Scotland Yard is investigating the allegation that Princess Diana was murdered by special forces who shone a bright light into the car in which she was riding, according to Radar News in a report today, Tuesday, Sept. 17.
A former SAS sniper told his wife that a "piercing light was shone directly at the car they were traveling in" and that was the cause of her death rather than an accident, according to the Sunday Express.
The light was shone directly into the driver's eyes which blinded him causing him to crash the car in a Paris tunnel, according to this recently revealed scenario. The original official finding was that she was killed in an accident when the Mercedes which she occupied was driven at speeds of up to more than 100 miles per hour.
Princess Diana was reportedly dating Dodi Fayed at the time following her separation from Prince Charles. Fayed's father Mohammed Al Fayed has claimed for years that the motive for the killing of his son and Lady Diana was the fear of British officials that a Muslim heir to the throne might result from her relationship with Fayed. Diana was reportedly pregnant with Fayed's baby and planning to leave England with her two sons Prince William and Prince Harry at the time of her tragic death. Mohammed Al Fayed was the owner of London's Harrod's store at the time.
Dodi Fayed, 41, driver Henri Paul 42 and Diana, 36 were all killed when the Mercedes crashed into a pillar in the tunnel. Their bodies were removed from the mangled metal of what was left of their automobile.
Her bodyguard Trevor Rees-Jones surivied the crash in 1997.
The information came out in a British court during the court martial of soldier Danny Nightingale.
Soldier N reportedly told his wife, "It's an order. A job's a job."
Soldier N's wife and her mother first reported the information to law enforcement in England.
According to Soldier N's version SAS soldiers on motorbikes drove alongside of the Mercedes and shone the blinding light in the driver's face. The official version blamed paparazzi for riding motorbikes near the automobile that night.
Soldier N reportedly was inspired to tell his wife about the SAS involvement in 2008 after he gave Prince William a lesson for an advanced driving course. His wife said it was a shame their mother wasn't still alive to see her sons grow up. It was then Soldier N passed on the murder theory to his wife.
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