The Judge: The deletion of 3.5 million emails at the News of the World in 2010 ” not the most successful damage limitation exercise ever mounted.” Quite.
The judge gives a damning indictment against Clive Goodman, the royal reporter, accusing him of lying over the extent of his phone hacking. He couldn’t have possibly forgotten he had hacked into Prince William, Prince Harry and Kate Middleton’s phones! damning indeed!
More embarrassing revelations from Clive Goodman
More insight into Andy Coulson from Clive Goodman over a Royal trip with Prince Charles.
Ah, so it is all Clive Goodman’s fault for not telling Andy Coulson about how much phone hacking he did! At least that’s what Coulson’s legal team want the court to know.
Amazing how helpful Andy Coulson was to the Met police when they came to arrest Clive Goodman for phone hacking .Not!
Fascinating that Andy Coulson can’t remember anything Dan Evans told him about phone hacking when he interviewed him for a job and never even suspected that convicted hacker Clive Goodman had employed Glenn Mulcaire, who admitted hacking voicemails.
Day 93, Part 1: Andy Coulson did not knowingly recruit a skilled phone-hacker to the News of the World, he told the Old Bailey today. Mr Coulson also denied Dan Evans played him a voicemail recording of a message he had intercepted from the phone of the actress Sienna Miller.
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The kind side of Stuart Kuttner helping Goodman as he reels from the shock of phone hacking and his arrest
Exaggeration can be a journalist’s foible.
So Clive Goodman has now implicated THREE News International executives for involvement in phone hacking and the Crown Prosecution Service for not wanting to prosecute them. Extraordinary claim against Coulson that he could arrange for Goodman not to go to prison. Goodman was later jailed for four months. Wow!
Day 72: The Crown Prosecution Service had evidence incriminating three News of the World executives in phone hacking seven years ago – but made a decision to limit the case to the paper’s royal editor Clive Goodman, he claimed at the Old Bailey today.
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