Prince Harry denies bragging about killing 25 people in Afghanistan
Prince Harry has denied bragging about killing 25 people in Afghanistan in his autobiography ‘The Substitute’.
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During an appearance in The Late Show with Stephen Colbert On Tuesday evening, the Duke of Sussex responded to reactions to what he revealed about his military career in ‘The Substitute’, published on Tuesday.
“Without a doubt the most dangerous lie they told was that I kind of bragged about how many people I killed in Afghanistan,” the 38-year-old prince said. If I heard someone bragging about that stuff, I’d be angry. But that’s a lie. Hopefully, now that the book is out, people will be able to see the context.”
The son of King Charles III has claimed the way the media has approached this part of his book was ‘dangerous’ and ‘very disturbing’, pointing to the fact that they removed the context to make it look like it was bragged about it.
“It’s really disturbing and very disturbing that they can get away with it,” he said. They had the context. It wasn’t like, ‘Here’s just one line.’ They had the whole section, they took a clip and just said, ‘Here. He’s bragging about it’… And that’s dangerous. »
He then remarked, “My words are not dangerous, what they do with my words is very dangerous.”
Prince Harry was drafted into the British Army in 2005 and served there for ten years.
He was deployed to Afghanistan twice.
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