President Joe Biden and his administration are being accused of "stonewalling" in regard to unseal Prince Harry's immigration details.
The administration has ignored or refused to answer attempts made under Freedom of Information laws to unseal details about Prince Harry’s application for a visa to the United States.
"Prince Harry, who moved to California in 2020 alongside his former actress wife Meghan Markle to pursue money-making ventures in Hollywood rather than fulfil his duties as a member of Britain’s Royal Family, has faced questions about his American visa given his admission last year of drug use in his controversial memoir Spare," reports Breitbart.
"The Heritage Foundation in the United States has argued that the Duke of Sussex’s admissions are grounds for a denial of a visa and therefore may have received special treatment from the government to stay in the country, given that sources have claimed that Prince Harry was truthful about his use of cocaine, cannabis, and magic mushrooms on his visa application," according to Breitbart.
Nile Gardiner, director of the Margaret Thatcher Centre for Freedom at the Heritage Foundation, said, "The Biden administration is clearly stonewalling here and they are trying to avoid releasing any documents."
"They are trying to do so by undermining the credibility of the British Press, which is outrageous, and by concentrating their fire on the British Press even though we have submitted articles in the US press about the same subject," Gardiner added.
"Following the rejection, the Heritage Foundation will now seek a hearing before the US District Court for the District of Columbia in an attempt to overrule the administration’s ruling. If the attempt to fast-track the Freedom of Information request to unseal his immigration records is shot down, it could be months or possibly years before a decision is made on the request," reported Breitbart.
An attorney for the think tank said, "This is an example of this administration’s unprecedented lack of transparency."
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