4. The Driver Wasn’t Drunk
According to official reports, the driver crashed because he was drunk behind the wheel. However, some believe that was a decoy. Theorists claim that the samples used in forensic tests belonged to a suicide victim and were used to frame Paul.
Toxicologists tested four different samples, and all suggested that his blood-alcohol levels were three times the legal limit in France. There was no evidence suggesting that the samples didn’t come from Paul’s body.
3. Diana Wasn’t Given Medical Treatment That Could Have Saved Her
Princess Diana was still alive while in the ambulance on the way to the hospital. What’s suspicious is that while the ambulance was headed to a farther hospital, it passed one hospital without stopping. Since Diana was kept at the scene for so long, that decision is questionable.
Diana was kept at the scene for quite some time as she was treated on-location before getting to the hospital. Such practice in unusual for Brits and Americans, but it was common in Paris. French paramedics treat victims as much as possible before transferring them to the hospital.
The first hospital the ambulance passed wasn’t equipped to deal with Diana’s injuries. Operation Paget concluded that nothing could have been done to save Diana.