Thursday, May 24, 2012

Parliamentary Hearing Testimony Reveals News Corp's Piers Morgan Gave Lesson On How To Perform Phone Hacking

Piers Morgan

More claims have surfaced supporting the Judiciary Report's previous contentions on the site that former News International/News Corp editor, Piers Morgan, participated in the illegal crime of phone hacking. Morgan now works for CNN, who also engages in phone hacking and computer hacking.

During the phone hacking hearings this week, BBC journalist, Jeremy Paxman, stated of Morgan, " He turned to me and said: 'Have you got a mobile phone?' I said yes and he said: 'Have you got a security setting on the message bit of it? I didn't know what he was talking about. He then explained that the way to get access to people's messages was to go to the factory default setting and press either 0000 and 1234, and if you didn't put your own code in, his words, 'you are a fool'." 

Rupert Murdoch and wife Wendi Murdoch 

You have to understand the world News Corp employees live in - there is no such thing as going to far and illegality is encouraged in the name of money. I have seen News Corp do so many astonishingly illegal things, but to them it's no big deal. Murdoch instilled that criminality in a number of his employees, which set them up for a terrible fall and public disgrace.

The company still has not changed course, continuing its invasive practices against members of the companies and other businesses they deem rivals. The misconduct is coming straight from the top, the Murdochs and being carried out by his minions.