miwahni (miwahni) wrote,

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Ten Years Later....

The Coroner's Inquest into the deaths of Princess Di and Dodi Al Fayed begins in London tomorrow. Transcripts of proceedings will be available here. The coroner's court has a very narrow remit in that it can only determine who died, when they died, where and how they died, but it cannot determine blame or identify anyone as having any sort of liability.
The inquest is expected to last six months, and potential jurors were vetted to see if they had, among other things, any connections with any of the British Intelligence agencies eg MI5 or MI6, in an attempt to ensure there is no hint of bias.

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