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James Fayed was convicted of murder two weeks ago in the stabbing death of 44-year-old Pamela Fayed by a hired man on July 28, 2008.
Mr al Fayed said: "Everybody is saying that they are doing their best, but at the end it was not the best.
Dressed in a natty checked suit, shirt and tie, Mr al Fayed looked ready for business.
A senior royal and MI6 were in it together, according to al Fayed.
Mr Al Fayed, holidaying at his Scottish estate near Inverness, wanted to be sure he bagged the first wild grouse with the opening of the shooting season on Saturday.
Mohamed Al Fayed has won a judicial review of the Lord Advocate's decision not to hold a public inquiry north of the Border.
Mr Al Fayed was not at the High Court in London to hear his solicitor, Laurence Harris, tell Mr Justice Eady the claim was untrue and caused considerable distress and damage.
Mr Justice Morland said: "Having considered carefully the arguments on both sides and reflected on them, I have come to the conclusion that it would be unjust and unreasonable to make any orders for costs in favour of Mr Al Fayed against any of the respondents.
Seems Queen Elizabeth II has finally lost patience with Al Fayed because of his persistent attacks on the royal family in the wake of the death of Princess Diana and his son Dodi Fayed in a car crash in Paris two years ago.
Diana was calling from the al Fayed yacht, The Jonikal, where she was on a Mediterranean cruise with Dodi Fayed, son of the Harrods tycoon.
Lady Sarah told Diana's inquest, "Yes, she thought the boat was being buggedby Mr al Fayed senior.
Fayed branded Stevens "a tool for the establishment, the Royal Family and intelligence" - and said he would also be "a mental case" if he brushed aside Fayed as simply a grieving dad.
HARRODS boss Mohamed Al Fayed yesterday lost his bid to get legal costs from eight people who backed Neil Hamilton's failed libel action against him.
A High Court judge ruled Tuesday in London that Mohammed Al Fayed has no right to take part in an inquest into the death of Princess Diana.
A former director of security at Harrods yesterday accepted "generous" undisclosed damages in settlement of his libel action against Mr Mohamed Al Fayed.