New evidence for a murder of Princess Diana - a look at the controversies surrounding the official report of Diana's death - with John Morgan.
John Morgan is an investigative journalist living near Brisbane Australia. After being diagnosed with Multiple System Atrophy and retiring, he has devoted many years researching and writing about the circumstances surrounding her death in a car accident in 1997. He has become the go-to forensic expert in analyzing the British and French records and the Paget investigation report that concluded Diana’s death as an accident. In 2009, John received a large volume of unpublished documentation from within the British police Paget investigation, which the court jury never saw, and further revealed a British cover-up to protect the royal family and British military intelligence, suggesting the accident was a planned assassination. For the past six years, John has published a series of books, under the heading “Diana Inquest” including copious official documentation and transcripts of interviews and legal testimonies. Among the series are Cover Up of a Royal Murder, The French Cover-up, The British Cover-up, How and Why Did Princess Diana Die, and Who Killed Princess Diana. John’s recent “The Paris-London Connection: The Assassination of Princess Diana” released in 2012 is a condensed version of the entire series.