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News International may face 230 new claims over alleged phone hacking

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Post by Ross on 09.09.12 2:25

News International may face 230 new claims over alleged phone hacking

"News International is expected to face at least 230 new compensation claims from alleged victims of News of the World phone-hacking, including former England footballer Sol Campbell.

Other new claimants include former Atomic Kitten singer Kerry Katona, her ex husband Brian McFadden, formerly of boyband Westlife, and The Apprentice contestant Ruth Badger."

Apprentice contestant Ruth Badger? It will soon be easier to compile a list of people not hacked by the NoW. Top of the list of course will be the most media-obsessed couple in the country who sit at the heart of a case that has been headlines for years. Hack the phone of a contestant on some second-rate TV show, but not the most newsworthy couple in the country? Right.

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Post by PeterMac on 09.09.12 8:14

I would hazard a guess that they dare not put their heads up, for fear of having revealed what was overheard.

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Post by uppatoffee on 09.09.12 8:22

The fact that Clarrie says they weren't makes me almost certain that they were! big grin
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Post by PeterMac on 09.09.12 9:39

I agree, and would suspect they are VERY worried.

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Re: News International may face 230 new claims over alleged phone hacking

Post by aiyoyo on 11.09.12 5:48

Personally I doubt so.
If them mccanns were hacked why would NI want to keep this under wrap? For who - the mccanns? What's in it for NI?
Plus if NI was helping mccanns to maintain their lie then why compound their criminality by forcing Cameron hand to give them a review?
Doesn't make sense at all.

Unless Murdoch and Cameron are up shit creek in this from the outset.
Otherwise there's no plausible explanation for NI not to use the hacked information to sell papers which is the whole idea behind the hacking isn't it





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Post by ShuBob on 11.09.12 11:54

Aiyoyo, they may have used the information in the early days. Remember an interview Uncle John gave alluding to their phone converstions being listened to. They may have reached a deal long before the issue blew up. Whatever was listened to didn't necessarily have to be incriminating just like not all the known victims had stories printed about them.

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