A man was convicted in a UK court for plotting to kill Prince Charles and Prince William. Coming from long years of depression for being discriminated because of his ginger hair, Mark Colborne planned the killing for Prince Harry to become king.
According to Daily Mail, Colborne bought cyanide and necessary paraphernalia in preparation for his chemical attack to the imminent heirs to the thrones. His family voluntarily reported him to the police after they discovered his stockpiles of deadly chemical ingredients hidden inside his room. Colborne was arrested in June 2014.
In a diary written by Colborne, which was submitted to the court as evidence, he wrote that he wanted to have a silent rifle, “take up a good position and put a bullet in Charles’ head.”
“He is protected but not too protected. I would sacrifice my life for that one shot. Kill Charles and William and Harry become king. Kill the tyrants,” he wrote.
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Investigating officer Detective Sergeant Andy Hedley told court that Colborne went beyond the realms of fantasy when he wrote down his intentions and translated them into reality by actually buying the materials needed for the plot to kill. Colborne defended himself by saying that his diary were only written during the times when he was depressed and out of medications.
Morning News USA first reported in May that Colborne is also targeting Prince Charles for the Aryan people. “I would take out Prince Charles and a few others for the sake of the Aryan people. The first chance I get with a rifle is to murder tyrannical Prince Charles,” he wrote in his diary.
At the time a very telling entry in his diary gave clue to his “ginger supremacist” persona that he is very well known today. “I want them to see my transition from poor red-haired victimized minority that is constantly walked over to a fully transformed military terrorist striking at the hearts of the bigoted tyrannical rulers and of course the dark haired dark eyes Caucasian race. I will be heard through terror,” Colborne wrote.