Prince William claims BBC contributed to Diana’s paranoia and suffering
PRINCE William explained how he believed Martin Bashir’s interview in 1995 contributed to Princess Diana’s paranoia.
Prince William explained how he believed Martin Bashir’s interview in 1995 contributed to Princess Diana’s paranoia, saying her mother, who died two years after the interview aired, was in “fear of fear.” , paranoia and isolation ”.
Martin Bashir defrauded Princess Diana in their infamous 1995 Panorama interview with fake bank statements and the BBC covered it up, the Dyson report discovered.
Following an independent report on the BBC’s ‘scoop of the century’ practices, Prince William said in a recorded statement that the failures “not only let down my mother and family; they also let the audience down.
“I am of the opinion that the deceptive manner in which the interview was obtained significantly influenced what my mother said,” he continued.
“The interview went a long way in worsening my parents’ relationship and has since hurt countless others.
“It brings an indescribable sadness to know that the failures of the BBC have contributed significantly to her fear, paranoia and isolation that I remember the last few years with her.
William added that while the BBC had properly investigated the complaints who were first raised in 1995, her mother “would have known she had been cheated”.
“She was failed not only by a rogue journalist, but by BBC executives who looked away rather than asking the tough questions.”
He continued, “These failings, identified by investigative journalists, did not just let down my mother and my family; they also let the audience down.
William claimed that his lies had “significantly influenced” Diana and called for the deletion of the investigative show.
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