Prince Harry’s trial continues: – A crusade

Prince Harry’s trial continues: – A crusade

At the beginning of June, the trial began between Prince Harry, 38, and Mirror Group Newspapers (MGN) in Great Britain – perhaps better known as the Phone Hacking Case.

Harry believes that MGN – which stands behind tabloids such as the Daily Mirror, Sunday Mirror and Sunday People – must have hacked into his phone to get private information on him. The company itself has denied these allegations.

Prince Harry and Meghan were surprised at a basketball match in Los Angeles. Tiktok video / red runner
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In its closing proceedings this week, MGN claimed the prince “lacks evidence” and called the whole thing a “crusade,” according to The telegraph.

They also accuse Harry of taking the case to court to “try to reform the British press”. However, they acknowledge that “it is impossible not to sympathize with the prince.”

He admits: - He made a stupid decision

He admits: – He made a stupid decision


Prince Harry himself claims he has no vendetta against the public press, but wants to be a champion of change and will therefore use his position to change the media landscape.

Harry had previously said he felt “suspicious and panicked” after the publication of several articles he deemed illegal.

The prince is said to have cut off contact with several friends as a result of all of them becoming suspicious of the articles’ content. In other words, he believed that friends had broken his trust and provided information to MGN newspapers.

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MGN acknowledges that it has published a large number of articles about Prince Harry, but maintains that this is not evidence that illegal wiretapping or other illegal information-gathering has been committed.

The trial is scheduled to end on Friday and a verdict is expected in the coming months.

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