Prince Harry Says He Killed 25 Taliban Fighters in Afghanistan: ‘Chess Pieces Off Board’

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Prince Harry has reportedly claimed that he killed a total of 25 people while he was serving as an Apache helicopter pilot in Afghanistan. In his autobiography, Spare, the Duke of Sussex stated that he didn’t think of them as people, but rather as “chess pieces” that had to be taken off the board.

According to several multiple sources, Harry wrote that flying six missions during his second Tour of Duty on the front line resulted in the “taking of human lives” of which he was neither ashamed nor proud of. He went on to describe watching a video of each kill when he returned back to base writing of Taliban fighters as “baddies” who were eliminated before they could kill “goodies.”

Now, a senior Taliban leader has come forward saying that the men that Prince Harry killed in Afghanistan are not “ chess pieces, they were humans.” Anas Haqqani, a senior aide to the interior minister, tweeted: “Mr Harry! The ones you killed were not chess pieces, they were humans; they had families who were waiting for their return.

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“Among the killers of Afghans, not many have your decency to reveal their conscience and confess to their war crimes.”

Another tally beneficial, Suhail Shaheen, told Sky News that Prince Harry had committed several crimes against humanity. “They were freedom-fighters of their country, you were invaders,” he noted. “Their cause was legitimate. They were heroes of the people, but you were their enemy.” He also stated that the prince should be questioned by the “ court for crimes against humanity,” Saying that people in the United Kingdom had “cursed” the Royals.

In his Memoir, they claim that he was also physically attacked by Prince William over his marriage to Meghan Markle. The incident allegedly took place at his London home back in 2019 saying that the incident left him with a visible injury to his back. This after his brother grabbed him by the collar and ripped his necklace before he knocked him down to the floor.  Harry claimed that William had called Markle rude, abrasive, and difficult.  

His official autobiography is set to be released on January 10th. 

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