When Princess Diana died in a Paris car crash in 1997, it was widely reported that the Mercedes, which she was riding in, was trying to outrun several paparazzi photographers on motorcycles.
After her death, seven of the photographers were arrested by Paris police, charged with manslaughter, but later released, reported the Daily Mail.
Now, author John Morgan is claiming that a squad of UK Special Air Soldiers (SAS) were disguised as press photographers and followed Diana's car that fateful evening.
Morgan claims the SAS agents were the first to arrive at the car accident scene inside a Paris tunnel to make sure that she died.
He says his claims will be verified by an ex-SAS sniper ,"Soldier N," who is going to be interviewed by Scotland Yard in their new probe of Diana's death.
Soldier N claims he was part of a SAS assassination squad was driving ahead of Diana's driver Henri Paul and flashing a blinding light into his eyes.
According to Morgan, the SAS agents rode "heavy duty” bikes instead of scooters used by the paparazzi.
“There was a group of motorcyclists. They were seen by quite a few witnesses between the Place de la Concorde and the Alma tunnel where the crash happened. Those motorcyclists were riding heavy machines, big motorbikes," Morgan told the Daily Star.
“It’s been shown that those motorcyclists were not paparazzi because the paparazzi were all accounted for and were way behind because they were on scooters. It’s been shown that those motorcyclists were not paparazzi because the paparazzi were all accounted for and were way behind because they were on scooters. So the question is, who was on those motorbikes? It is a quite possible that MI6 employed SAS personnel to ride on those motorbikes.”