Tuesday, 4 September 2012


UPDATE:  26 June 2014 --  The verdict was Rebekah Brooks is cleared of all charges. How much the family of the Milli Dowler feel? How can that happen? She was an Editor and an Editor has the final check what goes into the paper.  Also it should not been allowed that David Cameron's brother was on the defence team. 

The Leveson inquiry was a "white wash" and now this verdict which nobody in the land will buy it. Of course, Coulson and the other will be sentenced  Their career be destroyed and their families.

UPDATE:  17 April. 2014 -- The Court case is on for weeks and Rebekah Brooks, Editor, and Andy Coulson, Editor, both deny knowledge of phone hacking of the murdered school girl Milly Dowler.  Coulson admits he should have paid more attention to what was going on. He was in charge when Rebekah Brooks was away and private investigator Glenn Mulcaire was hacking Milly Dowler's phone.

Brooks and Coulson deny conspiracy to hack phones and other charges.  In  my opinion they were both editors which means checking out.  Trial continues.

UPDATE:  4 October 2013  - September has come and gone but no news about the trial or did with miss it? Is there a news blackout?

UPDATE 18 OCTOBER 2012 ---  Brooks supposed to have appeared at the end of the month but now has been delayed till September next year. W H Y?  Surely the inquiry and investigation has been going on long enough. They must have all the information together by now. Is there a hope growing that the public might forget and Brooks, Coulson and the rest of them quietly fade away?

Even the Prime Minister David Cameron forgotten his promise on transparency and kept the emails between him Brooks and Coulson from the Levenson Inquiry.

Rebekah Brooks who was the editor of the News of the World was yesterday in court and was being charged with plotting to hack into the voicemail of the murdered schoolgirl Milly Dowler. Mrs Brooks was the only one in the dock. She wore a navy blue jacket and skirt. During the few minutes hearing at the Westminster Magistrates’ Court in central London she only had to confirm her name, address and date of birth.


The court ordered her not to contact the rest of the ex-employees of the News of the Word. They all will have to appear at the Southwark Crown Court at the end of the month. Mrs Brooks will also have to appear in court regard the alleged conspired to pervert the cause of justice.

Her general charge given yesterday, could amount to 600 victims and another two charges referring to the murdered schoolgirl Milly Dowler and ex-union boss Andrew Gilchrist. This is the worst of all their hacking because Milly was missing for a long time and to hack her voicemail and it was said the messages were eliminated is the lowest deed someone can stoop to. Brooks might not have done it but as an editor must have realised it because she was responsible what goes into print. So no pleading innocence.

The accused are Mrs Rebekah Brooks ex-editor of the closed-down News of the World, private investigator Glen Malcaire, Andy Coulson former editor and spin-doctor for David Cameron, former managing editor Stuart Kuttner, former news editor Greg Miskiw, and former head of news Ian Edmondson, ex-chief reporter James Weatherup.

Brooks had been released on bail.

They face charges of conspiracy to intercept voicemail between October 3, 2000 and August 9, 2006.  

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