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Prince Harry has long spoken out about the need for security for himself, Meghan Markle and their growing family. Some Sussex critics thought he was the boy who cried wolf when he begged the royal family for protection, but now former Metropolitan Police Deputy Commissioner for Special Operations Neil Basu backs his claims.
In a scathing interview with Britain's Channel 4 News, he revealed the pair faced constant threats during their time as senior royals. Basu described the threats as "disgusting and very real" and blamed the rise of right-wing extremists. He detailed that many of the safety concerns were directed at Meghan and he felt empathetic to the couple's plight.
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"Absolutely, and if you'd seen the stuff written and received it... the kind of rhetoric that's online if you don't know what I know, you'd feel threatened all the time," he noted. The threats against Meghan continued and Basu mentioned that "people have been prosecuted for these threats". The former security expert is now speaking out amid his resignation after allegations he was unfairly treated for his views on "racial and social justice".
Prince Harry had to challenge his UK security arrangements in court after losing his royal privileges in February 2020. He agreed to fund the security staff out of his own pocket and was turned down, and now the legal system is catering to the couple's needs on a "flexible case-by-case" basis. With Basu offering alarming evidence to back up Harry's claims, it could bode well for the future of the couple's security situation.
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