How rogue SAS might have murdered Princess Diana!
London: A former Special Forces operative has revealed how rogue SAS elements might have murdered the Princess of Wales.
As Scotland Yard detectives and members of the Army`s Special Investigations Branch examine claims that a member of the SAS was involved in the deaths of Diana and Dodi Fayed, retired soldier Bob Stirling outlined how a textbook assassination would have been staged, the Daily Express reported.
Using specially trained handlers, covert reconnaissance and a laser light to force Diana`s chauffeur-driven limousine off the road, the rogue death squad could not only have successfully completed their deadly mission, but made it look like a road accident.
Bob, 55, trained with the Special Air Service before being deployed in operations with another Special Forces unit.
He said that if a rogue SAS element did take part in the operation to kill Diana, he would have had a wide range of techniques and skills.
These techniques are taught for good reason, he said.
He added that the work these Special Forces do is vital in safeguarding the nation`s interests and saving innocent lives, and they are extremely effective.
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