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The BBC has apologised to Prince Harry, after the taxpayer-funded network, posted a picture of a neo-Nazi, a social media group that is in the label, with the royal as a “race traitor” for his marriage to Meghan Markle.
The Guardian reported on Wednesday that the figure, which was broadcast and published online in December of last year, the 35-year-old with a gun pointed at his head, and recognized the blood splatter, and a swastika. The picture was captioned: “See ya later, race traitor. #racetraitor.”
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A spokesman for the Duke of Sussex, told the outlet that is in the picture, raised “serious safety concerns”, for he “caused his family great distress, specifically, but that his wife was five months pregnant.”
Meghan Markle and Prince Harry greet the press as they debut the Baby is Beautiful. The couple, who met as reporters at the Castle of Windsor, where she met with Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh.
Markle, the Countess of Sussex, gave birth to their son, Archie, Harrison, Mountbatten-Windsor, on the 6th of May.
According to the outlet, and both the BBC and broadcasting watchdog Ofcom rejected a complaint by Harry, and the fact that the use of the figure in a report on the activities of the far-right’s platform, it was in the interests of the public. However, as The Guardian pointed out that the BBC has apologized for not warning you of the royal family in advance of the date of publication.
The company has admitted that, prior to the publication of seriously offensive material that we need to be vigilant in the assessment of the impact on individuals from the wider, which can be served by the publication.”
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Prince Harry, the Duke of Sussex, and now lives in a Commonwealth Day Youth Event at Canada’s House with Meghan, Countess of Sussex, england on March 11, 2019 at the latest, in London, England. The event will showcase and celebrate the diverse community of young Canadians living in London and around the uk.
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In a letter addressed to Harry, the BBC also revealed it was committed to the strengthening of the guidance on the use of the content, that creates a risk for the individual is displayed.
“His Royal Highness has been pleased with the letter from the BBC, with regards to the shocking picture was published by BBC News last year, as part of a report on the activities of the British neo-Nazi group on the left in the U.S.,” said your spokesman.
“His Royal Highness, the issue with Ofcom over its rebroadcasting of this racist view because of the concern that is hateful and dangerous propaganda, and was known all over the world, in the world’s most important public-service broadcasting. For the sake of the credibility of the BBC and their decision to provide this material, which is an open door for all the other media to reproduce it.”
As Harry accepted the BBC’s apology, he still did not agree with the broadcaster’s decision to cut out parts of the image in question.
Meghan, Countess of Sussex, england, prince, Prince Harry, the Duke of Sussex, prince, Prince William, Duke of Cambridge and Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge. (Photo by Max Mumby/Indigo/Getty Images)
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“His Royal Highness, the means put in place by the use of the image, and to provide a platform for it to be something that would be seen only by a few, it should be documented, so that others would not be affected by such an inflammatory view,” said the spokesman.
The outlet noted that Harry was the only person to complain to Ofcom about the issue.
He complained to the BBC that the publication of the image fell below the generally accepted standards of harmful and offensive material” and that there are insufficient grounds for the presentation of the collage to begin with, due to the fact that it is made up of a group encouraging a criminal action.
Meghan Markle, and Prince Harry, in Fiji, in October of 2018.
The Guardian, the BBC did not uphold the complaint, calling for the publication of the image is in the public interest. Ofcom also does not uphold the complaint, ruling there was “a clear public interest” in carrying on “, clearly and impactfully to the offensive nature of the group’s reports, and therefore, it is an editorial justification.
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“This is very offensive, but, in our opinion, the inclusion in the article is an editorial responsibility, since it has been used in order to condemn it, and to illustrate the anti-group activities, which are in the public interest,” said an Ofcom spokesman.
“This is a very important piece of journalism, which has led to the arrest, conviction and imprisonment of two members of a neo-Nazi group,” said a BBC source. “The statue of the Duke of Sussex, was taken to the abhorrent nature of their conduct, and Ofcom has concluded that there is a clear editorial justification for the use of the image, that is, in the context of the news report, it was considered to be not likely to turn to crime.”
Prince, prince Harry, and Meghan Markle at their royal wedding in May of 2018.
“Of course we regret the distress caused and we have apologised for failing to warn of Kensington Palace, ahead of time so that it was about to be published,” said the source.
Harry is later expressed his concerns to Tony Hall, the BBC’s director general.
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Back in June, The Guardian reported that Michal Szewczuk, who is in the picture, and was sentenced to four years and three months in a young offender institution”, after pleading guilty to two counts of encouraging terrorism, and five counts of possession of terrorist material, including the White Resister Guide, and an al-Qaida training manual.
Actress-turned-royal, Meghan Markle, under the spell of the world, when she was married to Prince Harry in mid-May.
The 19-year-old originally posted the picture on social media in August of last year, a few months after you and Harry got married Markle, 38, in May of 2018.
Szewczuk wrote in a blog, which has been described as an “extremely, extremely violent as well as violent, misogynistic,” and sought to “justify the rape of women and children in the pursuit of an Aryan race.”
“The posts that I have seen and read to be abhorrent crime because of their clear intent to encourage the acts of terrorism,” Judge, Rebecca Poulet QC, said at the time. “People were encouraged to go out and commit horrible acts of violence upon others, for nothing can ever be understood by any right-thinking person.”
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Prince Harry and Meghan Markle attend an official photocall to announce their wedding at The Sunken Gardens at Kensington Palace on November 27, 2017 in London, England. Prince Harry and Meghan Markle have been a couple officially since November of 2016, and are due to be married in the Spring of 2018.
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This is not the first time peter has talked about racism, his relationship with the former actress.
In November 2016, after his relationship with the “Suits” stars in the public eye came in, he brought with him a statement in which he condemned “racial overtones” in the media.