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Britain / Diana’s Death / Prince William #883852

CNN Evening News for Saturday, Oct 06, 2007
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(Studio: Tony Harris) Report introduced.

(London: Phil Black) A jury in Britain poring over photos and video of Princess Diana’s last hours alive in 1997 to determine whether her death in a car crash with boyfriend Dodi Fayed was an accident or a murder reported; photos and footage shown of Diana and Dodi leaving their hotel and trying to avoid paparazzi. [Royal author Robert JOBSON†- says the security arrangements weren’t well-organized; says it looks as though driver Henri Paul signaled the paparazzi that they would be coming out soon.]

(London: Rohid Kashru) Scenes shown of Britain’s Prince William and his girlfriend being pursued by paparazzi in an eerily similar situation to that of his mother ten years ago. [Media lawyer Mark STEPHENS†- says William’s girlfriend is of great public interest because he is the heir to the throne.]

(Studio: Tony Harris) More on the Diana inquest previewed.

Harris, Tony;
Black, Phil;
Kashru, Rohid

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