Australian investigative writer John Morgan, who has written ten forensic books on the 1997 death of Princess Diana, has revealed he only has months to live.
Morgan, who is viewed by many as the world’s leading expert on the death of Princess Diana, has lived with the severe neurological illness Multiple System Atrophy, for the past 12 years.
In a statement released today the NZ-born author said:
“Recently symptoms of my illness have worsened considerably and I am now not expecting to live beyond the next few months.
“This month marks 18 years since the death of Princess Diana in Paris in August 1997.
“I wish to state categorically that I stand 100% by the results of my forensic investigation into the deaths of Diana and her lover, Dodi Fayed.
“I also state that after having named several people involved in the assassination and many Establishment-connected witnesses who have lied in their evidence, not one person has sought to sue me or clear their name.
"It is my sincere wish that Princes William and Harry will at some point seek justice for their mother, and that those involved in her murder – and in the subsequent massive cover-up – will finally be held to account for their crimes."