News of the World Der Untergang style. New clip. NSFW. Very tasteless.

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    I will have to see this movie one day.

    this is a clip from it that is new to me, on the events regarding News of the World.


    [ame="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wtk3yLVUOKg&feature=related"]Downfall of News of the World[/ame]
     
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    This may wind up being as costly to Murdoch as that third rate burglary was to Nixon.
     
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    Phone hacking: Police probe suspected deletion of emails by NI executive | Media | The Guardian

    Police are investigating evidence that a News International executive may have deleted millions of emails from an internal archive, in an apparent attempt to obstruct Scotland Yard's inquiry into the phone-hacking scandal.

    The archive is believed to have reached back to January 2005 revealing daily contact between News of the World editors, reporters and outsiders, including private investigators. The messages are potentially highly valuable both for the police and for the numerous public figures who are suing News International.

    According to legal sources close to the police inquiry, a senior executive is believed to have deleted 'massive quantities' of the archive on two separate occasions, leaving only a small fraction to be disclosed. One of the alleged deletions is said to have been made at the end of January this year, just as Scotland Yard was launching Operation Weeting, its new inquiry into the affair.

    The allegation directly contradicts repeated claims from News International that it is co-operating fully with police in order to expose its history of illegal news-gathering. It is likely to be seen as evidence that the company could not pass a 'fit and proper person' test for its proposed purchase of BSkyB.

    A Guardian investigation has found that, in addition to deleting emails, the company has also:

    • infuriated police by leaking sensitive information in spite of an undertaking to police that it would keep it confidential; and

    • risked prosecution for perverting the course of justice by trying to hide the contents of a senior reporter's desk after he was arrested by Weeting detectives in earlier this year.
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