UK Daily Mail 
June 1, 2010
Diana, Princess of Wales was killed because she planned to expose senior members of the British arms trade involved with land mines, a leading lawyer claimed today.
Michael Mansfield QC, who represented Mohamed al-Fayed in the inquest into the death of his son Dodi and the former royal, said Diana claimed she had an ‘exposure diary’ in which she was going to unmask the people most closely involved with the British manufacturing of land mines.
He told the Hay Festival in mid Wales: ‘I think everyone remembers she raised the profile of the land mines.
‘Everybody is aware that the British involvement in the arms trade, particularly land mines, is and was a huge vested interest.
‘It seems to me she had planned various visits. She had already been to Angola, she was going to Cambodia later in the year.