THE DIANA INVESTIGATION

THE BODYGUARD TALKS; MEMORIES ARE FEW

Last week TREVOR REES-JONES, the bodyguard who was with PRINCESS DIANA and DODI FAYED, underwent questioning by investigating judge HERVE STEPHAN in a heavily guarded second-floor room at Pitie-Salpetriere hospital. Although he recalls the final moments before leaving the Ritz and getting into the car, Rees-Jones, 29, remembers nothing about the accident itself. He did tell the judge that driver HENRI PAUL seemed to be in a perfectly normal state before taking the wheel, though blood tests showed he was legally drunk. But when asked for details about the moments leading up to the accident itself, Rees-Jones repeatedly answered, "I don't...

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