Sun deputy editor charged over alleged payments to public officials. Nor is it just about the defunct "News of the World," because the hedline makes it clear that this hack editor worked for another of Reupert Murdoch's filthy fucking rags, The (soon-to-be defunct?) Sun. I mean bribing public officials, surely that has to be a bit higher in the criminal pyramid than hacking Sienna Miller's cell phone, right?
When you consider the French police raider her fucking apartment, that she's the chief of the fucking IMF, and that the "[i]nvestigators suspect her of complicity in embezzling public funds after she overruled objections from advisers to proceeding with the €285m (£244m) payment to Tapie," what isn't possible?
Six more former News of the World whores get unhappy knock at the door: Phone hacking: two current Sun staff among six new arrests. Note that two of the formers currently work in editorial positions at the Sun, and, more importantly, the arrests come from a "new line of inquiry." Excellent. Now we need to see Andy Coulson and Rebekah Brooks convicted and sentenced (throw the book at them, m'lord!), and the computer hacking investigation needs some bodies, too. With these arrests, there will only be even more law suits by victims, more legal fees for the filthy fucking Murdoch family. Not bad.
Rebekah Brooks and Andy Coulson to face fresh charges. And the new charges involve payment of bribes to public officials--that's a step up from approving the hacking of Sienna Miller's cell phone, don't you think? I suppose that these two could somehow avoid the slammer, but I get the sense that Coulson (David Cameron's former Communications Director) and Brooks have shat on too many people, violated too many laws, and laughed in the face of justice too many times. I suppose they thought they were invincible at one time. Sentencing is going to suck. For them. I, on the other hand, will enjoy it (as long as they don't get wrist slaps).