Prince Harry, Meghan Markle and that two-hour ‘car chase.’ I’m ex-NYPD, and here’s the 411 on their 911
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As an attorney and retired NYPD Inspector, I’ve been told some stories in my day. This one lands someplace between “Beowulf”and Monty Python.
So let us now uncover these mysteries, hidden deep in the tale.
As we’ve all heard by now, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex (wasn’t he recently banished from the realm or something?) are claiming that on Tuesday night, after leaving an event in Manhattan’s midtown, they were pursued by paparazzi in a “near catastrophic” car chase that went on for two hours.
PRINCE HARRY, MEGHAN MARKLE MOVING FROM PROTECTED SUV TO TAXI AMID CHASE MAKES ‘ZERO SENSE’: SECURITY EXPERT
A high-speed chase. In midtown Manhattan. For two hours.
With an NYPD escort.
Let’s start at the beginning. Harry and Meghan were leaving a swanky gala at which Meghan had received the top honor, something known as the “Women of Vision” award.
The nation’s top “woman of vision?” Meghan Markle? Did I miss something? Was this at the Friar’s Club?
Whatever. They then jumped into their waiting car – driven by private security, and flanked by three other SUVs – for what would likely have been a 15-minute ride to a residence on the Upper East Side.
But then – the monsters