Bombshell: Diana Thriller White Fiat Uno Driver Breaks His Silence—Why He Received’t Speak To Police
The motive force of the thriller white Fiat Uno which is believed to have brushed Princess Diana’s automobile instantly earlier than the 1997 crash is refusing to talk to the person who oversaw the inquest into her dying.
That’s the discovering of a brand new guide, titled DIANA: CASE SOLVED The Definitive Account that Proves What Actually Occurred, launched Tuesday [$10 Kindle, $19 hardcover; amazon.com].
Former Scotland Yard chief John Stevens has admitted he tried to get in contact with the driving force twice in 2017 — however Le Van Thanh rebuffed the possibility to talk about Diana’s accident.
However investigative journalist Dylan Howard and former murder detective Colin McLaren, the co-authors of the DIANA: CASE SOLVED, element a current world unique interview with Van Thanh, who was a 22-year-old taxi driver on the time of the 1997 accident.
The pair element their face-to-face encounter at Van Thanh’s house in suburban Paris—the primary time he has spoken in depth.
“Le Van Thanh is the one one that can unlock the conspiracy,” Howard stated in an unique interview.
Evaluation of the wreckage of Diana’s Mercedes revealed it had glancing contact with a white Fiat Uno automobile which left traces of paint on the Mercedes bodywork.
Van Thanh refused to be interviewed as a part of the extremely publicized Operation Paget investigation, commissioned to resolve the mysterious crash.
He refused to attend the British authorities inquest and was interviewed in regards to the crash solely by French police within the presence of a Scotland Yard officer.
He was allowed to go free after six hours of questioning — regardless of the white paint on his automobile matching that discovered on the wrecked Mercedes.
Though nobody had seen the Fiat within the tunnel, some witnesses have reported to McLaren seeing an Uno exiting the tunnel.
Georges and Sabine Dauzonne informed McLaren they noticed a white Fiat Uno rising from the Paris tunnel the place the Princess was killed in Paris within the early hours of August 31, 1997.
At her inquest, each pointed to photos of former safety guard Le Van Thanh quite than photographer James Andanson, the person Mohamed al Fayed believes was on the wheel.