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Britain / Diana's Death #1052415

CNN Evening News for Saturday, Aug 17, 2013
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(Studio: Pamela Brown) Report introduced.

(London: Atika Shubert) Scotland Yard's assessment of new information about the 1997 death of Princess Diana involving a cover-up by the military featured.

(Studio: Pamela Brown) Live telephone interview held with royal biographer Mark Saunders† about this allegation. [From Windsor, England, voice of SAUNDERS – notes the source of the information, the “Sunday People” newspaper, has good contacts within the royal family and the military; comments on the history between the military and the Secret Intelligence Service; comments on previous claims Diana was murdered; talks about the thoroughness of the 2008 inquest; says the idea that the military murdered her is nonsense.]

Brown, Pamela;
Shubert, Atika

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