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  1. Journo ‘used Met chief’s computer’

    LEVESON INQUIRY: A News of the World journalist used Scotland Yard’s communications chief’s computer to file a story about a controversial senior policeman, the Leveson inquiry heard today.

    The paper’s crime editor Lucy Panton wrote and emailed an article about former Metropolitan Police commander Ali Dizaei, who was jailed for corruption in 2010, from the office of Dick Fedorcio.

    http://www.morningstaronline.co.uk/news/content/view/full/116539

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