Husband of late Jacintha Saldanha, Benedict Barboza, center, son Junal, 16, and daughter Lisha, 14, arrive at Westminster Cathedral in London for a memorial service for nurse Jacintha Saldanha who took her own life after answering a hoax phone call at King Edward VII hospital where she worked, Saturday, Dec. 15, 2012. Australian radio hosts managed to impersonate Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Charles and received confidential information about the Duchess of Cambridge's medical condition, in a hoax phone call to the hospital where the pregnant Duchess was staying and which was broadcast on-air. The controversial prank took a dark twist three days later with the death of Saldanha, a 46-year-old mother of two, who was duped by the DJs despite their Australian accents. (AP Photo/Sang Tan)

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Husband of late Jacintha Saldanha, Benedict Barboza, center, son Junal, 16, and daughter Lisha, 14, arrive at Westminster Cathedral in London for a memorial service for nurse Jacintha Saldanha who took her own life after answering a hoax phone call at King Edward VII hospital where she worked, Saturday, Dec. 15, 2012. Australian radio hosts managed to impersonate Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Charles and received confidential information about the Duchess of Cambridge's medical condition, in a hoax phone call to the hospital where the pregnant Duchess was staying and which was broadcast on-air. The controversial prank took a dark twist three days later with the death of Saldanha, a 46-year-old mother of two, who was duped by the DJs despite their Australian accents.  (AP Photo/Sang Tan)
Husband of late Jacintha Saldanha, Benedict Barboza, center, son Junal, 16, and daughter Lisha, 14, arrive at Westminster Cathedral in London for a memorial service for nurse Jacintha Saldanha who took her own life after answering a hoax phone call at King Edward VII hospital where she worked, Saturday, Dec. 15, 2012. Australian radio hosts managed to impersonate Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Charles and received confidential information about the Duchess of Cambridge's medical condition, in a hoax phone call to the hospital where the pregnant Duchess was staying and which was broadcast on-air. The controversial prank took a dark twist three days later with the death of Saldanha, a 46-year-old mother of two, who was duped by the DJs despite their Australian accents. (AP Photo/Sang Tan)
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