I thought it was interesting that Harry just happened to bump into Sherborne and golly gee whiz if the idea for a lawsuit didn't just pop up between them. In a U.S. court the defendant's lawyer would have jumped on that, but this trial is definitely progressing differently than a trial here. As much as so many in the press would like to see Harry go down in a fireball of shame, there is a good story about an individual's privacy rights, the right of the press to scrutinize public figures and how much is too much. It looks like the media would rather write the easy story than delve deep into examining press practices. Too much of what I've read so far is piling on, not journalism.
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