The soldier who claimed elements of the British government were behind the murder of Princess Diana has vanished before talking with Scotland Yard investigators, according to a report by Radar News. Soldier N, the ex-sniper who has claimed a special forces team blinded the car's driver with a laser thus causing her fatal "accident" has reportedly fled the United Kingdom, possibly in fear for his life.
Dodi Fayed, who was also killed in the Mercedes in Aug. 1977, reportedly was targeted because his son with Princess Diana would be an heir to the throne.....and a Muslim. The alleged motive was the people in the government who ordered the princess's execution along with her unborn child was that they did not want a Muslim as a future king of England.
The former SAS sergeant fled to the United Arab Emirates, according to a report by the London Daily Mirror newspaper recently. Sources close to the most famous witness involved in an English investigation today said the witness was feeling incredible pressure after the story about his information broke recently.
Dodi's father Mohamed believed the claims made by the soldier, according to the Daily Star newspaper. Mohamed Fayed, former owner of London's famous Harrod's Department Store, has frequently expressed his opinion over the years his son and Princess Di were murdered by the British government.
The official report from the original investigation was that paparazzi riding motorcycles probably distracted the driver of the death car causing him to crash into a pillar in a Paris tunnel. However, Soldier N's story raises the specter that the men on motorcyclists were SAS members rather than paparazzi.
Mohammed Fayed was reportedly depressed by word of the crucial witness's disappearance, saying the latest events led him to believe the soldier would have been a credible witness.
If Soldier N cannot be found and made available to investigators it would be a crushing blow to this most recent investigation into the tragic death of Princess Diana.
This version of her death became public during the court martial hearing of SAS soldier Danny Nightingale in a London court. The wife and mother-in-law of Soldier N originally went to law enforcement authorities with this story.
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