Prince William and Harry criticized the BBC and the media culture over time autonomy concluded Thursday that former BBC journalist Martin Bashir was involved Using “fraud” means getting a private interview in 1995 and their deceased mother, Princess Diana.
The same interview also found that the BBC “failed to adhere to its fair and transparent principles” in concealing fraud, which involved the creation of documents showing support for him when speaking to reporters.
In a televised address, Prince William (aka Duke of Cambridge) said the BBC played his mother’s horrors “and added [her] paranoia “in an attempt to cross-examine him, in which Diana ultimately persecuted the royal family.
“I see that the fraudulent approach in question had a profound effect on what my mother said,” William said. “Communication has greatly helped to strengthen my parents’ relationship and has been a source of frustration for many others.”
The prince said he was “deeply saddened” by the fact that “the BBC’s failures exacerbated his fears, insanity, and isolation.”
William said he believed the interview was a “false story” and should not be aired again.
In other words, Prince Harry condemned what he called “racism and inappropriate behavior” in the media that led to his mother’s death – which he says still exists.
“Our mother was a wonderful mother who volunteered to work. She was brave, courageous, and undoubtedly honest,” Harry said in a statement Thursday in response to a question. “The depravity of a culture of violence and inhumanity eventually killed him.
“For those who have responded, thank you so much for being with them. This is the first step in justice and truth,” he added.
“What worries me the most is that systems like this – and the worst ones – still exist today. So, and now, it’s bigger than one site, one network, or one book.
“Our mother lost her life because of this, and nothing has changed,” Harry said. “In defending his legacy, we protect everyone, and elevate the dignity he has in his life. Let’s remember who he was and what he stood for.”
By his own explosion interview and Oprah Winfrey earlier this year, Harry said he feared the media would be responsible for the death of his wife, Meghan, the Duchess of Sussex (aka Meghan Markle), who committed suicide while pregnant with their son Archie.
“What I was most concerned about was the history of repeating the same thing,” he said He said. “I’ve said it several times before, in public. And what I saw was history repeating itself, but more, perhaps, or more dangerously, because then you increase the competition, and you add more media. And when I talk about history repeating itself, I’m talking about my mother.”
BBC reports Thursday their director, Tim Davie, sent letters of apology to Harry, William, Prince Charles, and Earl Spencer for the fraud that took place behind the scenes.
According to the new investigation, the findings were published Thursday, Bashir “deceived” Earl Spencer with false claims to preach to his royal sister, who used him to agree to a conversation.
Later, when this was revealed, the BBC “explored how to do it [Bashir] protected people from being questioned and knew the proper methods he used. ”