DIANA BLAMED CHARLES WITH HER DYING BREATH!
Paris crash eyewitness breaks 22-year silence TO BARE HER LASTWORDS
‘He’s killed me! What will happen to my boys…?’
GASPING for breath and racked by pain, Princess Diana told Paris paramedics her terrible car crash was no accident — and named Prince Charles as her killer!
In an explosive GLOBE world exclusive, an eyewitness to the tragedy is breaking 22 years of silence to bare the beloved royal’s actual last words and expose the murder conspiracy that claimed her life!
The terrified witness, who is living under an assumed name in a remote French-speaking country, says Di, 36, was still alive when she was loaded into an ambulance after the Aug. 31, 1997, wreck in Paris’ Pont de l’Alma tunnel and insists her final words chillingly implicated her ex husband, Charles.
Her bodyguard, Trevor Rees-Jones, was the only survivor of the horrifying high-speed ambush that left the black Mercedes sedan carrying Diana a mangled mass of metal, burying the bodies of her beau, Dodi Fayed, and driver, Henri Paul.
The witness, who has asked not to be identified, tells that Diana was lying on the backseat floor “when I first saw her. She was moaning in pain, but conscious. She seemed dazed and disoriented and, at first, didn’t seem to understand what happened.
“I heard her ask, ‘My God, what’s happened?’
“She was told she’d been in a terrible car crash and to lie still. She was quiet for a few heartbeats, then gasped in pain.
“Her eyes narrowed and she whispered, ‘He’s killed me! That bloody bastard has killed me. Just like he said. Now what will happen to my boys …’ and she drifted off.
“I was in tears — praying, hoping she’d survive. I made the sign of the cross as she was put into the ambulance.”
French firefighter Xavier Gourmelon, a first responder, heard some of her last words and also insists she was alive when placed in the ambulance.
“She said to me, ‘My God, what’s happened?’” he recalled after the incident.
He says she was “moving very slightly” with “a slight injury to her right shoulder, but other than that, there was nothing significant, no blood on her at all.
“When she was in the ambulance she was alive and I expected her to live,” he adds.
Dr. Frederic Mailliez, the first doctor to reach the scene, has also confirmed Diana was alert when he reached her trapped “on her knees in the back seat” and crying out in pain.
“I tried to comfort her as best I could and ask where the pain was,’’ he told investigators in the immediate aftermath of the crash. “She kept saying how much she hurt as I gently put a resuscitation mask over her mouth.”
Citing doctor-patient confidentiality, the English-speaking French physician said he “would not repeat” any other words he may have heard — despite insisting he “did not remember them.”
The new witness claims to have also told investigators he “heard and saw nothing of importance” at the crash site. But the witness now insists Diana’s chilling words were a grim warning. Just months after the crash, the witness — who was found by an insider after a six-year investigation — fled France fearing he’d be marked for murder. But a troubled conscience triggered the recent decision to finally tell all.
Amazingly, the witness’ explosive revelation boosts claims in a secret CIA dossier.
The file concluded the crash was no accident and Diana was given a killshot of an undetectable poison by a British agent posing as a paramedic on the way to the hospital — working under orders issued by Charles!
As reported, in a letter before her death, the princess wrote she feared Charles would have her killed and predicted an accident with “rigged brakes,” and the CIA file concluded the brakes and steering of the Mercedes S280 had been “tampered with.”
Royal biographer Lady Colin Campbell recently dropped a bombshell that investigators now say could be Charles’ motive for wanting Di dead. She had been trying to undermine him as heir to the throne, saying he was too weak to handle the job, Campbell insists.
The writer says Di hoped Charles would be bypassed and young William would be named king — and she’d rule as regent until he came of age.
“Her attempts to block Charles from the throne are a powerful reason for murder,” notes an insider. to block Charles from the throne are a powerful reason for murder,” notes an insider.
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