Tuesday, May 28th, 2013
An explosive new book, published this week, reveals that top officers at Scotland Yard fraudulently fabricated key documents connected to the death of Princess Diana.

This authoritative, evidence-based book exposes fraudulent and illegal actions taken by senior British police officers in the aftermath of the 1997 Paris car crash that took the lives of Princess Diana and her lover, Dodi Fayed.

In Diana Inquest: Corruption at Scotland Yard investigative writer John Morgan reveals that police commissioners Lord Paul Condon and Lord John Stevens committed perjury at the 2008 London inquest into the deaths. Morgan shows that Condon and his former assistant Sir David Veness fabricated documentation to support the false inquest testimony of Condon, Stevens and Veness.

Following the death of Diana's lawyer Lord Victor Mishcon in 2006, these senior police officers falsified notes of a 1997 meeting with him regarding Princess Diana's stated fears that she would be assassinated in an orchestrated car crash. In the process the police forged Lord Mishcon's signature onto a false record of their meeting with him.

Morgan has spent over seven years investigating the evidence relating to the crash in the Alma Tunnel, and the subsequent cover-up by the British and French authorities. The Diana Inquest series of books are based on forensic analysis of the testimony heard during the 2007-08 inquest, and also on evidence from the British police investigation that was withheld from the inquest jury.

Another shocking revelation in this latest volume is that on the day of the Paris crash a corrupt officer, who was unavailable and had a clear conflict of interest, was chosen to lead the British police investigation - ahead of others who were more available and appropriate.

But it is the new evidence revealing top-level police fabrication of evidence that is causing the most concern.

In October 1995 Princess Diana relayed her fear to Lord Mishcon about an orchestrated car crash and the following day Mishcon drew up a note that became known as the Mishcon Note. After the 1997 car crash that killed Diana, Mishcon delivered that note to then police commissioner, Lord Paul Condon.

Instead of investigating the allegation from Diana in the Mishcon Note, Condon illegally locked it away in his office safe - and there it stayed for the remaining 2½ years of his tenure at Scotland Yard and then for a further 3½ years under Lord Stevens. 

Speaking in Brisbane, Australia, John Morgan said that not only was the suppression of the Mishcon Note illegal, but at the inquest Condon and Stevens both committed perjury by stating it was Mishcon who had insisted on the suppression. "They besmirched the name of Victor Mishcon who was dead and unable to defend himself" Morgan said. "But not only that, these senior officers - who Mishcon entrusted with investigating the note - went to great lengths to fabricate documentation to support their false testimony that Mishcon had agreed with the suppression of his note."

Morgan went on to say that it is very significant that the London inquest jury were prevented from hearing Victor Mishcon's official police statement. "All the jury heard was evidence from the three dishonest cops: Paul Condon, John Stevens and David Veness".

The actions of Condon, Stevens and Veness in relation to the Mishcon Note are currently under investigation in Paris by Judge Gerard Caddeo.

John Morgan - described recently by Uncensored magazine as "indisputably the world's leading expert on the assassination of Princess Diana" - has now written nine books on the Paris crash and surrounding events, including last year's page-turning summary, entitled Paris-London Connection.

Morgan has been battling a severe neurological illness - multiple system atrophy - for the last ten years. His health has continued to deteriorate in the last few months and he has said that he now expects this could be his last book on the Paris crash. Morgan said: "I was hoping to finish off the series with the final volume early in 2014, but unfortunately the way this illness is heading that now seems to be very unlikely."

A leading UK QC, Michael Mansfield, who served throughout the six months of the London inquest has stated:  "I have no doubt that the volumes written by John Morgan will come to be regarded as the ‘Magnum Opus' on the crash ... that resulted in the unlawful killing of Diana, Princess of Wales and Dodi Al Fayed and the cover-up that followed."

Diana Inquest: Corruption at Scotland Yard is available at Amazon: http://www.amazon.com/Diana-Inquest-Corruption-Scotland-Yard/dp/1489535470/ref=pd_rhf_dp_p_t_1_17SR

Also available in Kindle US: http://www.amazon.com/Diana-Inquest-Corruption-Scotland-ebook/dp/B00D09TOO6/ref=pd_rhf_dp_p_t_3_JCYT

And Kindle UK: http://www.amazon.co.uk/Diana-Inquest-Corruption-Scotland-ebook/dp/B00D09TOO6/ref=pd_rhf_dp_p_t_2_YBWR

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