LONDON (Reuters) - The procedures used by French medical experts to collect samples from the body of Princess Diana's chauffeur suffered "inconsistencies", the inquest into her death was told on Monday by a leading British toxicologist.
French and British police investigations have both concluded that Diana and her lover Dodi al-Fayed died in a high-speed Paris car crash because chauffeur Henri Paul was drunk.
But Dodi's father, luxury storeowner Mohamed al-Fayed, alleges that her son and Diana were killed by British security services on the orders of Prince Philip.
He has also questioned the results of the tests taken on Henri Paul's body after his death.
Professor Robert Forrest, who reviewed all the medical reports into Paul's death, ran through them again in meticulous detail for lawyers at the inquest.
The court was told that important blood samples from Paul were ori
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