Detectives launched the probe after “Soldier N” alleged his old regiment was ordered to kill the royal

Scotland Yard have closed their investigation into an ex-SAS sniper’s claim that British special forces killed Princess Diana.
He told his wife that an SAS squad flashed a blinding light at Diana’s driver and caused the crash that killed her in Paris in 1997 – a ­technique developed to ­combat terrorists.
Soldier N’s claims were sent to Scotland Yard in July after the court-martial of SAS sniper Danny Nightingale.
Both men had been arrested in 2011 when police found illegal guns and ammo in the house they shared.

A Metropolitan Police spokesman said: “We are in the process of drawing up our conclusions and will inform the people involved shortly. Effectively, the ­investigation is closed.”

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