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Unlawful Killing- Film On Princess Diana’s Tragic Death Gets Banned In Britain

People still remember the day when the tragic deaths of Princess Diana and Dodi Al Fayed in 1997 caused by the “gross negligence” of the driver and an inquest of the paparazzi stunned the world. The entire incident has been the subject of the most talked about film called Unlawful Killing.

In an exclusive clipping of the movie which has been obtained by, audience will get a closer look at the consequences of the 2007-2008 inquiring into the accident.

Keith Allen, director of this movie’s director, and also the father of pop star Lily, presents facts that the car crash in Paris was concluded to have been NOT an accident by the jury at the official inquiry in the Royal Courts of Justice, though that ruling was available to them.

In fact, the judgment by the jury of comprising eleven people after deliberating for more than a week at the inquiry was declared as “unlawful killing.” Unlawful killing signifies to manslaughter or homicide.

The movie has been financed by Mohamed Al Fayed, ho is the father of Dodi, as well as Diana’s boyfriend during that  time, also illustrates the controversial “death photos” of the Princess. This is one of the main reasons that the film was banned in Great Britain.


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