I remember they asked one of the members of the Romanof family in an interview in 1994 exactly this question. He said that it would be very sad that she wasenīt able to prove her identity during her lifetime. That they had to admit they had done a mistake but that it was an honest mistake. Thatīs the way I think they thought. They had no reason to believe she was genuine.
Proof that the family never denied AA for money as the AA supporters obviously like saying.