to call for the reopening of the investigation.
https://www.independent.ie/style/celebrity/celebrity-news/harry-wanted-diana-inquiry-reopened-and-once-believed-she-faked-her-own-death-42267846.html Harry wants Diana to reopen the investigation and once believed she faked her own death