posted on Dec, 12 2005 @ 02:52 AM
Senior British detective, Lord Stevens, has interviewed Prince Charles at his home today. The interview lasted several hours and was confirmed by
Prince Charles spokeswoman. Britain's Royal Coroner Michael Burgess sought the inquiry to lay to rest the conspiracy theories surrounding the death
of Charles ex-wife, Princess Diana. Diana had sent letters to her butler just months before her death claiming "This particular phase in my life is
the most dangerous. My husband is planning 'an accident' in my car, brake failure and serious head injury."
LONDON (Reuters) - A senior British detective has interviewed Britain's Prince Charles as part of an inquiry into the death of his former wife
Princess Diana, the Prince's office said on Sunday.
John Stevens, the former head of London's police force, questioned Charles as part of his probe into circumstances surrounding Diana's death in a
high-speed car crash in Paris in 1997.
"I am happy to confirm that the Prince of Wales met with Lord Stevens as part of his inquiry," a spokeswoman for Prince Charles told Reuters.
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Well this came out of left-field. I didnt expect Charlie to be interviewed about suspected foul play surrounding Diana's fatal car crash in
Im under no illusion that the inquiry will "find" anything that remotely implicates the Royal Family in any wrong doing. Afterall the inquiry was
asked for by the Royal Coroner.
[edit on 12/12/05 by subz]