The disgraced Royal Prince Andrew is about to testify to an investigation by Jeffrey Epstein in the US, and two believers at Buckingham Palace believe that the threat of demand for testimony may be evident.
Andrew clearly stated in his resignation that he would cooperate
The Daily Telegraph reported on Thursday that Buckingham Palace was called upon by the US authorities to summon the duke to summon him to swear his friendship with Epstein.
After his announcement, Andrew would have no choice but to comply.
Gloria Allred, a celebrity lawyer representing some of the alleged victims of Epstein, quickly requested Andrew to voluntarily contact the US authorities "without conditions and without delay," and asked, "He insists on being witnessed or willing to speak with law enforcement authorities without being legally required? about it? ”
That such a danger of summoning should concern Andrew is a long way to explain his mystifying decision to give an hour's interview to one of the UK's most feared political polls.  After Andrew made a badly recommended session, it was widely speculated that he did so because he suspected the US authorities were to summon him. Andrew hoped to get ahead of any such action, theoretically. He hoped that the interview would allow him to win the public opinion before the law enforcement has ended. At the end of the conversation, of course, the conversation had the opposite effect, and in his haughty manner he had extraordinary denial, demonstrably false claims, unwillingness to regret his friendship with Epstein, and the inability to show sympathy to Epstein's victims dug Andrew's own grave.
It now appears that flashing blue lights may be part of Andrew's royal afterlife.
Brutal eviction when it came to deserve the nickname the kings use for themselves: "The Company."
Late Wednesday afternoon, Prince Andrew issued a statement that ended his public life. He claimed that it was his decision and that he had asked the queen to "permit" her resignation in the foreseeable future, but the truth was far from that.
Royal briefings today clearly show that he was fired –
"A bottle of whiskey and a pearl revolver have been laid for him." One source told them his mother, ”said one of the sources of The Daily Beast.
But for his mother's brutal firing, many revealed the leadership hand of Prince Charles, who has been trying to expel Andrew from the royal family since 2012, and who finally took this opportunity on Wednesday.
The Queen has been closed since the call with Charles, who is touring New Zealand, since the crisis broke out.
Writer Penny Junor, who worked closely with Charles on biographies. and is a trusted confidant of the palace, she told The Daily Beast that she suspected Charles had played a major role in the intervention. She said, "I imagine he might be under some pressure to make this announcement, and I suspect he may have come from his older brother. “
Andrew was quickly withdrawn from the planned visit to the victims of the floods in northern England because plans for his demise were sealed. On Wednesday afternoon he was called to Buckingham Palace from his home in Windsor, where he was told he was over.
Andrew was told that he would no longer have any queue duties to represent the family. He was told he was to stand out of his 200 charity sponsors immediately. He was told he would immediately lose a £ 250,000 grant per year.
One tiny consolation came when the Duke was told he would still be welcomed on family occasions, so wait for him to go to church on Christmas Eve at Shedingham
Beast, he had no idea what would happen. He was actually planning a trip to the Middle East this weekend as part of his start-up program.
According to the biography of Queen Robert Hardman wrote in the Daily Daily Queen today Queen and Charles reached a decision on Tuesday evening when Andrew became the subject of a BBC discussion between competing politicians Boris Johnson and Jeremy Corbyn are preparing for the December 12 elections.
A member of the public asked the leaders whether the monarchy was fit for purpose: Corby's flattering response that "needs a little improvement" got a huge response.
That the monarchy should be in the general bona fide election was a huge red flag and a reminder in 1992 when the Queen apologized to then Prime Minister John Major that the break-up of the marriage between the Duke and Duchess of York interfered in the elections. This time, it seems that another such apology is required, which is required by the same member of the royal family.
It is incredible that only 24 minutes after Andrew's statement was published, the Queen appeared publicly and introduced her old friend Sir. David Attenborough has won a lifetime achievement award.
He even managed to break the joke and laughed at the TV legend: “Mr. David, this award recognizes many of your talents, and one can't help but feel it because we can be very happy with us of a generation to prove that age is not an obstacle to positive impact. “
The queen was hiding on her face all the time, but don't be mistaken for any pleasure in Andrew's demise. She will be destroyed in a tragedy that became her favorite son, just a few months after her 60th birthday.
In bitter irony, what was meant to be a joyous day of celebration yesterday as it was the 72th anniversary of the Queen and .
Just minutes after one of the most evil decisions of her career, Her Majesty did exactly what the perfect royal government required – sublimated her emotions
The contrast with Andrew could hardly be greater, and now she has to think for the rest of her life about what might be.