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Cover-up of a Royal Murder: Hundreds of Errors in the Paget Report

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Cover-up of a Royal Murder is a thorough investigation of the British inquiry - the Paget report - into the deaths of Diana, Princess of Wales and Dodi Fayed. It uses eye-witness, documentary and other evidence to prove that the conclusions drawn in the Paget report are fundamentally flawed -- yet it is the Paget report that is set to form the basis for the upcoming British inquest. This is the book that proves beyond reasonable doubt that Princess Diana was murdered and that there is a lot more to the Paris ...
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Overview

Cover-up of a Royal Murder is a thorough investigation of the British inquiry - the Paget report - into the deaths of Diana, Princess of Wales and Dodi Fayed. It uses eye-witness, documentary and other evidence to prove that the conclusions drawn in the Paget report are fundamentally flawed -- yet it is the Paget report that is set to form the basis for the upcoming British inquest. This is the book that proves beyond reasonable doubt that Princess Diana was murdered and that there is a lot more to the Paris crash than the French and British investigations have revealed. "Cover-up" provides credibility to the lingering doubts of a large section of the British and international public -- doubts that remain even 10 years after the crash. This book lays down a huge challenge to those who believe the death of Diana Princess of Wales was just a tragic accident. Cover-up of a Royal Murder exposes one of the greatest cover-ups of our time.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781847536556
  • Publisher: Lulu.com
  • Publication date: 9/28/2007
  • Pages: 548
  • Product dimensions: 6.00 (w) x 9.00 (h) x 1.22 (d)

Meet the Author

John Morgan, who is based in Brisbane, Australia, is an investigative writer with a diploma in journalism. Since 2005 he has carried out extensive full-time research into the events surrounding the deaths of Diana, Princess of Wales and Dodi Fayed. After studying the Paget report when it was published in December 2006, he was shocked by the content of it. He realised that the $8 million report which took three years to produce was littered with inaccuracies and poorly drawn conclusions -- John viewed it as a huge injustice to the memory of Princess Diana. Cover-up of a Royal Murder is the result of his subsequent investigation into the Paget report.
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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 14, 2007

    disturbing evidence

    Reading `Cover-up of a Royal Murder¿ convinced me beyond doubt that Diana was the victim of a sinister and deliberate series of acts that caused her premature death. Chapter after chapter, I was astounded at the volume of evidence pointing to criminal involvement rather then an accident. To put forward their conclusion that it was a tragic accident, the Paget inquiry had to ignore and explain away anything and everything that would have led to the fact that it was murder. This they did and one has to wonder why? This book proves that truth is indeed stranger, and in this case more frightful, than fiction.

    2 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 4, 2007

    Compelling and provoking.

    This book exposes the counless flaws in, if not the incompetence of, the Paget report, which indeed poses more questions than it answers. The information in this book is fully available in the public domain, and the author has done an amazing job by putting it all in context. I am rather shocked that there were so many stuff-ups in the various investigations. Originally I did not think that Diana and Dodi were murdered, but after reading the book I have grave doubts that it was just an accident. If the current British Inquest is to be based on this Paget report, British taxpayers are up for a few more millions of pounds and nowhere nearer the truth. I urge the powers that be to read this book before embarking on the Inquest.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 3, 2007

    Eye-opener

    I read this book as a complete skeptic and non-believer in conspiracy theories generally. After reading it I am completely convinced that the death of Diana was not an accident caused by a drunk driver 'as the authorities 'including the Paget report' claim'. I also read this book as a lawyer. It is an extremely thorough interrogation of the Paget report which left me appalled at the lack of rigour applied to the forming of conclusions by the Paget Team and the unprecedented string of mistakes in the investigation and autopsy process. Read this book and be prepared to 'a' be completely unsatisfied with the official line on the cause of death and 'b' have your eyes opened to the real possibility of deliberate intervention in Diana's death.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 3, 2007

    Not just another Diana book

    This is a book of substance that examines the conclusions of the Paget Report point by point and raises numerous obvious and relevant questions that were overlooked in the report. The author has clearly undertaken extensive research to provide evidence from a range of sources and witnesses who were not questioned by the Paget Team. I am astounded to learn that the Paget Team did not follow obvious lines of inquiry and examine all possible evidence regarding the circumstances of Diana's and Dodi's untimely deaths to provide an unbiased opinion that will stand the test of time. This book is a compilation of the facts and evidence in an easy to read format that leaves the reader with compelling questions about the conclusions of the Paget Report. Cover-up of a Royal Murder leaves me in no doubt that the Paget Report is indeed a cover-up of the facts.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted April 19, 2008

    Everyone should read this book

    Cover-up of a Royal Murder is compelling reading ¿ I couldn¿t put it down. John Morgan should be absolutely commended for this most illuminating book and the meticulous attention to detail he has displayed with regard to his research and analysis. I began it feeling slightly sceptical because, while I have always wondered if it was more than an accident, lately I came to the conclusion that perhaps it was just a tragic accident after all. I could accept Mohamed Al-Fayed¿s belief that it was murder but the fact that he implicated Prince Phillip has, I believe, diverted people¿s thinking and led them to the belief that he was just a grieving father. Unfortunately, this has also given the Court a point to focus on to the exclusion of all else. However I now firmly agree with what John Morgan has come up with and believe that she was in fact murdered by some group, possibly MI6 but maybe the French and Americans were implicated too. Who knows. I actually came to this conclusion very early in the book, especially regarding the unbelievable diabolical fiasco relating to Henri Paul¿s autopsies and blood test results, and each succeeding chapter just reinforced this conclusion even more. Also it is extraordinarily inexplicable the length of time it took to get Princess Diana to hospital only a very short distance away and then not to the nearest one which VIPs used but one further away and with no doctor on duty when she first arrived. With the delay incurred, there was plenty of time to have arranged for someone to be waiting for her arrival. Explanations as to why she wasn¿t moved to a decent hospital immediately, preferably by helicopter, are simply smokescreens. If Princess Diana had instead been some vagrant maybe this might have explained a few things but she was a VIP in every sense of the word and the shoddy treatment she received can only lead one to the view that it was a deliberate act which eventually achieved their aim ¿ her death. Surely the French aren¿t as incompetent as their inaction would lead us to believe!! The Paget Report was a total waste of money. Lord Stevens was either coerced to cover this matter up, or was totally incompetent. I¿m sure it was the former. This could also apply to everyone else involved, especially those who did the autopsies etc. The whole matter is shocking and I just hope the powers that be won¿t have achieved their aim in producing the seriously flawed Paget Report followed by the very biased Inquest, which ended with a predictable result - and that it won¿t go away but many questions will continue to be openly asked. Hopefully the real truth will come out one day. It must be very hard on Princes William and Harry, and it obviously wouldn¿t be in their healthy interests to press this matter, but I know without any doubt that if it was my mother, I would want the absolute truth. So it is up to the public to keep this matter to the forefront and not let it be buried so that the real facts will hopefully eventually come out and enable that much vaunted word, i.e.. closure, to occur. There is still very widespread interest in Princess Diana and this book should be widely available to as many people as possible, especially in the UK, the States and Canada, Australia and New Zealand. I¿m not sure why it is not. This matter must not close before we have the truth. Excellent work, John Morgan!!

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