Recent inquiries found that Martin Bashir was untruthful with Princess Diana\u2019s brother, Charles, Earl Spencer, to secure his infamous interview with the late royal. Reportedly, the BBC also participated in the deception. These new reports led to the possibility of a criminal investigation into Bashir\u2019s interview. However, the Metropolitan Police (MPS) recently confirmed it would not yet go forward with such plans. It seemed to have reached a similar conclusion back in March, as a statement reads it \u201cdetermined it was not appropriate to begin a criminal investigation into allegations of unlawful activity in connection with a documentary broadcast in 1995.\u201d There will still be no criminal investigation against Martin Bashir interview with Diana Martin Bashir, subject of some debate after a 1995 interview with Princess Diana \/ Wikimedia Commons Lord Dyson, a British judge, composed a report on the nature of Diana\u2019s 1995 interview with Bashir. Based on that report, the MPS decided not to pursue a criminal investigation. \u201cFollowing the publication of Lord Dyson's report in May, specialist detectives assessed its contents and looked carefully at the law,\u201d the statement continued. RELATED: Princess Diana\u2019s Life From Fairytale Beginnings To Tragic Twists From this, the MPS was \u201conce again obtaining independent legal advice from Treasury Counsel as well as consulting the Crown Prosecution Service. As a result, the MPS has not identified evidence of activity that constituted a criminal offence and will therefore be taking no further action.\u201d Still looking into the past The interview set a precedent for tell-all discussions in the future \/ YouTube Initially, the MPS shared it did not intend on initiating criminal investigations into Bashir and the role of that 1995 interview in Diana\u2019s death. It did confirm, though, that it would look into Lord Dyson\u2019s report following its release. Though the threat of an investigation and potential responsibility in the harm that befell Diana might have been a possibility, Bashir asserted that despite the deception, the interview was on Diana\u2019s terms and no harm was intended. \u201cI never wanted to harm Diana in any way and I don\u2019t believe we did,\u201d he said. \u201cEverything we did in terms of the interview was as she wanted, from when she wanted to alert the palace, to when it was broadcast, to its contents ... My family and I loved her.\u201d Do you think these events played any role in her death?