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Going after the little fish while the more powerful and destructive bigger fish always seem to escape seems to occur across the pond as well. Instead of arresting the leadership of the Fox propaganda cartel the British police have arrested a reporter for bribery.

(Reuters) - A journalist at Rupert Murdoch's daily British tabloid The Sun was arrested on Friday by police investigating alleged payments to police, an inquiry which stemmed from the phone hacking scandal, two sources close to the company said.

A spokesman for News International, the UK newspaper arm of News Corp, said "a News International employee has been arrested by police and the company is cooperating fully with the investigation."

Scotland Yard had said earlier that a 48-year-old man was arrested in connection with allegations of corruption as part of Operation Elveden, the investigation into allegations of inappropriate payments to police.

There are plenty of reasons for the bigger fish in this propaganda cartel to be arrested. But we all know that money is a way of staying out of jail.

Why are they not being investigated here in the U.S.?

Originally posted to Horace Boothroyd III on Fri Nov 04, 2011 at 08:23 AM PDT.

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