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View Diary: Breaking. Murdochgate returns to its beginnings with the Sun's royal editor arrested (60 comments)

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  •  Bit more on that in the Guardian (0+ / 0-)

    where a paragraph that makes sense says:

    In addition, [Norman] Siegel, a former head of the New York Civil Liberties Union, said he had been contacted by six individuals raising complaints about News Corp outlets. "My experience in these sorts of cases is that when people sense you are serious and balanced in your approach, they begin to come out of the woodwork," he said. [my emphasis]
    and a little further along
    Lewis claimed he had "substantial and substantiated" evidence relating to Mulcaire's notes that pointed to phone hacking on US soil between the years 2001 and 2006.

    News Corporation said only that they had "no comment" on Lewis's American visit, but the stakes are potentially very high for the company. Both federal and individual state law takes a severe view of alleged hacking into a person's stored communications.

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