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Hacking: 'Hundreds Of Victims' In New Plot

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Hacking: 'Hundreds Of Victims' In New Plot

Post by Guest on 18.03.13 13:01

Hacking: 'Hundreds Of Victims' In New Plot



Police have found a new conspiracy to intercept voicemails with "potentially hundreds more victims" the Law Courts have been told.

The revelation came during the 14th case management conference relating to civil damages actions brought by scores of people from all walks of life over the phone hacking scandal.



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http://news.sky.com/story/1066186/hacking-hundreds-of-victims-in-new-plot
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Post by tigger on 18.03.13 17:50

candyfloss wrote:Hacking: 'Hundreds Of Victims' In New Plot



Police have found a new conspiracy to intercept voicemails with "potentially hundreds more victims" the Law Courts have been told.

The revelation came during the 14th case management conference relating to civil damages actions brought by scores of people from all walks of life over the phone hacking scandal.



More here...

http://news.sky.com/story/1066186/hacking-hundreds-of-victims-in-new-plot

Well-timed isn't it? Loved the bit of Eubank saying he wasn't going to accept £ 21.000 and the judge saying this was a prelim hearing.
Another lot of nobodies/hasbeens turning up demanding attention. We should be collecting money for the people who thought they were worth hacking. Obviously not of sound mind.

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Post by Guest on 19.03.13 8:20

I read yesterday I think it was the independent newspaper that information had been given by a supergrass, an insider to phone hacking, and this person was going to be a prosecution witness, Independent stated they knew who it was, they also mentioned a computer and phone, if I remember right when the hacking investigation started didn't the chief exe NOW husband lose a laptop and mobile phone they were found in a outside waste bin and handed to police and he went to claim them back.
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Post by Guest on 19.03.13 9:31

Snipped from Independent

Supergrass identifies 800 potential new victims of phone-hacking

Details of wider conspiracy at News of the World to be revealed at High Court today

James Cusick

Monday 18 March 2013

More than 800 potential new phone-hacking victims have been identified, the High Court will hear today, after a tabloid "supergrass" helped police secure fresh evidence.

The fresh line of inquiry investigation stems from information provided by a former News of the World insider, whose identity is known to The Independent.

The supergrass's decision to turn Queen's Evidence and co-operate with the Weeting probe began in 2011, The Independent understands.

Computer equipment and a mobile phone belonging to the writer which the Met examined is alleged to have contained information which raised suspicions that phone hacking was not confined to news desk and the private detective which NOTW news executives regularly employed to oversee hacking.
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Post by Tony Bennett on 19.03.13 9:55

Cherry Blossom wrote:Snipped from Independent

Supergrass identifies 800 potential new victims of phone-hacking

Details of wider conspiracy at News of the World to be revealed at High Court today

James Cusick

Monday 18 March 2013

More than 800 potential new phone-hacking victims have been identified, the High Court will hear today, after a tabloid "supergrass" helped police secure fresh evidence.

The fresh line of inquiry investigation stems from information provided by a former News of the World insider, whose identity is known to The Independent.

The supergrass's decision to turn Queen's Evidence and co-operate with the Weeting probe began in 2011, The Independent understands.

Computer equipment and a mobile phone belonging to the writer which the Met examined is alleged to have contained information which raised suspicions that phone hacking was not confined to news desk and the private detective which NOTW news executives regularly employed to oversee hacking.
I think we may well find that the 'supergrass' is none other than Rebekah Brooks' former personal assistant, Essex girl from Billericay, Cheryl Carter, who was arrested as part of Operation Elvedon and charged with 'perverting the course of justice'.
Here's one article about her:

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2082606/Cheryl-Carter-Rebekah-Brooks-personal-assistant-arrested-phone-hacking-investigation.html

A trusted personal assistant of Rebekah Brooks for many years, who would know many many secrets...now turned Queen's evidence to save her skin - and bring down many more wrong-doers?

I posted about Cheryl Carter on the forum some time ago, as I had a source in Essex who knows her, but can't now find the post

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Post by Guest on 19.03.13 10:54

Thanks so much for the information and the link Tony, after reading your post I agree with you on who the supergrass turns out to be. I've followed the hacking investigation from day one but tend to forget who's been arrested and why. Wonder how many more will do a deal and turn supergrass.
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Post by aiyoyo on 19.03.13 11:21

Hope the 'supergrass' is under police protection 24/7 or whoever that be might find himself/herself ending up like David Kelly.

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Post by ShuBob on 19.03.13 11:42

"Computer equipment and a mobile phone belonging to the writer which the Met examined is alleged to have contained information which raised suspicions that phone hacking was not confined to news desk and the private detective which NOTW news executives regularly employed to oversee hacking."

But Cheryl Carter is not a writer. Rebekah Brooks' husband Charlie Brooks on the other hand used to write for the Telegraph and we know that a computer and phone found in a car park which he tried to reclaim were seized by the police

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Post by Guest on 19.03.13 12:46

Snipped from Guido





Tuesday, March 19, 2013



Who Is the Hacking Supergrass?





Rumours have been flying around this week over the “hacking supergrass” reportedly involved in the Mirror arrests and news that the Screws might have hacked another 600 phones. Neil Wallis, who was arrested along with camera-friendly Dan Evans in the summer of 2011 before the CPS dropped the case, denies that it’s him:


“One of very few things that have hurt is an appalling lie that has floated around Fleet Street. Apparently it surfaced in Private Eye – that police/CPS only decided on No Further Action in my case because I had “helped with their inquiries” into colleagues. That could not – literally, physically – be further from the truth. As any crime reporter who still has a police contact talking to them can find out after 30 years, I’m inured to bitchiness of Fleet Street, but that’s a lie that’s beyond the pale.”
If it isn’t the Wolfman, who could it be?
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