An American couple who said they witnessed the car accident that killed Princess Diana, Dodi Fayed, and their driver Henri Paul, said her death was "without incident".
Robin and Jack Firestone say they witnessed the aftermath of the car accident in the Pont de Alma tunnel, in Paris, on August 31, 1997, and reported seeing two dark cars on the scene.
They said L & # 39; Espresso who were stopped by the British and French authorities in giving testimonies because the information they offered raised questions about the crash.
Robin Firestone says he saw two dark and mysterious cars that stop in front of Diana's Mercedes and believes they were involved in the accident.
The Firestones, along with his 11-year-old son Brandon, had entered the Paris tunnel a few minutes after the accident. They were in the back of a taxi on the way to their hotel.
While their taxi got into the destroyed Mercedes S280, Robin, who is now 63, has noticed two "formal" cars in front of Diana's.
"It stands out in my mind so vividly until today," said Robin To express.
"I couldn't understand why they were there. They disagreed with what had happened. I saw those dark cars, and they must have entered before Diana's.
"They were just parked awkwardly, and I don't remember anyone being in them. The two cars had to be driven in front of Diana's car. Then they buried every reference to them, but they were there."
At the time of the crash, the Firestones did not realize who was in the car.
The vehicles of the mysteries have never been traced.
The Firestones saw no emergency services on the scene, so they assumed the accident had happened some time before, not a few minutes before.
"It was just a police officer standing in front of the car and a lot of photographers," said Jack Firestone To express.
"He was acting like he didn't look like an emergency at all. We thought the survivors had already been taken to the hospital."
It was only the next morning that they realized that the blond woman they had seen was Princess Diana.
Robin said that when she offered her testimony to the authorities she was told "They have enough witnesses. Don't worry about that."
She was stunned. "One of the most famous women in the world is killed and they don't want to talk to witnesses".
In the following days, the Firestones declared that they had repeatedly tried to make a statement to the police only to be removed.
"French was clear, and the British didn't want to hear my testimony, and you have to ask why," says Robin.
"I don't think Diana's death was an accident, and the authorities' action makes me believe that up to now more than ever."
"The whole incident was a school thing," says Jack.
"We still live in fear today because of what we've seen and what we've been told," says Robin. The couple states that his death was not an accident. "I think the incident was a real thing and other forces were involved," adds Jack. "Something bad could happen to us. There are enough nuts out there that could try to shut us up."
"I hope that one day, as William and Harry grow up, they want to take responsibility for finding out what really happened to their mother. If it were my mother, I would absolutely like to know.
"I hope that one day they will discover the truth."
Prince William spoke candidly about his mother's death, describing his mourning as "pain like no other pain".
Speaking in a BBC documentary on mental health, William also says that his period of work as an air ambulance pilot gave him the impression that death was just "around the door" and that thoughts had become a problem until he spoke to someone.
Prince William and his brother, Prince Harry, have supported the cause of addressing mental health problems, hoping that their frank admissions on their own struggles will encourage others in need to seek help.
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