A new British investigation into the the August 31st, 1997 death of Princess Diana and Dodi Fayed reveals that the National Security Agency (NSA) was secretly bugging Diana's phone when their car crashed in a tunnel in Paris while they were being chased by photographers. The crash killed them both.
The report shows that the blood of their driver, Henri Paul, tested as being more than three times over the French limit for drunken driving. This indicates that the cause of the crash is probably due to Henri Paul's reckless driving, but it DOESN'T explain why the NSA was involved. It has been discovered that they were listening in on Diana's cell phone conversations, WITHOUT the approval of the British secret service. However, Jason Bennetto writes in the Independent that the CIA has told British intelligence that her "final conversations while staying at the Ritz hotel did not reveal anything that might explain her death."
The NSA denies that they ever listened in on Diana's calls.
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