Guard on funeral of Diana crash driver

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The Independent Online
The reading was from St Paul to the Romans: wherein thou judgest another, thou condemnest thyself. At the funeral in Brittany yesterday of Henri Paul, the driver of the car in which Diana, Princess of Wales, met her death, his family and friends felt it was called for, writes Tim Finan, in Lorient.

Mr Paul's parents led a group of 250 mourners at the parish church of Ste Therese. Security was tight, with dozens of armed police ringing the church, after the family expressed fears that an intruder might attempt to "avenge" Diana's death, but there were no disturbances.