French police are to reopen an investigation into the death of British
royal DIANA, PRINCESS OF WALES - after the publication of a letter in which the
Princess wrote of a alleged plot to kill her.
Diana's former butler Paul Burrell published the handwritten note in his
book A ROYAL DUTY, which chronicles his relationship with the tragic royal who
was killed in 1997.
According to reports in the British tabloids, the letter allegedly tells
of a the Princess' fears for her own safety, and speaks of a plot to kill her
in a car crash so estranged husband Prince Charles could remarry.
While many close to Diana insist the new evidence merely demonstrates how
paranoid she had become towards the end of her life, others believe Diana's
prediction is chilling evidence that there is more to her death than meets the
The Princess was killed in August 1997 after a car carrying her and lover
DODI AL FAYED crashed in a tunnel in Paris, France - killing all but one of the
The British Foreign Office released a statement on behalf of secret
service M16 which read, "There is not a shred of truth in allegations the
accident was a conspiracy."