An explosive review published today reveals that royal author Alan Power fraudulently included hundreds of false “facts” and repeatedly altered sworn witness evidence, in his widely-read book The Princess Diana Conspiracy.
The extensive book review – entitled Alan Power Exposed: Hundreds of Errors in “The Princess Diana Conspiracy” – uncovers over 200 deceptions and errors in Power’s book. It is authored by John Morgan, an Australian investigative writer who is seen by many to be the world’s leading expert on the deaths of Princess Diana and Dodi Fayed. He has written nine evidence-based books on the circumstances around the car crash that took their lives in Paris’ Alma Tunnel on 31 August 1997.
Alan Power Exposed – which runs to 180 pages – is an in-depth investigation of Power’s work. Speaking from his home in Brisbane last night John Morgan said that The Princess Diana Conspiracy is a “minefield of deceptive writing, manipulation of evidence, misinformation and misrepresentation of the facts.” Morgan stated that Power has duped his readers: “Power claims that he has disclosed the facts of the case, but instead what he has done is fraudulently alter much of the witness evidence to fit his own predetermined false scenario of what occurred”. Morgan went on to say that he was staggered when he realised just how far Power had gone in his efforts to deceive his readers.
The review also addresses the amazing coincidence that The Princess Diana Conspiracy was published within days of the August 2013 announcement by Scotland Yard that it was scoping new information regarding the deaths. That announcement concerned an allegation by a member of the SAS, known as Soldier N, that the SAS were involved in the assassination of Princess Diana – an allegation that actually matches the premise of Power’s book. Morgan includes evidence in his review indicating the fortuitous timing of Power’s publication may not have been a coincidence.
John Morgan says that a key question is: Why does a first-time author living on the Isle of Man produce a book that is so heavily flawed – 200 basic errors with over 500 when one allows for repetition? Alan Power Exposed seeks to answer this. Morgan states: “The point here is that the case for the assassination of Princess Diana is now very strong and there is no need at all to alter witness evidence and misrepresent the facts – so why did Power do this, and on such a large scale?” Expert analysts have raised the possibility that Power’s book is actually a “false flag” operation, written in cooperation with the British intelligence services, and published with the intention of discrediting the entire worldwide movement that is seeking justice for Princess Diana. In the review Morgan points to evidence indicating that Power may not have been acting alone when he wrote The Princess Diana Conspiracy.
John Morgan is the author of the Diana Inquest series of books. Eminent QC Michael Mansfield – who served throughout the six months of the London inquest – has said of that series: “I have no doubt that the volumes written by John Morgan will come to be regarded as the ‘Magnum Opus’ on the crash”.
Mohamed Al Fayed, who lost his son Dodi in the Paris crash, has stated: “I believe that John Morgan has done more to expose the facts of this case than the police in France and Britain.”
John Morgan’s investigation website: www.princessdianadeaththeevidence.weebly.com
Alan Power Exposed is available in paperback at Amazon: http://www.amazon.com/Alan-Power-Exposed-Hundreds-Conspiracy/dp/1494318199/ref=pd_rhf_dp_p_imgnr_2
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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 £4 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. The 2007 book, Cover-up of a Royal Murder, was the result of his subsequent investigation into the Paget report. John went on to closely follow and analyse the proceedings and transcripts of the London inquest into the deaths of Princess Diana and Dodi Fayed. The Diana Inquest series of books was the result of his thorough research and investigation into that process. This current book, Paris-London Connection, is based on the evidence and forensic analysis in the highly acclaimed Diana Inquest book series. John Morgan can be contacted at email@example.com
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