Why Didn’t Scotland Yard Show the Note on Princess Diana’s Fear and Worry That She Would Die in a Staged Car Crash? Documentary Says it Was Not Passed to Paris Investigators Until SIX YEARS After Tragedy — Many People Believe That Diana Was Killed Not Because She Was Dating a Black Man, But Because She Was Dating a Muslim and so the Royal Family Thought She Had Lost Her Mind. There is no Way That the Kingdom Could Have Her Dating a Muslim Because the Monarch of Great Britain is Over the Church of England. Some Are Worried That Harry’s Tell-all Book Will Reveal That the Royal Family Knew That Her Car Crash Was Staged.

Former Scotland Yard chief Lord Stevens, whose investigation into her death forms the basis of the programme, revealed that the two princes had only ‘limited knowledge’ of the 1997 accident in Paris (Pictured: William, Diana and Harry at a the Heads of State VE Remembrance Service in Hyde Park in 1995)

Why Didn’t Scotland Yard Show the Note on Princess Diana’s Fear and Worry That She Would Die in a Staged Car Crash? Documentary Says it Was Not Passed to Paris Investigators Until SIX YEARS After Tragedy — Many People Believe That Diana Was Killed Not Because She Was Dating a Black Man, But Because She Was Dating a Muslim and so the Royal Family Thought She Had Lost Her Mind. There is no Way That the Kingdom Could Have Her Dating a Muslim Because the Monarch of Great Britain is Over the Church of England. Some Are Worried That Harry’s Tell-all Book Will Reveal That the Royal Family Knew That Her Car Crash Was Staged.

Scotland Yard chiefs face new concerns over their handling of a note detailing Princess Diana‘s fears she would be killed in a staged car accident.

Diana voiced her fears to her lawyer, Lord Mishcon, in October 1995. She died in a car crash in Paris two years later alongside Dodi Fayed and driver Henri Paul.

The mystery surrounding the note is revisited in a four-part documentary – Investigating Diana: Death In Paris – beginning tonight on Channel 4 to mark the 25th anniversary of the tragedy.

After Diana’s death, Lord Mishcon passed his contemporaneous typed account of their meeting to senior Metropolitan Police officers who put it in a safe. But the note was not passed to French authorities investigating her crash for six years.

Diana’s brother and sisters learned of its existence only more than a decade after it was written. Princes William and Harry were also left in the dark for a long time.

There have even been suggestions of a mysterious addition to the note, which it has been claimed was designed to give cover to the fact the original note was not released earlier.

Source: Mailonline, Sue Reid

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