Prince Harry and fiancée, Meghan Markle facing ‘anthrax’ racist terror scare
According to a reliable source, a package containing a ‘non-suspicious substance’, accompanied by ‘malicious communications,’ was sent to a London palace used by senior members of the British royal family, last Thursday. The police, however, have started investigating the matter as of the time of its receipt.
The police report stated thus, “We are investigating a package containing a substance which was delivered to St James’s Palace on February 12. The substance was tested and confirmed as non-suspicious.”, they added that,” “Officers are also investigating an allegation of malicious communications which relates to the same package”, it said, adding that police had made no arrests.
A London-based newspaper, The London Evening Standard reported that the package contained white powder and was addressed to Prince Harry and his fiancée Meghan Markle at Kensington Palace. The newspaper reported that, ‘the package contained a racist message,’ but gave no sources nor details of this information.
A similar package containing harmless white powder was delivered to an office in the British parliament in central London on February 13 which spurred the police into thorough investigation. Although, the police did not say if they believe the two incidents are linked.
St James’s Palace, in other news, contain state apartments and offices used by Prince Charles, Prince William, Prince Harry and other royals. Prince Charles’s official London residence, Clarence House, is next to the palace, while his sons, Prince William and Prince Harry, live at Kensington Palace, about 1.5 km from St James’s Palace.