'No credible evidence' army involved in Princess Diana's death: Report
LONDON (AFP) - British police on Monday, Dec 16, 2013, said they had finished examining new information about the 1997 death of Diana, princess of Wales, but media reported they had found "no credible evidence" she was murdered.
Scotland Yard police headquarters announced in August it was checking the credibility of recently received information about the deaths of the princess and her boyfriend Dodi Fayed, including an allegation that she was murdered by a British military figure.
"The Metropolitan Police Service (MPS) undertook a scoping exercise to assess the relevance and credibility of that information," the force said in a statement issued on Monday.
"That scoping exercise is now complete," it stated, adding that a formal statement would be made on Tuesday.