“I truly feel that in every relationship I’ve had, friends, lovers, family, the military, there’s always been a third party involved – the tabloids,” Prince Harry said in a lengthy written statement. He made a statement Tuesday before appearing in London High Court on the first day of cross-examination.
“I felt that no one could be trusted. It was a terrible feeling, especially for me when I was young. “I am saddened to learn that my paranoia about friends and family was really misplaced and how much it affected my adolescence,” Prince Harry said in a statement. rice field.
Prince Harry has lashed out at British tabloids for their “utterly despicable” conduct, accusing them of being a “mothership of online trolls”.
“People will die as a result, and people will continue to commit suicide if they see no other way out,” Prince Harry said in a lengthy statement. “How much blood will stain their typing fingers before someone stops this madness.”
“Our country has been rated globally by the press and the government, but I believe both are at rock bottom. Democracy fails if you choose to sleep with the government instead.I may not have a role within the institution, but as a member of the British royal family and as a soldier defending key values, this “I am interested in feeling responsible for publicly exposing criminal activity,” Prince Harry said in a statement.
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