News reports are emerging from the UK stating that the police is currently assessing new information it has received regarding the deaths of Diana Princess of Wales and Dodi al Fayed, who were tragically killed in a car crash in 1997.
According to a BBC report, Scotland Yard is said to be “scoping” the new information whilst “assessing its relevance and credibility.”
The police force has made clear that ‘this is not a re-investigation’, nor does it wish to say anything further or re-open the case that was then known as ‘Operation Paget’, although a Daily Mail report is asking, “Was Princess Diana MURDERED by a British soldier?”
The police force is looking into allegations that have been made, suggesting that Princess Diana and Dodi al Fayed were murdered by a soldier from the British military. Dodi’s father, former Harrods boss, Mohamed al Fayed had always suspected foul play, but the jury at the inquest, which took 3 months and cost the Metropolitan Police £8 million ($12.5 million), had ruled that Diana and Dodi were unlawfully killed due to the reckless behaviour of the pursuing paparazzi and that of drunken chauffeur, Henri Paul, who had also been on anti-depressants at the time.
A royal spokesperson has also said that there would certainly be no comment from either the Princes William or Harry, or from Clarence House.
The late Princess Diana, Dodi Al Fayed and chauffeur Henri Paul were all killed following an horrific car crash in the Mercedes Paul drove into a Paris tunnel at the end of August 1997.
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Written by: Brucella Newman