PRINCE HARRY SHOULD SETTLE BIRD-SHOOTING MYSTERY IN MEMOIRS, SAY CAMPAIGNERS
Wildlife campaigners are calling on Harry to use his forthcoming memoirs to solve the mystery about the killing of two of Britain’s rarest birds. It is a 14-year-old mystery that happened at one of the Queen’s estates.
The Duke was questioned by police in 2007 over the killing of two hen harriers, a legally protected species in Norfolk.
Campaigners are hoping that Harry’s new books will provide the truthful and honest account of his life, mistakes and life lessons that he so promises to do.
The director of campaigns at the League Against Cruel Sports, Chris Luffingham, has said: “I hope this gives Prince Harry a chance to talk about his environmental concerns and any moves to distance himself from ‘game’ bird shooting.”
“It will also offer Prince Harry a chance to set the record straight about what really happened”.