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EIR Reveals How Diana Murder Cover-up Has Turned Deadly

June 30, 2000 (EIRNS)--The July 7, 2000 issue of Executive Intelligence Review features a detailed report on the mysterious death of French paparazzo James Andanson, one of the pivotal figures in the Aug. 31, 1997 fatal car crash in Paris, that claimed the lives of Princess Diana, Dodi Fayed, and Henri Paul. Andanson's body was found in a desolate forest in the south of France, burned beyond recognition, on May 5, 2000.

A week after his bizarre death, which French authorities have attempted to label a "suicide," three armed, masked men broke into the Paris offices of the Sipa Agency, the photography agency where Andanson was working at the time of his death, and stole computer disks, laptops, and cameras. The three men were believed to be agents of the French secret service, hunting for possibly incriminating photographs of the crash site that Andanson may have been hiding.

The EIR story details the fact that Andanson, who owned a white Fiat Uno at the time of the 1997 crash, was a prime suspect in the Diana and Dodi wrongful deaths, yet French investigators accepted his alibi that he was not in Paris at the time of the crash. Tests of the paint and bumper scratches on his Fiat matched those on the side of the Mercedes carrying Diana and Dodi, according to forensic reports contained in the files of chief investigating magistrate, Herve Stephan. EIR also uncovered other break-ins and surpression of crucial evidence by both British and French intelligence services.

Nearly three years after the fatal crash, the true circumstances are still being covered up, and the EIR story breaks new ground in exposing that cover-up. This story is "must" reading for anyone who has been attempting to get to the bottom of the Diana-Dodi deaths. As one specialist told EIR, "The death of Andanson may very well signal a new, deadly turn in the cover-up of the death of Princess Diana. It is reminiscent of the pile of corpses that littered the landscape following the assassination of President John F. Kennedy, when scores of individuals with knowledge about the President's death, died under mysterious circumstances."

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