EXCLUSIVE: How David Cameron knew of Princess Diana ‘murder plot’

DAVID CAMERON and the head of the Army knew the SAS were allegedly responsible for the murder of Princess Diana – but failed to tell police.

Jennifer adds –   Hmmm. I believe all the SAS stuff to be a divisive red herring.
I’ve only the Keith Allen (Jewish) film, ‘Unlawful Killing’ to go on, and that was enough to set off my critically honed alarms, but I do not believe the contributors ( Monckton, Booth, Morgan, Al Fayed). They were and still are connected to the Establishment.
I cannot find that scene where Mohammed Al Fayed burns the Royal Warrants at all convincing. As if he would wait until the presence of a third rate actor with a camera until he would perform such a personal, private, deeply felt ritual for his dead son. I really don’t think so.
And can you even imagine that someone who would accuse the Duke of Edinburgh of being a murderer, would still be welcome in royal circles? Yet, apparently he is. Is this really likely? NO!
Something really stinks here. Do not be duped.

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00:00, Sat, Sep 14, 2013
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The Prime Minister and General Sir Peter Wall were sent copies of a letter claiming members of the elite regiment killed the princess.

They and Defence Secretary Philip Hammond, who also received the letter, now face being questioned by Scotland Yard over why they did not act and remained silent.

Number 10 and the Ministry of Defence were informed of the alleged crime in February by the wife of a former SAS soldier, the Daily Express can reveal. Scotland Yard is now investigating the murder claims but detectives only learned of the allegations following a complaint by Mohammed Al Fayed, whose son Dodi died alongside Diana.

The wife of the SAS veteran, who can only be identified as Soldier N, wrote to General Wall amid fears that her life was in danger from her husband.

She sent copies to Mr Cameron and Mr Hammond. Also enclosed were copies of a letter sent by her mother to the ­ SAS’s commanding officer in September 2011 which contained the original allegation linking the SAS to the death of Diana.

A key passage in the wife’s letter says her husband threatened to make her “disappear” by tampering with her car.

It is a chilling echo of a note written by Diana’s lawyer Lord Mishcon during a conversation with her in which she predicted her death.

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Cameron was told of allegations in February [GETTY]

 

The document records the line: “Efforts would be made if not to get rid of her (be it by some accident in her car, such as a pre-prepared brake failure or whatever)…at least to see that she was so injured or damaged as to be declared unbalanced.”

The note was handed to Met police after the 1997 crash but nothing was done about it.

In the letter from Soldier N’s wife, she writes: “I have been physically, verbally, psychologically and financially abused by my husband, one of your specialist and highly trained soldiers.

“I have endured his controlling and manipulative behaviour to be broken down and ridiculed by him to the point where I felt I could no longer live with the torment.

“As a cry for help I informed the Regiment of his abusive and threatening behaviour in November 2010.

“They were quite dismissive and nothing was done to stop him. This forced my mother, in despair, to write to the Commanding Officer of the SAS in September 2011 copied to Dyfed Powys Police (see attached letter).”

On March 1, a Downing Street official acknowledges receipt of the letter and adds: “I am writing on behalf of the Prime Minister to thank you for the copy of your letter and enclosure of 11 February addressed to the Chief of the General Staff.

“I was sorry to hear of the difficulties you are experiencing. Mr Cameron appreciates you taking the time and trouble to share your concerns.”

General Wall responds to the letter on March 4 and is clearly concerned by the nature of the allegations but crucially, like the Prime Minister, he does not mention any reference to Diana and the murder allegations. He writes: “I was very concerned to read your allegations against your estranged husband and your fears for your safety, and have been in touch with his regiment to see what measures can be taken to address this situation.”

The note concludes by adding that he is copying the letter to “the Director of Special Forces and the Commanding Officer of the Special Air Service Regiment”.

Diana, Dodi and driver Henri Paul died when their car smashed into a pillar in the Pont de L’Alma underpass in Paris in August 1997.

Soldier N allegedly told his wife that the crash was caused after an SAS hit team flashed a blinding light at Paul. The claim appears to support testimony from an ex MI6 spy at the inquest into Diana and Dodi’s death who said he was aware of a colleague’s proposal to kill Serbian leader ­Slobodan Milosevic by using a strobe light in a tunnel to distract his driver.

He revealed the existence of a shadowy unit within the SAS known as The Increment for the purposes of carrying out lethal operations on behalf of MI6. The original allegations that the SAS was involved in the deaths were passed to the Yard in July following the complaint by former Harrods owner Al Fayed.

The claims were in a seven-page letter written by Soldier N’s mother-in-law in September 2011 when the marriage had disintegrated.

Detective Chief Inspector Philip Easton and a Yard colleague travelled to a secret location to interview both women two weeks ago. The letter containing the original allegations was handed to the Yard follow­­ing the court martial of SAS sniper Danny Nightingale in July.

Soldier N and Sgt Nightingale were arrested in 2011 after police found firearms and ammunition illegally held. Soldier N admitted the offences and was sentenced to two years at a military corrective training centre. Nightingale admitted the charges and got 18 months last year. Following a campaign, he was released and the conviction quashed. At a fresh trial in July Nightingale was found guilty and sentenced to two years suspended for 12 months. He was convicted largely on the sworn testimony of Soldier N.

Allegations that the SAS was involved in Diana’s death emerged soon afterwards. Police said the information was being analysed as part of a “scoping exercise” and no new investigation has been launched.

Source: http://www.express.co.uk/news/uk/429312/EXCLUSIVE-How-David-Cameron-knew-of-Princess-Diana-murder-plot

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12 Responses to “EXCLUSIVE: How David Cameron knew of Princess Diana ‘murder plot’”

  1. Jennifer says:

    Hmmm. I believe all the SAS stuff to be a divisive red herring.
    I’ve only the Keith Allen (Jewish) film, ‘Unlawful Killing’ to go on, and that was enough to set off my critically honed alarms, but I do not believe the contributors ( Monckton, Booth, Morgan, Al Fayed). They were and still are connected to the Establishment.
    I cannot find that scene where Mohammed Al Fayed burns the Royal Warrants at all convincing. As if he would wait until the presence of a third rate actor with a camera until he would perform such a personal, private, deeply felt ritual for his dead son. I really don’t think so.
    And can you even imagine that someone who would accuse the Duke of Edinburgh of being a murderer, would still be welcome in royal circles? Yet, apparently he is. Is this really likely? NO!
    Something really stinks here. Do not be duped.

  2. beLIEve says:

    There were allegations/eye witness reports at the time of the “murder” of the princess of Wales that ………

    (1) A “distracting” light was aimed at the car, whilst travelling in the tunnel.
    (2) A car, tailgating at a distance of about 2 inches, sped into the road that the British Embassy in Paris, is located in.
    The car was seen at a time commensurate with the time of the crash.
    The car was said to have driven into the Embassy compound.
    (3) An eyewitness, in the Paris Embassy on the night of the crash and, around the time of the crash, said Sir Robert Fellowes……husband of Diana’s sister and, private secretary to the “cween” was present in the Embassy.

    Robert Fellowes has, I believe, refuted this “allegation” and, if, I remember the story correctly has, produced a …travel ticket…as evidence of his presence elsewhere on the night of the crash !

  3. Aldous says:

    God she is/was beautiful. Prince Harry’s real father was a right lucky git to have bedded such a prize. Maj (Retd) Hewitt must know where some of the royal bodies are buried to have kept his head, wedding tackle and life itself.

    I think a part of all of us who care about such things died that day. What do we now have instead? Queen Camilla in waiting. Surely, the stuff Nightmares on Elm Street, I mean Buck House, 1 The Mall are made of?

    I also tend to think that the SAS stuff is a deliberate distraction and disinfo. Princess Di didn’t die in the tunnel for one thing but was cold bloodedly murdered in the ambulance as planned. Dying in such a car crash is a very hit and miss thing – more miss than hit when in the back seat with a seatbelt on.
    I understand that her injuries, though significant (deceleration trauma) and bordering serious after such a crash, were in no way life threatening.

    She was (almost certainly) carrying Muslim Dodi’s child and this virtually incontrovertible fact and inconvenient truth – for the House of Windsor and Rothschild Family Tree – had to be expunged from history as if it had never happened. Hence the bizarre embalming of the murdered princess after the PM (which is without precedent apparently) to eradicate any evidence of her ever having been pregnant at the time of her death. I wonder if they drank her young royal blood in some satanic ritual later on? My guess is yes.

  4. Aldous says:

    I should imagine that as far as the Palace is concerned, any cockamamie story (I’m not saying this article is such, far from it) that muddies the waters further and shifts attention once again away from the Royal Household’s alleged involvement in this tragic episode, has got to be a good thing for them.

    I think the general view that Diana was murdered and it was not an accident is as they say, a KNOWN KNOWN.

    “Reports that say that something hasn’t happened are always interesting to me, because as we know, there are known knowns; there are things we know we know. We also know there are known unknowns; that is to say we know there are some things we do not know. But there are also unknown unknowns – the ones we don’t know we don’t know. And if one looks throughout the history of our country and other free(sic) countries, it is the latter category that tend to be the difficult ones.”
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/There_are_known_knowns

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GiPe1OiKQuk (0:34)

    Rumsfeld rolling doobers,origami 1:01
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=67s3TlRd_VQ

  5. Tom74 says:

    I don’t believe the SAS would ever have stooped so low. The killers were surely foreign, which is why the crash was staged abroad. The Israelis had the means (they have assassinated people in staged crashes before) and the motive (a Muslim marrying into the royal family) to have carried out this monstrous crime.
    And, sure enough, their pals in the media are busily smearing the SAS like the faithful lapdogs to the Israeli state they are.

    • Aldous says:

      “I don’t believe the SAS would ever have stooped so low.”

      Tom, such an order to undertake and participate in near ‘regicide’ would fall under the British Army’s clear definition of Unlawful Command. It’s tantamount to ordering a soldier to kill the Queen, their Commander-in-Chief.

      From the Wiki: The broad definition of regicide (Latin regis “of king” + cida “killer” or cidium “killing”) is the deliberate killing of a monarch, or the person responsible for the killing of a person of royalty. In a narrower sense, in the British tradition, it refers to the judicial execution of a king after a trial. More broadly, it can also refer to the killing of an emperor or any other reigning sovereign.

      It’s inconceivable that Regular Forces – which is what the SAS are – would have been involved in either the assassination itself or the information loop. Also, the ridiculous notion that the Army/MOD/Government would get involved in what is basically a mental cruelty domestic dispute between SAS husband and his wife is quite frankly farcical.

      If we take a look at the sinister goings-on with Extraordinary Rendition and the illegal ‘spiriting’ of suspects/victims out of a country and its judicial extradition process, we may get close to knowing who the perpetrators were and the usual suspects have got to be near or at the top of the list. They wouldn’t have any allegiance to the reigning British Monarch or Princess Diana, the future Queen and ‘King Mother’ should she have outlived and survived the future King Charles.

      I’ve only known a couple of SAS guys briefly (who never spoke about their job) but I certainly couldn’t ever see them killing a member of the Royal Family. They’re top notch soldiers, not Manchurianistic assassins. That’s the stuff of Mossad who I’ve had the misfortune to be in the same room as, spotting them in an instant – it’s virtually stamped on their fore****s – foreheads. To be honest, a friend did give me a nod as to their sinister presence and scoped them before I did.

      Incidentally, one SAS training exercise I was told of – which could well be pure BS – was where a group of SAS wannabees were handcuffed to a disused railway line. No explanation was given and the DS (Directing Staff) then retired out of sight.

      A while later, a vibration simulating an approaching train was then initiated on the line to see how the soldiers reacted.

      Obviously none of them were best pleased at the thought of being turned into processed meat because the DS didn’t know the line was still in use (the rails had been kept shined for realism) and started to react accordingly.

      One or two went absolutely berserk and screamed for their wives or mummies but those who passed this particular test got as much of their bodies off the rails to limit the damage and hopefully ensure survival.

      That’s a true story – if it’s true.

  6. Aldous says:

    It suddenly struck me that a picture sure does paint a thousand words.

    Take the two pictures of this article; one of Princess Diana RIP and one of David Cameron RIP soon hopefully.

    Beautiful Princess Diana is dead but still exudes life whereas ugly David Cameron is alive but seemingly exudes death. It’s very strange.

  7. ian says:

    It’s all smoke and mirrors. The Royal family were the only beneficiaries from the death. Which if it was anyone else would be enough for arrest and grilling for a few days. It won’t happen though. As for the army not doing it, I think you could find enough sad weirdos in civvy street and I’ve no doubt there will be plenty in the Army to pick from, that would love to be involved in spook shit like that. Non of it matters though, as she’s dead, and nothing’s going to change that.

  8. Lynn says:

    Maybe the security services.. The SAS by the way work for her biggest enemy the Duck.

  9. Lynn says:

    The Royal family were the only people who needed a word from the press to show up. The silence from them was deafening. Guilty as hell and guaging public opinion. The outcry and turnout spooked them all.

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