Diana's Sister Reveals Her Fears


Jan. 28 2008, Published 9:31 a.m. ET

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Princess Diana's sister Lady Sarah McCorquodale told the inquest investigating Princess Diana's death that the late princess feared her boyfriend's father was spying on her.

She feared that while vacationing with Dodi Fayed his father bugged their yacht. She said, ''She thought the boat was being bugged by Mr. Al Fayed senior."

The inquest is being held to see if the August 1997 deaths of Diana, Dodi and their driver Henri Paul were not accidental but instead part of a larger plot put in motion by intelligence agents and Prince Phillip, her ex-father in law.

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Currently the line of questioning is focused on whether or not Diana was being eavesdropped on and it was revealed that a box of letters to Phillip from Diana are missing. Her sister had no idea where the box was.


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