Here it becomes clear that Rebecca Brooks did get her pa a job as a secretary at the Murdoch owned Perth Sunday Times in Australia. But Cheryl Carter strongly denied it was a reward for removing and destroying files which could have been of use to the police in the hacking inquiry. The chief financial officer of News International UK, Susan Panuccio, responsible for ensuring the paper did not make illegal payments said she was “inexperienced” at doing her job and had never heard of private investigator Glenn Mulcaire.
Day 36: The jury yesterday heard that Rebekah Brooks has got a personal assistant, Cheryl Carter, a job at a newspaper in Australia owned by Rupert Murdoch. Mrs Carter had been due to up a secretarial job at the Sunday Times in Perth when she was arrested in January 2012 on suspicion of perverting the course of justice.
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