Media coup, media mistake, or simply, blatant media collusion?
On February 28th Matt Drudge, called the most powerful man in journalism' broke the story on his website2 that since before Christmas Prince Harry, a junior officer in the Blues and Royal regiment, had been on a secret tour of duty in Helmand Province, Afghanistan. In a story subtitled, 'They're calling him Harry the Hero', Drudge reported that the Army had managed to keep the Prince, and of course the story itself, away from the worlds media.
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