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yogi bear up the cagire

Life President⭐
May 8, 2008
St Gaudens France

Look, I don't know whether the SAS were involved in the death of Princess Diana, I certainly wouldn't discount the possibility. However what I do know with absolutely certainty, are the two blindingly obvious truths.
1) If they were involved they would have cleaned up after and left no evidence to trace back to them. Thus anyone of their number, who was later trying to implicate them, would have no evidence to back up their claim and could be marginalised as a publicity seeking crank.
2) If there was, by chance, evidence found to implicate the SAS, do you HONESTLY think it would EVER be made public..........NO WAY!.........just imagine the consequences that would follow. The risk that the trail could even lead back to the Royal Family
So a COMPLETE waste of time and resources. The death of Diana will remain one of the unsolved mysteries of the 20th Century and its secrets will probably remain hidden for eternity.