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Rebekah Brooks To Be Charged With Conspiracy In Phone Hacking Case
The Guardian reports more legal problems for former News of the World and News International exec Rebekah Brooks. The Crown Prosecution Service will charge her with obstructing justice in the inquiry over phone hacking. She is accused of conspiring of...
Full post as published by Media Law Prof Blog on May 15, 2012 ( boomark
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