A new bombshell story from the British publication “The Observer” is due to be released.
The soon-to-be-released story says that US intelligence was spying on Princess Di just hours before she died, according to NBC News.
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Naturally, the United States denies the story, claiming that they did not bug Princess Diana’s phone.
To be honest, many Americans find it difficult to believe anything that comes from US intelligence at this moment.
The revelation raises questions about why US intelligence would “allegedly” be spying on Princess Di just HOURS before her death.
As you can expect, Princess Di’s death has sparked a flurry of conspiracy theories, and this will just add fuel to the fire.
A British publication alleged Monday that the Central Intelligence Agency was listening in on Princess Diana’s phone talks on the night she died, according to NBC News. However, current and former US officials informed NBC News that the late Princess of Wales was never targeted by intelligence agents.
The CIA was listening in on the princess in the hours before she died in a car collision in Paris, according to the Observer newspaper, citing the conclusions of a British probe into Diana’s death, which will be disclosed later this week.
While being trailed by media photographers, the 36-year-old princess, her friend Dodi Fayed, 42, and driver Henri Paul perished when their Mercedes crashed within the Pont d’Alma tunnel on Aug. 31, 1997. Paul had three times the French legal limit of alcohol in his blood, according to the British Broadcasting Corporation.
According to the Observer, the CIA did not obtain approval from British intelligence to tap Diana’s phone.
This news follows another report from Tucker Carlson, in which he says that the National Security Agency (NSA) has been spying on him.
That claim is likewise denied by US intelligence.
Is this where we are in our country right now? Our own government entities, which we, the taxpayers, finance, are working against us?
Doesn’t it sound incredibly “China-like”?