Rupert Murdoch may have given the order for The Sun to publish the naked photos of Prince Harry in Las Vegas, but that doesn't mean he wants the British public to turn on the redheaded royal...
Rupert Murdoch, oh the mighty media mogul who defied the wishes of Buckingham Palace in publishing Prince Harry's crown jewels on the front page of The Sun (he's all about the rights to "free press"), has taken to Twitter to offer a few words of support to the abashed party prince.
“Prince Harry. Give him a break. He may be on the public payroll one way or another, but the public loves him, even to enjoy Las Vegas.”
However, despite coming under fire from the public and the press alike for printing those infamous Vegas photos, Rupert Murdoch shows no sign of regretting his decision:
"Needed to demonstrate no such thing as free press in the UK. Internet makes mockery of these issues. 1st amendment please."
We imagine Prince Harry may be grateful to Murdoch's public support of his right to get naked in Sin City, but Buckingham Palace are still talking about suing the media mogul for printing the contriband pictures in the UK.
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