The pair who witnessed Princess Diana’s tragic car crash back in 1997 claim that the incident wasn’t an accident.
Living in fear for their lives ever since the crash, Jack and Robin Firestone have finally spoken out and revealed what they have seen at the scene on August 31, 1997.
According to the couple, they have spotted two mysterious black cars at the crash scene at the time of the incident that cost 36-year-old Princess Diana and her 42-year-old lover Dodi Fayed their lives.
As the couple claimed, they were just on their way back to the hotel when the collision occurred in the Pont de’ l’Alma tunnel in Paris.
Shortly after the crash, the Firestones allegedly saw two shady and “awkwardly parked” vehicles in front of the Princess’ crashed Mercedes.
“We went up to him and I said ‘listen we were in the tunnel last night and we need to talk to the police because there are things that we saw,’” Robin said, recalling the time they approached a French officer to report their suspicions.
“Without hesitation, he said they have enough witnesses. ‘Don’t worry about it.’
“We were dumbfounded. One of the most famous women in the world is killed and they don’t want to speak to witnesses.”
As the couple continued, they were prohibited from providing a statement both by the British and the French government due to the controversy surrounding their testimonies. In addition, the Firestones weren’t called to the official inquiry that followed.
“We still live in fear today because of what we saw and what we were told,” Robin added.
“I do not think Diana’s death was an accident, and the action of the authorities makes me believe that to this day more than ever. The whole crash was an establishment thing.
“I hope that one day, as William and Harry grow older that they want to take responsibility to find out what really happened to their mother.”
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