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A Closer Look (Royal Mess) #714481

ABC Evening News for Friday, Nov 15, 2002
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(Studio: Elizabeth Vargas) A closer look at the scandal brewing around Britain's royal family introduced.

(London: Richard Gizbert) The crisis for the monarchy that started with the trial of Princess Diana's butler Paul Burrell examined; scenes shown of Queen Elizabeth at the opening of Parliament; details given of the recent allegation of a 1996 rape by an aide to Prince Charles. [On "20/20," BURRELL - says the queen intervened in a travesty trial.] ["Majesty Magazine" editor Ingrid SEWARD†- says the queen was delighted with the success of the Golden Jubilee.] ["Majesty, Queen Elizabeth" author Robert LACEY†- says the tape made by Diana for mischievous reasons lies at the heart of the scandal.]

(Studio: Elizabeth Vargas) Monday's "20/20" interview with Diana's butler announced.

Vargas, Elizabeth;
Gizbert, Richard

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