Wednesday 18 December 2013

‘Following a four-month review, the Yard has today said there is “no credible or relevant evidence” that the elite soldiers were involved.

But that has been branded as a “whitewash” by al Fayed’s legal team, who say the grieving father is convinced that one day he will be proved right.

Scotland Yard launched a probe after it was revealed that an SAS sniper boasted how Diana and Dodi’s chauffeur was blinded by a fierce flash of light shortly before they were killed in the Paris car crash in August 1997.

The claims were made in a letter written by the mother-in-law of the SAS sergeant – known only as Soldier N – to police and Army chiefs in 2011.’

Read more: Mohamed al Fayed brands latest police probe into Diana’s death a ‘whitewash’