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PremierLeague-News.Com - The earl said he drew a direct link between the deceptions used to lure Diana to speak to Bashir and her 1997 death in a Paris car crash
PremierLeague-News.Com - Breaking Sport Transfer News ! Earl Spencer said he “draws a line” between Martin Bashir’s 1995 interview with his sister Princess Diana to the chain of events that led to her death two years later.Speaking to Panorama, Spencer drew a direct link between the deceptions used to lure Diana to speak to Bashir and her 1997 death in a Paris car crash.Earl Spencer told the special Panorama investigation into the BBC programme’s own actions: “The irony is that I met Martin Bashir on the 31st of August 1995 because exactly two years later she died, and I do draw a line between the two events.”Your guide to what to watch next - no spoilers, we promiseEmail address is invalidThank you for subscribing!Sorry, there was a problem with your subscription.The Earl continues that after he introduced Martin Bashir to his sister it became “quite clear that everyone was going to be made untrustworthy”.He added: “I think that Diana did lose trust in really key people. In the end, when she died two years later, she was without any form of real protection.
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.In the note she tells her brother, “Darling Carlos, I so appreciated the contents of our telephone call this morning, it all makes complete sense to what is going on around me at this present time. “They” underestimate the Spencer strength! Lots of love from Duch x”. Read More Princess Diana Panorama scandal: Martin Bashir leads BBC names slammed in Dyson report The programmer said it has seen a confidential internal BBC management document written by then outgoing head of TV Current Affairs Tim Gardam, which revealed that Bashir had misled his bosses, denying that he’d shown the fakes to anyone, before admitting that he had, in fact, shown them to Spencer in order to “foster” their relationship.In a statement to the BBC’s governors, news director and later Director-General Tony Hall acknowledged that Bashir regarded Spencer as “the best route” to “get to the Princess of Wales”.Bashir told the BBC: “At the time I was approached for comment, Lord Dyson’s report had not yet been published and I was restricted from responding due to confidentiality obligations that I owe to the BBC and to Lord Dyson, which I take seriously.”“As a result I have been unable to provide a detailed response to the allegations except to say that I consider there to be cogent evidence that casts doubt on or even disproves many of the allegations, and I will provide further information when I am able to do so.”
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