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Britain / Tabloid Hacking Scandal / Murdoch #997948

CNN Evening News for Monday, Jul 18, 2011
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(Studio: John King) Breaking news that media mogul Rupert Murdoch may be replaced as CEO of News Corp. in the fallout from the tabloid newspaper hacking scandal in Britain introduced; details given about the unexplained death of whistleblower former "News of the World" correspondent Sean Hoare†† and the FBI investigation into whether there was hacking into the phones of families of victims of 9/11.

(Studio: John King) Live discussion held with CNN's Jeffrey Toobin and Matthew Chance and "New York Times" reporter Brian Stelter and about Murdoch and the scandal. [STELTER - comments on whether Murdoch will be replaced, how he has too much power.] [CHANCE - explains how Murdoch will be grilled by Parliament, the human dimension in the saga with the death of Hoare.] [TOOBIN - comments on the law and what Rupert and James Murdoch will have to say tomorrow, on the scope of Murdoch's power in Britain such that he is courted by politicians.]

Reporter(s):
King, John
Duration:
00:07:50

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