Wednesday, July 25, 2012

8 Of Rupert Murdoch’s Top Executives Charged In Phone Hacking Scandal

Charlie Brooks and wife Rebekah Brooks  

[Article background: this is another in the series of phone hacking articles the Judiciary Report has published, regarding a scandal I broke first in October 2005, via a police complaint I filed with the Metropolitan Police in London, England. 57 people have been arrested by the Metropolitan Police since the time I filed the complaint. However, the Murdochs and other key conspirators remain free and the FBI has not arrested anyone, though the crimes began and continue in News Corp's New York headquarters]

The British government has charged eight of Rupert Murdoch's employees at News International, the newspaper subsidiary of his greedy, lawbreaking News Corp. Among those charged are two of his former top executives that recently quit, Rebekah Brooks and Andy Coulson, as well as Stuart Kuttner, Glenn Mulcaire, Greg Miskiw, Ian Edmondson, Neville Thurlbeck and James Weatherup. They face 19 conspiracy charges of phone hacking 600 people, including teenage murder victim Milly Dowler. 

Andy Coulson, addressed the press yesterday outside his South London home (Photo Credit: Reuters)
Brooks, who was charged with conspiracy to pervert the course of justice, has been charged once again. The same regarding Coulson, who was charged weeks ago in a related matter. In short, working for criminal Rupert Murdoch will ruin your life. The orders came straight from the top, via the Murdoch family and they should not have followed them. 

Rupert Murdoch

This is why Murdoch abruptly resigned from News International two days ago. Knowing him, he illegally got wind of the fact eight of his top employees were going to be charged with serious crimes. Nice way to abandon the ship when crisis strikes. The ironic part is, you, I and others know, this was all your idea, Murdoch. But don't breathe a sigh of relief just yet. Very serious legal trouble is coming. 



 3 More People Arrested And Rupert Murdoch's Private Investigator Ordered To Reveal Who Gave Him The Orders In The News Corp Phone Hacking Scandal