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    Tuesday, July 19, 2011

    Rupert Murdoch and his News Corporation

    Rupert Murdoch and his News Corporation.

    Paradigm Intel points to a long investigation
    and many yet to be burned.
    Two heads of Scotland Yard resign, sacrificial offerings.

    More to come,  Murdoch paid for legal defense of
    ex-employee, if it was working in England it
    was used in USA. FBI on the trail.
    Will it lead to Fox News?
    Wall St Journal?
    All owned by Murdock,
    Wall St Journal did a piece in defense
    of Murdock, shameful.
    One of the whistle blowers against Murdock DEAD.

    Intel points to his son, not the old man that is behind the
    phone hacking, or at least had knowledge of it, suspect
    old man was told they were "eavesdropping" on phone calls.
    ( Wasn't my intention to indicate we had any connection
    between the death and son, "thought grammar TYPO" G )

    Alot more to come out, News Corp the
    real first Lulsec, public even paid to read
    the Lulz.

    This is going to get good need more
    whistle blowers.

    They will have to pry that company out of
    Murdock's hands.
    Huge losses in stock price, any more big
    hackers hits and price will crumble.

    WWW security so bad News papers hacking

    Who is next?



    Anonymous Francis said...

    Actually News's share price has gone up since Murdoch's appearance before the Select Committee.

    I also think it's irresponsible to suggest he or his son had anything to do with the whistleblower's death, and that sadly lets down all the terrific other work you do.

    12:29 PM  
    Anonymous Anonymous said...

    The hacking done by one paper does not mean that all of the other media companies owned by Murdoch used hacking, no matter how much some would like to believe.

    Other British tabloids used hacking and bribes but the only reason why this side of the pond thinks this case is significant is because Fox News is owned by Murdoch.

    It will be interesting to see how much if anything that Murdoch knew about the hacking but tying the actions of a tabloid newspaper in Britain to Fox News or the Wall Street Journal is a little ridiculous.

    12:39 PM  
    Blogger gerald said...

    Francis your right, it wasn't my intention to say that, fixing it now.


    2:36 PM  

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