Saturday, August 17, 2013

CLAIM: Princess Diana Murdered By Member(s) of British Military

UK's MailOnline reports:
New information which has been passed to the police relating to the deaths of Princess Diana and Dodi Fayed is thought to include an allegation that they were murdered by a member of the British military, it emerged tonight. 
Scotland Yard said it is 'scoping' the information and 'assessing its relevance and credibility'.
It is understood the allegation was made by the former parents-in-law of a former soldier based on information that the ex-soldier talked about in the past, according to a military source.
It is believed the information was passed to the Metropolitan Police through the Royal Military Police. 
A statement issued by Scotland Yard said: 'The Metropolitan Police Service is scoping information that has recently been received in relation to the deaths and assessing its relevance and credibility.


  1. George Vreeland HillAugust 17, 2013 at 11:10 PM

    Diana was not murdered by any member of the British military.
    This report is utter nonsense and there is not one shred of evidence to back it up.
    Diana and the others were killed as a result of speed, a drunk driver and a paparazzi chase.
    Reports like this unless backed up with proof should be against the law.

    George Vreeland Hill

    1. You got to admit though, the death of the 'Peoples Princess' was very convenient.

    2. So you have vetted the report and determined that the evidence is lacking? Or are you saying no evidence exists only because you don't want to believe it?

    3. The whole 'Peoples Princess' thing was a PR line by Tony Blair. Nothing more.

      Have you vetted the report to determine that its factual or are you believing it because you hope it to be true?

    4. If you are responding to my comment, no where did I say I believe it. Or did I?

    5. Is there a possibility that the people who died in the car crash include an unborn child?
      Is there a report from the ambulance crew that night of a pregnancy?
      Or from the hospital?
      Or was the body embalmed?

      By Law there would need to be a form of autopsy; embalming is illegal after a car crash if there has been no previous investigation into the cause of the crash.

      Do ambulances usually stop 10 minutes in front of hospital gates after already taking one and a half hours to cover three and a half miles?

      It has also been established that no-one was needed to cut the passengers out of the back seats. Photos taken at the scene just after the crash have revealed the car's back door was open.
      A doctor who got there first, before the ambulance, administered first aid.

  2. Are you suggesting the people who wrote the NIST report on WT7 should be prosecuted?

  3. There is a very small minority of high-ranking officers and former officers of the Security who are now trying to rubbish off the Police investigation into murder (currently at an assessment stage).

    And yet, one asks, what are they trying to cover up?
    If they are not attempting to cover anything up, then why are they making rubbishing-off statements, which actually appear to be an attempt to influence the Police into not taking seriously a murder allegation.

    The vast majority of people in Britain appear to be closely following the events and want to know what this is all about.
    Members of the SAS illegally possessing weapons and ammunition, then an attempt to create "public sympathy" so the court case is dismissed and the fact ignored.

    But the case with the SAS member illegally possessing a weapon and ammunition went ahead after all, with a conviction, and now it transpires that there were two of them doing it! One of these also made statements claiming to know about a murder and a cover-up.

    This cannot be written off.
    Furthermore, the SAS are recruited following strict - very strict - criteria.
    Such people don't just break down and make erratic statements.