3 Fined Symbolically for Role in Diana’s Death

From Times Wire Reports

A Paris appeals court fined three men a little more than a dollar each for invasion of privacy because they photographed Princess Diana and Dodi Fayed the night of their fatal 1997 crash, officials said.

The court fined each a symbolic 1 euro and ordered them to pay for announcements of their conviction in three newspapers or magazines.

Jacques Langevin, Christian Martinez and Fabrice Chassery were among those pursuing the car carrying Diana and Fayed across Paris before it slammed into the pillar of a traffic tunnel.