Alan McGregor, a former employee of British intelligence, came to the conclusion that Diana, the Princess of Wales, could have been killed, and the assassination took six months. According to McGregor, the security measures in the hotel "Ritz", which stopped Diana before his death, left much to be desired.
Alan McGregor (Alan McGregor), a former employee of the British secret service and bodyguard of Princess Diana, came to the conclusion that it could kill, and for plotting the assassination took six months. He said this edition of the Sun.
According to McGregor, the security measures in Paris hotel "Ritz", which stopped Diana before his death, left much to be desired. So, on the fateful night corridor left the machine where you had to go to the Princess, unattended at the rear entrance of the hotel where you could approach anyone. The car was fitted with a public car Park, not guarded underground Parking. Also, according to the former intelligence officer, Henri Paul, who was appointed driver of Diana and Dodi al-Fayed, was not sufficiently qualified.
According to McGregor, although the Princess of Wales could die in a random coincidence, it is more likely that her death was planned.
Princess Diana was killed the night of 31 August 1997 in a car accident in the tunnel before the Alma bridge on the Seine river in Paris. Victims of accidents have also become her companion Dodi — the son of Egyptian billionaire Mohamed al-Fayed and the driver Henri Paul. According to one version, the indirect culprits of the tragedy were the paparazzi who pursued the car with Diana and the driver tried to break away at high speed.
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