Princess Diana ‘killed by bright light shone by SAS into car she was in’
September 15, 2013
A FORMER SAS soldier confessed to his wife that Princess Diana was assassinated and that a bright light was shone into the Paris car she was being driven in.
The soldier, known only as Soldier N, made the admission after taking Prince William on an SAS advanced driving course in 2008.
Soldier N swore his wife to secrecy but she told her mother the extraordinary story.
“If it was not for Prince William being given driving lessons by the SAS, these allegations might never have emerged,” a source told the Sunday Mirror. “He went on to tell me that it had to be done in a tunnel, that people had been monitoring them [Diana and Dodi Fayed]… a light was shone in the driver’s eyes.”
“He also said that it very nearly didn’t happen. When I asked how anyone could do something like that he said, ‘It’s an order, a job’s a job’. He said that it had to happen in the tunnel to guarantee death. He said that it looked bad so they left,” the wife said.
Diana Crash CCTV Operator: Footage ‘Rounded Up & Destroyed’
September 15, 2013
A Sunday Express investigation has revealed that film footage of Diana’s last hours was “kept secret”. An exhaustive inquiry in the French capital has confirmed the existence of CCTV records of the night Diana died in August 1997.
A key traffic camera overlooking the scene of the crash in the Alma Tunnel was said to be switched off or malfunctioning.
However, one operator contacted 16 years on said: “Images would have been available if people wanted them to be. The truth is that every excuse possible was made to make sure that live film could be kept secret.
“This suited lots of powerful people, especially those who wanted to dismiss the crash as a simple traffic accident.”
The operator, who asked not to be identified because he “fears for my safety”, said he was convinced that all available film was “rounded up and hidden or destroyed”.
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