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Princess Diana's Death / Report / US Surveillance / Conspiracy Theories / Dunne Interview #846978

CNN Evening News for Monday, Dec 11, 2006
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Report introduced.

(Atlanta: David Mattingly) The long-awaited British report on the death of Princess Diana in France in 1997 that shows the US was eavesdropping on Diana's telephone calls examined; details given about National Security Agency's 1998 revelation about Diana intelligence. [Intelligence expert Jim BAMFORD†- says the US was eavesdropping without permission.] ["People" magazine J.D. HEYMAN†- comments on the allegation from Dodi Fayed††'s father.]

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Report introduced.

(London: Paula Newton) The conspiracy theories about Diana's death examined; scenes shown from the car crash site in Paris; details given about the report's confirmation that Diana's driver, Henri Paul††, was drunk, the claims from her butler that Diana believed Price Charles was planning to kill her. [WOMAN, author Nicholas DAVIES‡- raise questions about Diana's death.] [Crash survivor Trevor REES-JONES††- says it was a simple car accident.] The morbid media fascination with Diana noted.

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Taped in-studio interview held with author Dominick Dunne about Diana & her death. [DUNNE - says the report will not clear up the conspiracy theories & that Diana will be with us forever since there are legends about women like that; states Diana would never have married Dodi & that it was an accident; comments on the movie "The Queen" & the view that was Diana was "troubled."]

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) The "raw data" on Diana's will outlined on screen.

Cooper, Anderson;
Mattingly, David;
Newton, Paula

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