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Princess Diana's Death / Investigation / Prince Charles #620424

NBC Evening News for Friday, Sep 19, 1997
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(London: Brian Williams) Report introduced.

(Paris: Ron Allen) The French judge's finding that bodyguard Trevor Rees- Jones remembers little of the auto accident that killed Princess Diana featured; Ritz Hotel surveillance video shown. What he does not remember and does remember outlined. [Attorney Eric LAZRY, defense attorney William BOURDON, attorney Paul BISHOP - comment on the importance of Rees-Jones's testimony about driver Henri Paul.]

(London: Brian Williams) Report introduced.

(London: Brian Williams) The first public appearance of Prince Charles since Diana's death reported; scenes shown from Manchester, England; details given of his friendly behavior. [Prince CHARLES - speaks about the family loss.] [BRITONS, Daily Express, columnist Paul CALLAN, correspondent Jennie BOND - talk about Charles.]

Allen, Ron;
Williams, Brian

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