by Mick Meaney
Writer John Morgan believes his new book, Diana Inquest: The Documents The Jury Never Saw, provides a compelling reason why a new inquest into the death of Princess Diana and Dodi Al Fayed should be held in France.
He told the Daily Express last night: “My book reproduces more than 100 of the most critical documents and lists a further 400 documents that the jury should have had access to if they were ever going to be able to reach an informed verdict.
“Lawyers say justice is blind but in this case I have proved that it was the jury who were blindfolded. The official inquest was a travesty.”
“At the time, the public expected the Diana inquest jury to reach an informed verdict, but no one could have possibly understood that such a huge volume of critical evidence was withheld from the jury. Through this massive censorship the inquest jury had no hope of reaching a fair, impartial and, more importantly, informed verdict. They were kept in the dark.
“Justice can only be achieved through an independent inquest held on French soil. The crash occurred in France and the witnesses are therefore French.
“An inquest that is capable of forcing the French witnesses to appear is the only way forward to establish the truth.”
Dodi’s father, former Harrods owner Mohamed Al Fayed has praised Morgan’s efforts: “John Morgan has done more to expose the facts of this case than police in France and Britain,” he said. “He has shown how the so-called investigators were more interested in covering up what really happened than honestly delving for the truth.”