British Police Examining New Information on Princess Diana’s Death

Nearly 16 years to the date after the tragic deaths of Princess Diana and Dodi Fayed, British police are looking at newly received information related to the tragedy.

This is not a re-investigation,” London’s Metropolitan Police Services stressed in a statement released Saturday. [via CNN]

No further details were provided by Scotland Yard.

The new information will be assessed by officers from the Specialist Crime and Operations Command.

Following an inquest, a British jury ruled in 2008 that the deaths of Diana and her boyfriend resulted from “grossly negligent driving of the following vehicles and of the Mercedes.”

Diana was 36 years old when she was killed in the car accident in Paris on Aug. 31, 1997.



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  • George Vreeland Hill
    George Vreeland Hill

    This "new" report is nonsense. Diana was not murdered. She died in a car crash and not by a sniper. This sort of conspiracy garbage gets more laughable all the time. Let the woman rest in peace. George Vreeland Hill

  • Pamela Valemont
    Pamela Valemont

    Evidently, Danny Nightingale (ex-SAS) and another soldier shared digs. They both were arrested for having in their possession weaponry. It may have been to safeguard themselves from harm because they knew too much. However, the reason the weaponry was discovered was because Nightingale's roommate was threatening his ex-wife, whom he had told that the SAS was responsible for the death of Diana and Dodi. The ex-parents-in-law of this man were so afraid for their daughter's life they reported their former son-in-law's admission about the SAS involvement in a conspiracy to murder Diana. What hope they said, have we of saving our daughter? If he could possibly be involved in murdering her, how would our daughter fare? The house was searched, the weapons discovered, and the men charged as a result. He may have been shooting his mouth off, but I think not. This new allegation accords with my findings released in my book: The Bible Code, Princess Diana and Dodi Fayed Available on Lulu, Amazon