Just days before the verdict at the Diana Inquest, the editor of News Alliance spoke to Katherine Bancroft of the BBC regarding his banning from the quasi-inquest. The plan was for the BBC to interview Simon for a documentary to be screened on the night the verdict was delivered but his interview at the Sloane Club in London was cancelled after much wrangling. Katherine Bancroft's employment with the BBC was terminated immediately after the inquest concluded and Miss Bancroft has not been heard of since. Simon has asked the BBC to explain what happened but has received no constructive response.
In: Citizen Journalism
Tags: Princess Diana, Inquest, BBC, Mohamed Al Fayed, MI5, MI6, Richard Tomlinson, Annie Machon, Kensington Palace, Harrods, London, Paris, Murder, Henri Paul, Dodi Fayed, Assassination, Combat Strobe Light, Michael Mansfield QC, Queen Elizabeth II
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