The wreckage of the car crash that killed Princess Diana, Dodi al Fayed and their chauffeur Sunday, Aug. 31, 1997 in Paris. (AP)
The closing stages of an inquest into the death of Britain's Princess Diana began Monday in London.
The coroner leading the inquest said Diana's death was not due to any British government or Royal murder conspiracy.
Lord Justice Scott Baker told jurors they have the option of deciding if Diana and companion Dodi Fayed died as the result of an accident or by unlawful killing because of gross negligence of the paparazzi following their car or by driver Henri Paul.