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CONCERN GROWS OVER MARTIN BASHIR’S DIANA INTERVIEW

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Princess Diana is a name that has been prolific on the global stage for many decades. Despite her relatively short time on Earth, she has managed to create a community that very much like a force of nature rallies behind her name.

This was apparent during the height of her popularity during her time being a part of the royal family and even more so after her tragic demise.

There have been many discussions held openly and privately regarding how her personal life was presented or even co-opted by others for their gain and how this may have affected her overall physical and mental wellbeing. Given the nature of her passing, there also needs to be some consideration in the level of responsibility that must be taken by those who went in search of a story at the cost of Princess Diana’s health.

In March 2021, an interview conducted by Martin Bashir with Princess Diana has been filed into an inquiry report to access the degree of criminality with which this interview was organized. Since then, the issue has been opened up again for closer review.

This interview, which proved to be quite pivotal in the life of Diana, marked a moment in time where the details discussed simply brought on significant amounts of fear, paranoia and isolation to her life until her eventual demise 2 years later at the age of just 36 years old.

The Panorama programme which aired in 1995, was watched by 23 million people and there have already been some red flags found in the manner in which the BBC gained access to hold the interview.

A report by Lord Dyson also states that there were some falsified financial documents involved in the approval process for the interview while Mr Bashir maintains that these documents had no bearing on Princess Diana choosing to participate in the interview.

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