Bone-Chilling: Hours Before Princess Diana Died, The CIA Was Listening in On Her Calls

So China-like!

According to a report set to be released from a British newspaper called “The Observer”, hours before her death, the CIA was reportedly listening in on Princess Di’s calls…

NBC News reports that the soon-to-be dropped piece will prove that US intelligence was spying on Princess Di just hours before she died.

The US denies the entire story, of course, and claims that did not bug Princess Diana’s phone.

However, not many Americans will believe anything that comes from US intel right now!

The report asks why US intel would “reportedly” be spying on Princess Di, especially just HOURS before her death.

Regarding the fact that Princess Di’s death is a conspiracy theory hotbed all these years, something like this will only make it worse.

According to NBC News, A British Newspaper reported that the Central Intelligence Agency was bugging the telephone conversations of Britain’s Princess Diana on the night she died.

Yet, current and former U.S. officials told NBC News that intelligence agencies never targeted the late Princess of Wales.

The Observer newspaper, citing the findings of a British inquiry into Diana’s death to be released later this week, claims that the CIA was listening in on the 36-year-old princess in the hours before she died in a car crash in Paris.

The princess, her friend Dodi Fayed, 42, and driver Henri Paul, all died when their Mercedes crashed inside the Pont d’Alma tunnel on Aug. 31, 1997, while being followed by media photographers.

Over the weekend, the British Broadcasting Corp. reported that Paul had three times the French legal limit of alcohol in his blood.

According to The Observer, the CIA did not have British intelligence’s permission to tap Diana’s phone.

This news follows another report from Tucker Carlson, where he claims that the NSA has been spying on him.

US intel denies that allegation as well.

This is just outrageous- are our own agencies, fund by us- taxpayers, being turned against us?



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