Prince Harry warned of legal action over ‘misjudged’ allegations
Prince Harry has apparently got himself into trouble by bragging about his military operation with the forces in Afghanistan.
The Duke of Sussex, in his memoir Spare, bragged about killing 25 people in airstrikes in Afghanistan, revealing he didn’t see them as ‘people’ but rather as ‘chess pieces’ who had been taken off the set as an Apache Helicopter Pilot.
Harry’s claims appear to have been with him for a long time as some political and defense analysts say he got himself into trouble and issued a security alert for his families in the US and UK.
According to a new report, Afghan families are planning to move the courts following his admission of killing dozens of people as a member of British forces during the war in Afghanistan.
Families who lost loved ones in Sangin district, Helmand province, say those people were not rebels or terrorists, but ordinary Afghans.
Hamdullah Alizai, 45, a resident of Sangin district, told Reuters that in August 2008 the British Air Force carried out attacks on their settlements, killing 27 people, including his father and his brother. 15 years old.
“We were devastated then and we had difficult days. We strongly condemn Prince Harry’s statements. We demand that he be tried and punished,” Alizay said.
Another resident, Habibul Rahman Noorzai, 38, whose father, uncle and 20-year-old brother were killed in the attacks, said: “British and foreign soldiers have committed many atrocities here. We want them brought to justice.
It is worth mentioning here that Harry first served in Afghanistan as a forward air controller during air raids from 2007 to 2008, then flew the attack helicopter between 2012 and 2013 – did his military service at the British base Camp Bastion in Helmand province. the country.