Princess Diana‘s harm shouldn’t have killed her, the U.ok.’s top forensic pathologist argues in a new e book.
Dr. Richard Shepherd, who investigated the demise of the Princess of Wales, says her “very tiny” damage — a tear in a vein — most effective caused her demise because it become inside the wrong place, hidden deep in her lung.
“Her unique damage is so uncommon that during my complete profession I don’t agree with I’ve visible every other,” Shepherd writes in a brand new e book, extracted inside the day by day Mail Sunday.
“Diana’s death is a conventional instance of the manner we say, after nearly every day: if best,” Shepherd maintains. “If handiest she had hit the seat in the the front at a barely one-of-a-kind attitude. If most effective she have been thrown ahead 10 mph more slowly.”