Farthing former naval pen, Who coordinated the evacuation of cats and dogs From Kabul in August 2021, he says he was forced to leave the city because of Prince Harry’s claim that the king killed 25 Taliban soldiers during the two rounds of fighting.
Harry’s autobiography, “Spare”, has been criticized by Pen Farthing, which was released prematurely in Spain last weekas “bad judgment”.
Farthing, 53, said Harry’s revelations on Friday about the prince’s time in Afghanistan put his life in danger, I mentioned the sun.
He left Kabul, leaving behind his work at animal shelters due to “Possible revenge attacks on former troopers like me.”
Farthing chirp After reading an excerpt from the diary: “Well, you were a royal until today… Cheers #PrinceHarry. You’ve been very poorly advised I might say.”
“And I’m glad you thought about the security ramifications for those of us still out in Afghanistan trying to do some good. #idiot #notmyprince.”
He later tweeted: “I had to evacuate from #Kabul tonight.”
Farthing’s work with Operation Ark, which has helped rescue animals from shelters for the past 18 months, appears to have paused.
“Animals don’t torture me” he tweeted.
During his two deployments to Afghanistan as an Apache helicopter pilot, Harry discussed the killings, claiming that he did not feel the victims were real “people” but rather “chess pieces removed from the board”.
Taliban leader Anas Haqqani wrote on the Internet: “Mr. Harry! The ones you killed were not chess pieces, they were human beings… These atrocities will be remembered in the history of mankind.”
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Haqqani said Hari’s allegations amounted to “war crimes”, saying he should be tried by an “international court”.
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