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What to Know About Prince Harry's Court Case

"How much more blood will stain their typing fingers before someone can put a stop to this madness?" said Prince Harry in his witness statement at London's High Court, where he was testifying against The Daily Mirror. He is one of a group of claimants suing the British tabloid for obtaining stories using unlawful methods including phone hacking. Here's the background to the case, plus details on the last U.K. senior royal to appear in the witness box, more than 100 years ago.

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    The Court Case

    What to know about Prince Harry's testimony at the U.K. High Court.

    Prince Harry Testimony Bombshells: Princess Diana Hacked, Chelsy Davy Breakup and More

    Prince Harry Testimony Bombshells: Princess Diana Hacked, Chelsy Davy Breakup and More

    The History of the U.K. Tabloids and Phone Hacking

    The U.K tabloid newspaper, The News of the World, was forced to close after revelations of its phone hacking through the 1990s.

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