Thursday, August 18, 2011

More Murdoch Muck

The News Corp. hacking scandals may have just come to U.S. shores.

James Desborough, the former Los Angeles editor for News of the World who'd previously won awards for his show business coverage in London, has been arrested by authorities investigating allegations of criminal hacking and rampant corruption.

Desborough is thought to face charges stemming from activities inside the U.K., according to The Guardian, but his appearance as the 13th News Corp. employee to be arrested raises the possibility that hacking may have taken place in the U.S. as well.

  Raw Story

Yes, and anywhere else Murdoch Corp did business.

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