Wednesday, July 20, 2011

Murdoch scandal whistleblower Media Killed


Sean Hoare, the first to open the mouth of the alleged phone tapping carried out the News of the World (NOTW), was found dead at his home in Watford, England.
Hertfordshire police who found the body does not confirm the identity of Hoare Hoare. Police said the cause of death unclear Hoare. However, his death is suspected as a natural death and not murder. Police investigating the middle.
"On Monday (18 / 7) at 10:40 am police got a call to come to Langley Road, Watford, following a concern for the safety of the man who lived on the street. After police and ambulances arrived, the human body was found. The man was pronounced dead at the scene. shortly thereafter, "the contents of the police press release.
Hoare, a former journalist of The Sun and NOTW, the oldest in the British tabloid the phone tapping scandal closed due to sources of news, about the wiretapping was leaked to the newspaper The New York Times.
Hoare said, tapping done far more massive than what is recognized that the British print media, as the police investigation was first held in September 2010. He told the Times, Andy Coulson did not just know the problem of eavesdropping, but also actively encourages its staff overheard a speaker phone to get exclusive news.
Hoare had been subordinates Coulson in the NOTW. According to him, Coulson, never asked him to do the same. This accusation was rejected Coulson, former British Prime Minister's communications director David Cammeron.
His neighbor says, "death is very shocking news. A month ago Hoare said it is not healthy. He also said he wanted the doctors to get treatment. Then I saw it again, and she looked healthy. ".
Related to this wiretapping, media magnate Rupert Murdoch, his son James and Rebekah Brooks trial deputy parliamentarian phone tapping scandal that has outraged the nation.
Yesterday, they met members of the Commission on Culture, Media and Sport, the trio hold accountable the wiretapping scandal.

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