A raw deal.
Now the newspapers and commentators are moaning about his attitude, sensationalising his admission that he has indeed killed enemy, and criticising his thoughts on privacy and the press.
I think it's a great pity he had to do the interview at all. We know he's a serving soldier, and in my view he should have been left to get on with the job. His advisers gave away too much when they struck the deal. They should have agreed to release a couple of photos and that's it. For heaven's sake, Harry has a job to do, like the other troops out there. Our media should respect that, and shouldn't expect deals and bargains to guarantee his security. What he gets up to in Las Vegas in his own time is a different matter, but when Harry's in the army, he should be left well alone.