Prince Harry Saves Soldier from Gay Hate Attack

In 2008, while stationed in Canada, trooper James Wharton, an openly gay military man, was threatened with a severe “battering” by six men from a rival regiment. Fearing for his life, he went to his commander, Prince Harry, and unburdened himself to him.

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Prince Harry of Wales greeting people. 28 April 2011
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The entire thing is detailed in a new book by Wharton on his 10-year experience as a gay man in the army. He calls Prince Harry a real hero for the way he acted in this particular instance, perhaps even saving his life.

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Photo Caption : Prince Harry of Wales greeting people. 28 April 2011

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