This video says about itself:
Redheaded Man Convicted for Plotting Terror Attack
22 September 2015
Mark Colborne was convicted on September 22nd for plotting a terrorist attack with cyanide.
From daily The Morning Star in Britain:
‘Breivik fan’ arrested for plot to kill princes
Wednesday 23rd September 2015
He bought ingredients for deadly poison cyanide over the internet, stockpiling dust masks, metal filter funnels, plastic syringes and latex gloves, jurors were told.
But Mr Colborne was arrested in June after his half brother uncovered chemicals and papers detailing his racial hatred stashed in his bedroom at the family home in Southampton.
The court heard the convict felt alienated and marginalised for being a white, ginger-haired man and also suffering from agoraphobia and depression.
In notebooks found in his “very cluttered” bedroom, Mr Colborne observed: “I would sacrifice my life for that one shot. Kill Charles and William and Harry become king. Kill the tyrants.”
If Colborne’s murder plot would have succeeded, then Prince Harry would have become King Henry IX.
The first king of that name since Henry VIII (1491-1547). Henry VIII is infamous for having ten thousands of people beheaded or otherwise killed.
This music video from Britain about King Henry VIII says about itself:
Horrible Histories-divorced, beheaded, died. Song lyric.
Nazi Colborne may have hoped that his crimes would lead to a regime bringing back beheading. Beheading, like also happened in Adolf Hitler’s Germany. And which the fuehrer of the French national Front, Marine Le Pen, wants to bring back.
Colborne seems to have preferred Prince Harry to other royals for having red hair like Colborne himself.
And maybe also for Prince Harry’s taste in fancy dress costumes.
This 2005 video says about itself:
Wiesenthal Centre, Duchess, react to Harry Nazi costume
Around the world on Thursday, newspapers and TV stations reported on the anger generated by a picture of Britain’s Prince Harry dressed as a Nazi.
In the US, the story was headline news for papers like the New York Post and was covered extensively by all TV networks.
Jewish leaders also reacted strongly to the photograph, which showed the prince at a fancy dress party, wearing a Nazi desert uniform and a swastika armband.
Rabbi Marvin Hier, dean and founder of the centre in Los Angeles, said it was “unacceptable” for the prince to disgrace “the memory of the Holocaust and…of those who gave up their lives to defeat Nazism”.
“Writing a prepared statement handed out by Buckingham Palace is an insufficient manner of dealing with this,” he added.
A spokesman at Clarence House, the London residence of the prince’s father, Prince Charles, on Thursday insisted that sending Harry to the ceremonies at Auschwitz was “not something we would be considering”.