16 years after Diana died, new evidence?

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Diana, the mother of Prince William, passed away from car crash injuries at 12.20 a.m. on Sunday, Aug. 31, 1997.

Sixteen years later, British police are investigating a claim that the SAS, a special forces unit of the UK military, may have been involved in the tragic accident, despite more than one official probe concluding that Diana’s drunken driver and pursuing paparazzi were to blame for the crash in a Paris tunnel.

But Sue Reid, special investigations editor at the Daily Mail, thinks the new claim might not be as crazy as we think. (And I do think it’s crazy, but I couldn’t resist the graphic explaining Reid’s theory.Continue reading

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