Just when you thought the media couldn’t crawl any lower. Harry, the former prince now expelled from the royal family, has been involved in many a scandalous headline. From the moment he raised an eyebrow, and rightfully so, over the mysterious events surrounding the death of his mother [Princess Diana], to his eloping with former African America soap opera actress, Meghan Markle, it would seem that Harry painted a giant bullseye upon his back. As far as the media, and Associated Newspapers, publishers of “The Daily Mail” and “The Mail on Sunday”, they clearly see Harry’s target and have attempted every which way “till Sunday” to shoot it right in the middle.
In what is surely set to become one of England’s most historic cases, this week, Harry made an unexpected return to England to testify in the case in which he and the likes of, singer Elton John, and actresses Elizabeth Hurley [Austin Powers] and Sadie Frost [Splitting Heirs], are collectively suing Associated Newspapers for illegal “invasion of privacy”.
Invading someone’s privacy is a considerable violation. When these sorts of things occur, a person’s privacy and life is placed in jeopardy. This reminds us all to be considerate when posting on social media. It is never recommended to share every personal detail of your lives with the public, or friends and family for that matter. Invading someone’s privacy is hurtful, and can deeply damage an individual’s psyche as this case will attest.
The violation of privacy case has revealed startling information concerning the depraved depths the British publisher [Associated Newspapers] is willing to go to get, or at least, to create a story that will generate large amounts of revenue. On a side note: it certainly was not the writers of said articles published by the printing-giant that received the lion’s share, or even a scrap of what their words generated. However, given the circumstance, this might be a good thing. When the likes of heavyweights such as the former prince Harry, Elton John, Elisabeth Hurley, and Sadie Frost invest in attorneys and sic them on you – you might want to shirk behind those who have the deep pockets to try and defend you.
Over the years, Associated Newspapers [The Daily Mail] has been known for publishing some of the finer British tabloids. Should this case of blatant “invasion of privacy”, or downright spying, breaking and entering, blackmail, and what not be proven true, Associated Newspapers may find themselves reduced to printing publications like, The Sun.
The earth-shattering case involves several counts that plaintiffs, Harry, John, Hurley, and Frost among others testify are true. These counts include but are not limited to private investigators stalking those in-question, and secretly placing listening devices inside their cars and homes. Harry’s wife, Meghan, is also suing over allegations that a private letter addressed to her dad was published without her consent.
Harry’s arrival in England this week came as quite the surprise because plaintiffs were never expected to attend court proceedings in-person.
Harry’s appearance is an indication of the moral significance he places upon the case. As previously mentioned, Harry is not one to shy away from attempting to get to the bottom of a situation. Harry mentioned in a “60 Minutes” interview some time ago that he is still extremely discontent and suspicious about the outcome of investigations into the death of his mother, Princess Diana in Paris, France, the year of our Good Lord, 1997. For twenty-three years, as expressed by the younger Harry, he truly believed his mother to be alive, or that her death had been concocted for political, albeit, monarchy reasonings. Could it be that the younger prince had an inkling that peers and elders were not as they appeared?
Harry’s dad, the now King Charles III of England, is due to be coronated this May 6th, the year of our Good Lord, 2023, along with wife, and former mistress of nearly fifty years, Camilla. If calculation is indeed correct, this means that the image of Camilla burnt brightly within the heart of Charles, Harry’s dad, the entire time he was married to the former and late Princess Diana, Harry’s mum. This has no bearing upon the London High Court hearings taking place this week, however, it does hold some bearing with regards to the former prince’s “never-say-die attitude” when it comes to solving, or at the very least attempting to expose right from wrong.
Elton John also made a surprise appearance at High Court in London this week. He and his partner will both testify in the case against Associated Newspapers.
In Monday’s hearing, March 27th, the year of our Good Lord, 2023, an attorney representing Associated Newspapers requested the entire case be thrown out due to the company denying all allegations. This is of course a strategy employed by any defendant in a fleeting attempt to excuse themselves from all wrongdoing.
Harry is additionally suing Associated Newspapers for defamation regarding an article printed by The Mail this past Sunday titled, “Exclusive: How Prince Harry tried to keep his legal fight with the government over police bodyguards a secret” … Minutes after this story broke, Harry’s PR team attempted to eradicate the negative with a positive spin on the dispute.
Harry is claiming Associated Newspapers have caused him to feel uncomfortably suspicious and paranoid, and that these mental afflictions have damaged his psyche. Associated Newspapers deny all claims made by plaintiffs and will more than likely continue to do so regardless of the case outcome.
Alex Gold, Brit Pop News.