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Most culpable man

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Submitted by Vijay (United Kingdom), Aug 31, 2007 at 10:55

The man most culpable in this Diana tragedy is Mohammed al Fayed, , the father of Dodi. It was he who employed a drunk driver who went at 120 mph and crashed, killing his son and Diana.

To cover up his own culpability, the media machine of Al-Fayed has been working overtime to drum up conspiracy theories. Also , Diana , as a member of the British royal family was owed the protection of the British secret police. But Al-Fayed substituted his own 'security' in the place of security of the British government. If it is the US, I am sure Diana's family would have sued Al-Fayed for criminal negligence to the tune of 100s of millions of dollars

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