Prince Harry nude with an unidentified woman (Photo redacted by the Judiciary Report)
The website TMZ posted nude photos of Britain's Prince Harry yesterday, that were taken in a hotel room before an orgy in Las Vegas, without his permission or consent. This was a reprehensible and contemptible invasion of privacy that deserves criminal prosecution.
It is illegal to film or photograph people in states of undress in places privacy is to be expected, such as hotel rooms, toilets and dressing rooms. Yet some continue to engage in said crimes against others, due to the lax enforcement of the law by the FBI, under the poor oversight of Congress. As a result, many people continue to be violated in America, held prey to the perverted whims of others.
Personally knowing the invasive conduct of TMZ and its parent company Warner Bros as I do, two entities deeply involved in Kabbalah as I have previously and formally stated in court, I am led to believe they were trying to send the royal family a message, in humiliating Prince Harry in this disgraceful manner.
It's obvious Prince Harry was set up. Furthermore, who could breach his security like this and well enough to secretly take pictures, unless they were well-connected and placed there to do so. The aforementioned people and their affiliates have also done this to others before. The royal family needs to be more careful regarding who they allow in their circle, as some are deranged, perverted, money grubbing, publicity seeking, social climbing frauds and thieves that don't follow the law in any fashion.
Just two weeks ago, in the August 8, 2012 article Gold Medalist Swimmers Ryan Lochte And Michael Phelps Say They Pee In The Pool, the Judiciary Report spoke of the ills of taking strangers back to one's hotel room (or home for that matter), as a massive risk. The article was in reference to gold medalist Ryan Lochte leaving night clubs drunk and taking women he'd just met back to his hotel room, often two or three at a time (let's face it, we all know they weren't playing Scrabble).
Ironically, it has been widely reported this week, Prince Harry was seen partying and swimming with Lochte and a group of women one day before the nude photo scandal erupted in Las Vegas. Clearly, what happens in Vegas doesn't stay in Vegas, contrary to the slogan in the commercials. It proves the Judiciary Report's point about engaging in one night stands with strangers, especially when one has been drinking. It is demonstrably very risky and not worth it.