All the news that's fit to hack?

I was wondering how long it would take this shoe to drop. With all those Aussie editors scattered to the far corners of the Murdoch empire did anyone really think questionable practices, to put it most kindly, would be limited to the U.K. and a couple of royalty-mad tabloids? CNN is reporting that the FBI has launched an investigation into Rupert Murdoch's News Corp. "amid allegations that employees or associates may have hacked into phone conversations and voicemail of September 11 survivors, victims and their families." CNN is citing a federal law enforcement source.

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6 years 10 months ago
The first issue hete is the profound sleaziness of the Murdoch empire -even if, and why raise possible FRI corruption with no evidence -governmen twas involved?
Murdoch and his cronies (and their loyalists( desrve the worst!
Jim McCrea
6 years 10 months ago
FBI possibly not totally squeaky clean?  The descendants of John Edgar Hoover who was not noted for his high ethical standards?

Really?????

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