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Wednesday, July 6, 2011

But Will Justice Be Served?

In the wake of the phone hacking scandal becoming big news, much has come to light, including that police were on the take. And PM Cameron declared that the police will investigate this all fully. So we are to trust the corrupt? Not meaning just the police, but Cameron himself, whose own communications director was editor of News of the World when all this went on. Or are we to believe that Coulson and Cameron, two of the most informed men in the world, knew nothing of any of this the whole time?

It reeks. And much of the reekage begins and ends with Rupert Murdoch, who's given the world another reason to hate America.
http://www.guardian.co.uk/media/2011/jul/06/phone-hacking-pressandpublishing?intcmp=239

http://www.guardian.co.uk/commentisfree/2011/jul/06/phone-hacking-inquiry-full?intcmp=239

If you'd like to sign a petition demanding a full inquiry into the phone hacking:
http://hackinginquiry.org/

3 comments:

Rory Grant said...

As one Minister asked of the Prime Minister yesterday - "So News International will be investigating News International, the Police will be investigating the Police, and politicians will be investigating politicians? Doesn't something strike you as odd about that?"

But the snowball is rolling Laura - I hope it becomes an avalanche.

Rory

Susan Flett Swiderski said...

This is yet another horrifying story of stupidity. The private investigator "apologized". Big whoop.

Austan said...

Rory- Keep in mind that this all is only what we know about. There is much, much more.

I hope the avalanche hits Murdoch at full force.

And I hope Tommy Sheridan is free soon.

Susan- Watch ING throw lots of people they paid to do this under the bus and claim they knew nothing. It makes me sick.