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Published on Oct 8, 2007
Queen: "Dark forces at work in Britain" Princess Diana's former butler reportedly has evidence that can give a new turn to the probe into her death. Paul Burrell's evidence would include a statement from the Queen wherein she said that there were "dark forces" at work in Britain. There'll be a surprise or two at the inquest. Fayed's father, Mohamed al Fayed, has claimed that a blinding flash may have been used by rogue British agents in a murder plot orchestrated by Prince Philip, the husband of Queen Elizabeth II. The first policeman on the scene, Sebastien Dorzee, described how the Princess muttered "My God" because she knew what was happening. He immediately recognised Diana and added that although she was bleeding, she appeared to be in the best shape of all the passengers. The Princess had half turned round in relation to her initial position and her head was between the two front seats, facing sideways and she could see her boyfriend just in front of her. At the same time she was rubbing her stomach, she must have been in pain.