Soldier N has been mentioned before in the context of the conspiracy theories involving Lady Diana’s death. For those who don’t know he’s the sniper who many believe knows about who assassinated Princess Diana on the day of that tragic “accident” in which she, her driver Henri Paul and boyfriend Dodi Fayed died.
There are some things that people never want to see when going about their daily activities and one of them is an SAS sniper lying on a bridge trying to get that perfect shot, especially when it’s in a public area and that’s what we see with these new found photos.
There’s a photograph of what I described, an SAS sniper lying on a bridge and it looks like he’s trying to make that perfect shot. What makes this more interesting is that this photograph and many more were found on Soldier N’s computer, to be more precise inestigators found about 90 images of alleged Special Forces up to some very questionable activities. That these were found on Soldier N’s computer, the very man who mentioned to his wife that members of the SAS were behind the death of Princess Diana, is eerie.
Soldier N currently is facing a Ministry of Defence Investigation due to the fact that he’s said to acquire illegally stored secrets of the SAS, such as tactical documents, videos of operations in Afghanistan and emails to his wife that gave away locations of SAS and Special Boat Service units, times and dates of operation and the tactics that were used in the mean-time while they killed and captured insurgents.
Though it seems that the image of the sniper on the bridge isn’t what it appears to be – apparently that’s a picture in 2009 of the SAS sniper on the bridge, though it’s understandable why people might have thought it was connected to the murder of Princess Diana.
It seems that the many pictures of SAS soldiers that were found are said to be soldiers who were under-going counter-terrorism training and have nothing to do with the murder of Princess Diana in 1997, though the case is still under investigation and there’s bound to be more information surfacing at some point later on.