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File photo, Britain's Diana Princess of Wales rests following her ride on a jet-ski during a holiday at the residence of Mohamed Al Fayed - AP.
Two of Britain’s leading former police officers are to be interrogated over allegations that they withheld crucial evidence about the car crash which killed Princess Diana.
A French judge wants to ask ex-Yard chief Lord Condon and Sir David Veness why they failed to disclose the existence of a note in which she had predicted her assassination.
They could face international arrest warrants as suspects if they refuse to attend interviews in Paris, sources close to the investigation indicated last night.
“The French courts will not allow this matter to rest and it is understood that if Lord Condon and Sir David refuse to attend Paris for an interview then Judge Caddeo will not hesitate to issue international warrants of arrest,” the Daily Express quoted a source as saying.
The note, taken by Diana’s lawyer Lord Mishcon, was handed to the officers a few months after the 1997 Paris tunnel crash, which also claimed the lives of the princess’s boyfriend Dodi Fayed, son of tycoon Mohamed Al Fayed, and the pair’s chauffeur Henri Paul.
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