London police said they would carefully consider the findings of the court ruling which found Prince Harry was the victim of phone hacking and other unlawful acts by Mirror Group journalists with the knowledge of their editors. It is known that Prince Harry became the first member of the British royal family in 130 years to appear in court to testify.
The High Court in London on Friday (December 15) ruled against the publishers of Mirror Group Newspapers over allegations of hacking Prince Harry’s phone, with London Police saying they would carefully consider the findings of the court’s decision.
Judgment was given in favor of Prince Harry
On Friday the judge agreed that he was being targeted by journalists and then awarded him 140,600 pounds ($178,000). A spokesperson for London Police said it would carefully consider the verdict in the civil case and said there was no ongoing investigation into the matter.
The Duke of Sussex filed a lawsuit
The court ruling said editors who were aware of widespread unlawful behavior included high-profile broadcaster Piers Morgan, editor of the Daily Mirror from 1996 to 2004, who has become a prominent critic of Harry and Meghan. It is noteworthy that the Duke of Sussex and three other claimants had sued the British newspaper group that publishes The Daily Mirror, The Sunday Mirror, and Sunday People.
Prince Harry made a record
It is known that Prince Harry became the first member of the British royal family in 130 years to appear in court to testify. He had accused the newspapers of trying to spread hatred against Harry.