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If you are employees of the British State, you may kill and neither be brought to trial nor named. Everyone else accused of a crime must endure the publicity until acquitted at trial. Before those who cannot distinguish between an accusation and a proven fact rant in the comments, let me say that - if Mr Al Fayed is guilty - he will deserve all he gets.

The important word in that sentence (as every educated person in Britain used to understand) is "if".

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