Friday, July 27, 2012

Financial Liability In The Phone Hacking Case For News Corp Employees Charged With Crimes

 Rupert Murdoch

As current and former News Corp employees have been charged with serious crimes in the phone hacking case in Britain, the personal, legal liability stemming from the corrupt orders they were given by CEO, Rupert Murdoch, have grown exponentially.


Rebekah Brooks and Andy Coulson have been charged twice in the phone hacking case. Will they be charged again in the computer hacking component of the phone hacking case.

Several hundred victims have been harmed by New York based News Corp and their misdeeds, which means the employees that have been charged with crimes in Britain, could face the loss of their cash and personal property in court, if successful lawsuits are launched against them (in addition to cases against News Corp).


 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