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Britain / Tabloid Newspaper Scandal #1002133

CBS Evening News for Friday, Jul 08, 2011
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(Kennedy Space Center: Scott Pelley) Report introduced.

(London: Elizabeth Palmer) The spread of the hacking scandal that toppled the tabloid "News of the World" featured; details given about the arrests of former employees Andy Coulson, who was hired by British Prime Minister David Cameron as an advisor, and Clive Goodman††; scenes shown of a demonstration against newspaper owner Rupert Murdoch. [CAMERON – calls for an investigation; says he decided to give Coulson a second chance.] [In 2003, editor Rebekah BROOKS††- says we have paid the police for information.] [“Guardian” columnist Simon HOGGART††- says there is loathing for Murdoch.] The arrest of a 3rd person in this scandal noted.

Pelley, Scott;
Palmer, Elizabeth

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