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Post by sallypelt on 26.08.13 12:39

A FORMER Special Forces operative last night described how rogue SAS elements could have murdered the Princess of Wales.

As Scotland Yard detectives and members of the Army’s Special Investigations Branch examine claims that a member of the SAS was involved in the deaths of Diana and Dodi Fayed, retired soldier Bob Stirling outlined how a textbook assassination would have been staged.
Using specially trained handlers, covert reconnaissance and a laser light to force Diana’s chauffeur-driven limousine off the road, the rogue death squad could not only have successfully completed their deadly mission, but made it look like a road accident.
Bob, 55, trained with the Special Air Service before being deployed in operations with another Special Forces unit.
“If a rogue SAS element did take part in the operation to kill Diana, he would have had a wide range of techniques and skills,” he said.
These techniques are taught for good reason. The work these Special Forces do is vital to safeguarding the nation’s interests and saving innocent lives, and they are extremely effective."
In the Paris scenario, he went on, it was likely that several small teams of both ex-SAS soldiers and female operatives would be used.
We are taught that a target is at its most vulnerable when in transit,” Bob said. “In this instance it was known the target used a Mercedes to travel around Paris.
“The car was the weak spot in their security, and the driver, Henri Paul, was the weak spot in the car because driver error is difficult to disprove, whereas mechanical tampering may be discovered later.”

The operation would have begun with a period of surveillance. “It would not be difficult, as their field operators would be assumed to be paparazzi,” he said. “The car would be tagged with an electronic tracer and its movements monitored so that regularly used routes could be found and reconnoitred.”

He said that along these routes several places would be selected “where the car would be driving quickly into a bend or where leaving the road would meet a solid obstacle such as a concrete pillar”.

A separate team would have studied the driver’s habits. “People such as this are trained in a facility a little north of London from where they go out into the community and conduct exercises involving civilians without their knowledge,” he said.

“A usual test is to get the name, address and phone number of a random person in a bar, often a woman who is already with a man.

“They are taught all manner of psychological manipulation techniques and practise these on civilians. They could appear to be admirers and seduce their targets.

“During the preparation phase a method would be discovered by which someone, probably a female operator, could add extra alcohol to the driver’s usual drink.

If a rogue SAS element did take part in the operation to kill Diana, he would have had a wide range of techniques and skills
Bob, SAS agent
This might not be difficult as Mr Paul drank pastis, which is strong tasting already. On the day, the ordinarily reliable driver had an alcohol level of about twice the British drink-drive limit. The agents adding the alcohol might not be aware of the reason they had to do this.

They might be given a false story. Operations of this type are compartmentalised so each group of operators knows as little as possible of the whole plan. This way they are unable to leak more information than the bare minimum.”

Once the black Mercedes S280 began its final journey, on the morning of August 31, 1997, the last elements would be in place.

To ensure the car was travelling fast enough to be deadly, a “pressure car” could be used to fluster the driver, who could be expected to react impulsively under the influence of alcohol. Evidence from the inquest showed the car was travelling at 62mph, twice the speed limit, when it entered the Pont de l’Alma tunnel.

Traces of paint and debris indicated there had been a collision between the car and another vehicle, thought to be a white Fiat Uno which has never been traced.

The coup de grace would have been the laser,” added Bob. “It may sound James Bond, but laser lights, known as Dazzlers, were employed throughout the Eighties. Although versions causing permanent blindness were banned in 1995, other types cause temporary blindness and are still used extensively.”

Laser lights are sometimes used in stationary objects such as CCTV cameras, but it is more likely that an aimed version was deployed, resembling the zoom lens on a pre-digital camera.

“A motorcycle would be the most reliable means and the least likely to be discovered,” said Bob. “On the day, the target vehicle was harassed by paparazzi motorcycles. A motorcycle with two people on it might appear to be paparazzi.

“It could pass the target car just before one of the selected killing areas and the passenger could attract the target driver’s attention with a false brake light, then blind him with a laser built into a camera as they approached a suitable spot. There were reports of bright flashes from the time of the event."

After the fatal crash against the tunnel’s 13th pillar, the operation’s third stage would begin. “It is common to spread false allegations to deflect from the nature of what really happened,” said Bob.

“In the this case, the story emerged that Diana was pregnant, that the couple were to become engaged and that snipers were seen standing over a bridge shooting out the tyres. These were all later disproved.

“British Special Forces operatives and their civilian counterparts are some of the best in the world. It would be sad to imagine that any one of our club would, with full knowledge, agree to take part in an operation like this. But it is certainly not impossible.”



http://www.express.co.uk/news/uk/424477/How-rogue-SAS-would-murder-Princess-Diana

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Re: How rogue SAS would murder Princess Diana

Post by PeterMac on 26.08.13 12:55

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Post by aquila on 26.08.13 13:08

@PeterMac wrote:In next week's edition
How a rogue SAS team could have kidnapped Madeleine

Then watch in subsequent weeks as we bring you . . . .
the full story of  . . . .

How a rogue SAS unit could have cause the Space Shuttle to burn up on re-entry

How a rogue SAS unit could have sunk the Titanic

How a rogue SAS unit could have set off the eruption of Krakatoa

How a rogue SAS unit could have caused the Larsen B Ice shelf to break up

How a rogue SAS team could have sold millions of extra copies of this paper


Make sure you order your copy NOW.
I like it Peter, we need to keep this theme going.

How a rogue SAS team could have nicked my dustbin
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Re: How rogue SAS would murder Princess Diana

Post by Hobs on 26.08.13 13:45

I was eaten by a rogue SAS trained wheelie bin.

I barely escaped with my life as i was dragged into it's ravening maw whilst recycling papers.

Suffering both minor and long term damage to my right shoulder, i am now wary of approaching any wheelie bin especially strange ones on the street.

If i can't trust my own bins, corrupted by a rogue SAS squad, how can i trust any strange bin?

 Dumpsters and skips are a major concern as i could be gobbled up by one of those and no one would see me or hear my cries for help.

I could be whisked away never to be seen again unless it is perhaps as a can or plastic bottle.

Even today my staff warn me to be careful when it is time to put my bins out, they say they are joking but i know they fear for my safety.

I should have paid more attention to the bin men, they were tidier than the usual ones leaving little mess behind or fogetting to put notes on bins that had a slight gap or had one wrong item in them as my usual binmen do.
When one saw me watching too closely he deliberately dropped a plastic bottle on the path as if to convince me he was harmless, i knew the truth though.

I was lucky to escape with a bruised chin and wrist and a torn rotor cuff in my right shoulder, next time i may not be so lucky.
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Re: How rogue SAS would murder Princess Diana

Post by aquila on 26.08.13 13:58

@Hobs wrote:I was eaten by a rogue SAS trained wheelie bin.

I barely escaped with my life as i was dragged into it's ravening maw whilst recycling papers.

Suffering both minor and long term damage to my right shoulder, i am now wary of approaching any wheelie bin especially strange ones on the street.

If i can't trust my own bins, corrupted by a rogue SAS squad, how can i trust any strange bin?

 Dumpsters and skips are a major concern as i could be gobbled up by one of those and no one would see me or hear my cries for help.

I could be whisked away never to be seen again unless it is perhaps as a can or plastic bottle.

Even today my staff warn me to be careful when it is time to put my bins out, they say they are joking but i know they fear for my safety.

I should have paid more attention to the bin men, they were tidier than the usual ones leaving little mess behind or fogetting to put notes on bins that had a slight gap or had one wrong item in them as my usual binmen do.
When one saw me watching too closely he deliberately dropped a plastic bottle on the path as if to convince me he was harmless, i knew the truth though.

I was lucky to escape with a bruised chin and wrist and a torn rotor cuff in my right shoulder, next time i may not be so lucky.
I took my fear to my local authority after consulting a well known charity for those who have been affected by covert SAS bin assassination crime and was issued with an invoice for £45 for a replacement bin.

How can I be sure my new bin is not under surveillance and I'm not the target of a more sinister plot? If I complain to the authorities will I be whisked to Guano Bay?
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Post by tigger on 26.08.13 14:43


The operation would have begun with a period of surveillance. “It would not be difficult, as their field operators would be assumed to be paparazzi,” he said. “The car would be tagged with an electronic tracer and its movements monitored so that regularly used routes could be found and reconnoitred.”

He said that along these routes several places would be selected “where the car would be driving quickly into a bend or where leaving the road would meet a solid obstacle such as a concrete pillar”.
well, that would not be difficult, a car leaving the road anywhere except the desert is 100% certain to hit a solid object.

A separate team would have studied the driver’s habits. “People such as this are trained in a facility a little north of London from where they go out into the community and conduct exercises involving civilians without their knowledge,” he said.
I know this to be true. I have been the victim of such exercises more than once. Often these started with: 'what is a nice girl like you doing in a place like this?'.

“A usual test is to get the name, address and phone number of a random person in a bar, often a woman who is already with a man.that never happens to me, I always forget my phone number, the man with me usually knows it but refuses to pass it on.

“They are taught all manner of psychological manipulation techniques and practise these on civilians. They could appear to be admirers and seduce their targets.
There again! Happens all the time. All is explained - I've been dating undercover SAS!

“During the preparation phase a method would be discovered by which someone, probably a female operator, could add extra alcohol to the driver’s usual drink.
i know how to do that, never leave the house without a phial of 100% alcohol.

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Re: How rogue SAS would murder Princess Diana

Post by Tony Bennett on 26.08.13 15:28

The SAS ate my hamster

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Post by aquila on 26.08.13 15:53

@Tony Bennett wrote:The SAS ate my hamster
The cousin of a chap whose sister worked in a gym where a bloke told her he knew an SAS guy has revealed that SAS rogue operatives eat family pets as part of their training after an outbreak of missing hamsters in the area has left the local community distraught. The hamsters, Hammy and Spammy have not been seen since Monday.

A source close to the military has vigorously denied all allegations as ludicrous and says our SAS colleagues are mostly vegetarian.
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Post by Guest on 26.08.13 16:00

@Tony Bennett wrote:The SAS ate my hamster

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Post by Penfold on 26.08.13 16:03

I suggest that retired soldier Bob Stirling has watched the "Diana' episode of "Spooks" once too often! His plot bears a striking resemblance to  it.big grin

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Post by aiyoyo on 26.08.13 16:13

List the things a ROGUE SAS would not do ......
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Re: How rogue SAS would murder Princess Diana

Post by aquila on 26.08.13 16:23

@aiyoyo wrote:List the things a ROGUE SAS would not do ......
Eat a hamster
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Post by Guest on 26.08.13 17:25

@aiyoyo wrote:List the things a ROGUE SAS would not do ......
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Talk about what he has done/would have done.
Unless he's been laid off or retired and the money's good, of course ...
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Post by lj on 26.08.13 17:53

@aquila wrote:
@Tony Bennett wrote:The SAS ate my hamster
The cousin of a chap whose sister worked in a gym where a bloke told her he knew an SAS guy has revealed that SAS rogue operatives eat family pets as part of their training after an outbreak of missing hamsters in the area has left the local community distraught. The hamsters, Hammy and Spammy have not been seen since Monday.

A source close to the military has vigorously denied all allegations as ludicrous and says our SAS colleagues are mostly vegetarian.
spit coffee 

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Post by PeterMac on 26.08.13 23:33

[quote="]A source close to the military has vigorously denied all allegations as ludicrous and says our SAS colleagues are mostly vegetarian spit coffee [/quote]
WRONG.
They only EAT vegetarians !

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Re: How rogue SAS would murder Princess Diana

Post by aiyoyo on 27.08.13 5:10

Châtelaine wrote:
@aiyoyo wrote:List the things a ROGUE SAS would not do ......
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Talk about what he has done/would have done.
Unless he's been laid off or retired and the money's good, of course ...
By definition, a ROGUE is capable of doing something crazily illegal and it would for personal glory/benefit purpose.

An SAS execution would have been done professionally and you would not hear of it, not in this lifetime anyway.
Perhaps 4 or 5 generations or more later there may be a distant possibility it will be revealed by Historian discovering the info from archives.

If a ROGUE acted alone why did he wait more than a decade then brag about it ?

Someone with a fertile imagination is hoping to make a quick buck from the Press. Remind us of the another journalist-photographer entrapment in another case.

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