British police see no criminal offenses in the making of the BBC’s famous television interview with Princess Diana in 1995. An independent investigation earlier this year revealed that the broadcaster had concealed that the conversation with Diana had been arranged by false information. to provide. The police then investigated the interview that journalist Martin Bashir (58) had with her.
The BBC is said to have shown Diana’s brother Charles Spencer at the time forged documents, which had to prove that members of her staff were paid to spy on her. Charles then convinced his sister to do the interview in which she talked about her marital problems with Prince Charles. Shortly after the broadcast, the two broke up.
The police were investigating how the broadcaster had received the interview with Diana. This has shown that the BBC has made ethical mistakes, the police informed British media on Wednesday. But it has also been established that “no evidence of criminal offenses has been found”.
London's police force on Wednesday said it would not launch a criminal investigation into a former BBC reporter's deception to secure a 1995 interview with Princess Dianahttps://t.co/bBOPVHa4ru— AFP News Agency (@AFP) September 15, 2021