That most trustworthy of institutions -the Met Police- have announced they are closing their investigation into allegations that Princess Diana was killed by the SAS.
Quite how they’ve managed to wrap the case up in a matter of weeks is a complete and utter mystery.
Anyone would think they were pressurised to do so by Royalty, Mossad and the British Intelligence Services.
According to the Mail:
” The investigation into claims that Princess Diana was murdered by an SAS hit squad has been closed.
Scotland Yard conducted the probe over an allegation made by an anonymous soldier that emerged at a trial of SAS man Danny Nightingale for illegal possession of a gun.
Relatives of ‘Soldier N’ said that he had claimed the car crash in Paris in 1997 in which Princess Diana was killed was caused by SAS assassins.
He believed that special forces agents had shone a light into the eyes of Diana’s driver Henri Paul – leading to him losing control of the car and hitting a pillar in a tunnel in Paris.
The soldier’s claims led to the inquiry into the Princess’s death being reopened.
However, the Metropolitan Police is now in the process of ‘concluding’ the investigation.
A police spokesman said: ‘We are in the process of drawing up conclusions, which will be communicated to the families and interested parties before any further comment can be made.’ ”
Poor old Scotland Yard.
They can’t even use the bathroom without asking for permission from the powers-that-be, never mind conduct a thorough enquiry into legitimate claims of murder.
Bet they feel the warm glow of job satisfaction each and every day.