London, Apr 9 (UNI) Harrods owner Mohamed al Fayed has announced that he will now not try to uncover an alleged conspiracy behind the deaths of his son Dodi al Fayed and Princess Diana, after the conclusion of the inquest into their deaths.
Mr Fayed said he would accept the verdict of the jury, adding, ''I am tired and leaving the rest for God to get my revenge.'' He has long maintained that his son and the Princess were murdered by British secret agents at the behest of the Duke of Edinburgh.
His arguments were found to be utterly without foundation by the Coroner as the former's legal team could produce no evidence to back them up during the inquest.
Mr Fayed said, ''I'm a father who has lost his son and I've done everything for 10 years. But now with the verdict I accept it but with reservations.'' ''I'm very grateful to [the jury] because the most important thing in their verdict is that they mentioned that it is not an accident, it's an unlawful killing. And this gives me great satisfaction because it proved my point that my son and Diana were murdered,'' the Daily Telegraph quoted him as saying.
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