- Michael Mansfield made the comments in US documentary soon to be broadcast
- He said more attention should be paid to note written by Diana predicting death
- TLC on Saturday will also feature ficionalised scene of Harry and William crying
The QC who represented Mohammed Al Fayed during the inquest into Princess Diana’s death has called for a fresh investigation.
Michael Mansfield – who has also represented the Bloody Sunday and Stephen Lawrence families – made the comments in a US documentary soon to be broadcast.
He believes there is good reason to suspect her death was not accidental and finds it baffling that police did not react more strongly to a note written by Diana in which she claimed Prince Charles was plotting her death in a car crash.
Michael Mansfield (pictured) – who has also represented the Bloody Sunday and Stephen Lawrence families – made the comments in a US documentary soon to be broadcast
The QC believes there should be another investigation into Diana’s death
In the programme, Mansfield – as reported in The Sun – says: ‘If you find a body at the bottom of the cliffs in Dover and the person has left a note saying, “I’m going to end up at the bottom of the cliffs, dead” and, in the note, she’d indicated who she thought would be responsible for her death, I think the first port of call is to say, ‘Hmm, well there may be something in this’.’
The TV show – TLC on Saturday – contains a fictionalised portrayal of Prince William and Prince Harry weeping.
It also discusses theories that Diana was killed because she was carrying Dodi Al Fayed’s child.
It is the twentieth anniversary of Diana’s death on August 31.
The TV show – TLC on Saturday – also contains a fictionalised portrayal of Prince William and Prince Harry weeping