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Princess Diana assassination: SAS soldier 'N' letter - MI6's means, motive & opportunity  (VIDEO)

Sources close to Dodi's father Mohamed Al Fayed say a full-scale investigation is needed into the allegations to remove any suspicion of an establishment cover-up.
Detectives are examining a letter describing how an SAS sniper boasted to his wife that the famous Army unit "arranged Princess Diana's death".

The claim was made in September 2011 but the letter was handed to Scotland Yard only in the past few weeks. Diana, 36, Dodi, 42, and their chauffeur Henri Paul, 41, were killed when their Mercedes crashed in the Pont de l'Alma underpass in Paris on August 31, 1997.

Mr Al Fayed, former owner of Harrods, has always maintained that the couple were murdered on the orders of the British establishment which launched a massive cover-up to hide the truth. Yesterday the tycoon was saying nothing as he and his family waited to hear the Yard's opinion of the letter's contents.

A spokesman said Mr Al Fayed will be "interested in seeing the outcome", adding that he trusts the Metropolitan Police will investigate the information "with vigour".

The SAS man at the centre of the allegations is Soldier N -- a principal prosecution witness at the trial of fellow sniper Sergeant Danny Nightingale.

The men shared a house in Hereford -- headquarters of the SAS -- which was raided by West Mercia Police following the break-up of Soldier N's marriage.

Soldier N was later jailed for two years after admitting keeping a hand grenade, stun grenades, a Glock pistol and hundreds of rounds of ammunition at the house.
It was the parents of Soldier N's wife who wrote the letter containing the allegation about the SAS and the deaths of Diana and Dodi.

The hand-written document, addressed to the commanding officer of the special forces unit, emerged at the re-trial of Sgt Nightingale last month.

All references to the SAS were blacked out. It said: "He also told her that it was the XXX who arranged Princess Diana's death and that has been covered up."

Scotland Yard says the information is being "assessed" but stressed the case has not been reopened.

The wreckage of the car in the Paris tunnel where Diana died
We believe there was a plot to kill the Princess. We know in our hearts that our son was murdered

A spokesman said: "The Metropolitan Police Service is scoping information that has recently been received in relation to the deaths and assessing its relevance and credibility.

"The assessment will be carried out by officers from the Specialist Crime and Operations Command."

The Yard carried out a £4million probe into the deaths of Diana, Dodi and Henri Paul codenamed Operation Paget.
Officers concluded it was a tragic accident caused by the negligent driving of Mr Paul as he tried to evade photographers who chased the car as it left the Ritz in Paris.
Diana's bodyguard Trevor Rees-Jones survived the crash.
However, an inquest jury in 2008 returned a verdict of unlawful killing due to the negligent driving of Mr Paul and the photographers. Last night the family of Mr Paul welcomed the development.

His mother Gisele, 83, said: "We believe there was a plot to kill the Princess. We know in our hearts that our son was murdered and we still live in hope that one day the truth will be known."

Shortly before she died, Diana wrote a chilling letter to her former butler Paul Burrell saying she had entered "the most dangerous phase" of her life.

She spoke of a plot to tamper with the brakes of her car to cause a crash and "serious head injury".

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