- Dec 11, 2006
- '88 Vic Wagon, '92 Honda VFR
Jesus, it just doesn't stop. Those fuckers just didn't know when to stop digging their own graves.
https://www.byline.com/project/10/article/65'Dial M for Murdoch' author Martin Hickman gives an overview of the investigations being conducted into 'phone hacking, bribery, and other crimes'
More than 100 Scotland Yard detectives are investigating allegations of hacking, bribery and other crimes by British newspaper journalists
http://zelo-street.blogspot.ie/2015/06/fake-sheikh-and-pandoras-box.htmlFake Sheikh And Pandora?s Box
https://www.byline.com/project/10/article/95Neil Wallis: Dark Arts Were Legal
http://www.independent.co.uk/news/u...ah-brookes-during-hacking-trial-10487091.htmlRebekah Brooks's ex-security man Mark Hanna threatens to blow whistle on what he overheard during hacking trial
The Real Whittingdale Scandal: Cover up by the Press
David Cameron, under siege for his shifting account of the Panama Papers, is facing an imminent second front of attacks as a consequence of his decision to bring John Whittingdale into the cabinet last year
https://www.theguardian.com/media/2016/oct/21/fake-sheikh-mazher-mahmood-jailed-for-15-monthsMazher Mahmood: 'Fake Sheikh' jailed for 15 months
https://www.theguardian.com/media/2...-one-chapter-but-the-legal-fallout-rumbles-onNews UK is now facing more than 45 civil claims from former victims of Mahmood?s stings
https://www.byline.com/project/57/article/1291Former News of The World News Editor Greg Miskiw reveals the secrets 'King of Sting' doesn?t want you to know.
https://www.theguardian.com/media/2016/oct/05/fake-sheikh-mazher-mahmood-exposed-own-stingFarewell to the 'Fake Sheikh' exposed in his own sting
http://www.hollywoodreporter.com/th...investigation-sexual-harassment-claims-976496Fox May Be Subject of Government Investigation Over Ailes Sexual Harassment Claims
An attorney for a former Fox host says he received a subpoena from federal prosecutors, while a company spokesperson acknowledges months of conversations with the U.S. Attorney's Office.
http://www.hollywoodreporter.com/thr-esq/brian-lewis-lawyer-roger-ailes-615056Brian Lewis' Lawyer: Roger Ailes and Fox Have 'A Lot' to Fear
"I have just been retained and am still plotting our course of action," Burstein says in a statement. "But two things are very clear to me. First, Brian Lewis no longer has any confidentiality obligation to Newscorp [sic] or Roger Ailes because of the false and malicious statements made by Fox to date. Second, Roger Ailes and Newscorp [sic] have a lot more to fear from Brian Lewis telling the truth about them than Brian Lewis has to fear from Roger Ailes and his toadies telling lies about Brian Lewis."
http://www.npr.org/sections/thetwo-...deral-investigation-related-to-sexual-harassmLawyer Alleges Fox News Is Under Federal Investigation Related To Sexual Harassment
http://www.npr.org/sections/thetwo-...host-casts-shadow-over-networks-new-presidentSuspended Host's Lawsuit Casts Shadow Over Fox News' New President
The greatest threat to that continuity could lie in the lawsuit filed by suspended Fox News host Andrea Tantaros, who has sued Fox, Ailes and a raft of current Fox News executives, including Shine. In court papers to be filed Wednesday, her lawyers offer fresh support for her allegations. Especially notable are the elements involving Shine and other current Fox News executives who Tantaros accuses of acting to shut down her complaints.
"Fox News masquerades as defender of traditional family values," Tantaros' legal team wrote in its colorful initial suit, "but behind the scenes, it operates like a sex-fueled, Playboy Mansion-like cult, steeped in intimidation, indecency, and misogyny."
http://www.bbc.com/news/uk-42870830David Tennant accepts phone-hacking damages
http://www.bbc.com/news/uk-42945445Grant settles hacking claim against the Mirror
http://www.bbc.com/news/uk-42733352TV stars settle 'six-figure' hacking claims
NGN has now settled around 1,000 civil claims for phone-hacking.
If the cost estimate for a single claimant of £450,000 to £500,0000 given in court is typical, then the publisher is likely to have paid in the region of half a billion pounds in costs alone.
Compensation payments would run into tens of millions more.
https://www.byline.com/project/86/article/2060Mr Justice Mann, sitting at the Rolls Building on February 6, has said the company’s legal tactic contravenes rules governing civil court actions.
Giving News UK until Easter to defend the allegations - either by admitting them, denying them, or explaining why it can’t do either
https://www.bylineinvestigates.com/...red-up-illegality-like-organised-crime-groupsPrince Harry Set to Claim Princess Diana was Hacked by The Sun AND The Mirror - which then 'Covered Up'
- Prince Harry case to claim newspapers paid shadowy Privates Eyes to snoop on Princess Diana and her associates - while editors pretended to be on her side
- Rupert Murdoch’s News UK CEO Rebekah Brooks WILL be dragged back into the hacking scandal
- Brooks was the editor of The Sun while hacking was alleged to be rife - and headed Murdoch’s company during alleged major cover-up of phone hacking
- Duke of Sussex is likely to characterise Mirror and Sun executives as guilty participants who sought meticulously to cover their tracks for over two decades
- Allegations include sophisticated concealment and destruction of evidence, involving top in-house lawyers and board members
Tabloid Hired Gun Tells of Shady Hunt for Meghan Markle ScoopsThe private investigator says the British tabloid The Sun paid him $2,055 in 2016 for private information about the couple, their family and friends that had been taken from a restricted database.
The Sun dramatically caves-in on a landmark ‘phone hacking’ case
- THE SUN has been successfully sued for the first time – on its own – for unlawful information gathering
- SIR SIMON HUGHES blasted the paper for ‘blackmailing’ him with an illegally obtained dossier
Rebekah Brooks sent email ordering illegal activity, High Court hears
Rupert Murdoch writes down value of Sun newspapers to zeroMove follows £200m loss caused by Covid-19 pandemic and one-off charges related to phone hacking