Princess Diana’s Death Investigated as an Assassination – John Morgan Comments as Reliable Witness, Soldier N, Comes Forward

Princess Diana's Death Investigated as an Assassination - John Morgan Comments as Reliable Witness, Soldier N, Comes Forward

The ongoing debate on the true nature of Princess Diana‘s death never seems to end, but new evidence has popped up over the last few weeks that has caused the police to reconsider the case on Diana’s death.

The new allegations made by several new sources state that Diana’s death was not an accident, but an assassination. Not only that, but the assassination was supposedly carried out by ‘crack SAS soldiers carrying out orders from MI6′.  Brilliant author and researcher, John Morgan, (friend of CDL) who has led the difficult search for the truth into Diana’s suspicious death is at the forefront of this latest break in the case.

While some people have already tried to discredit the source [known only as Soldier N] by calling him a ‘loose cannon’, others [including the lead investigator for the case] have come forward and stated that he’s a credible witness and deserves to be heard.

Princess Diana's Death Investigated as an Assassination - John Morgan Comments as Reliable Witness, Soldier N, Comes Forward

There are also authors and experts who have written many articles and books on Diana and the royal family, and John Morgan has publicly stated, The allegation is that Soldier N told his wife the SAS were involved in the assassination of Princes Diana and it’s been covered up. Does he dream it up out of thin air? I don’t think so. It’s hard to believe he would be making this up. The other factor is that it does fit with overall picture of the evidence. There is substantial evidence that shows MI6 involvement in the assassination. The truth will eventually come out. It (just) won’t come out while The Queen is still alive. (Prince) William will want to know what occurred and he will be pushing to have a proper investigation.”

Considering that N’s letter was supposedly sent two years ago, it is odd that it’s only coming out in public right now. We’ll have to wait and see whether this fresh inquiry will have any effect on the verdict, and whether this investigation will actually bring up new leads.

Princess Diana's Death Investigated as an Assassination - John Morgan Comments as Reliable Witness, Soldier N, Comes Forward