Rupert Murdoch’s scandals continue


Rupert Murdoch corrupting British police, cartoon by Stevev Bell

John Pilger, Truthout: “Long before it was possible to hack phones, Murdoch was waging a war on journalism, truth, humanity and succeeded because he knew how to exploit a system that welcomed his rapacious devotion to the ‘free market.’ Murdoch may be more extreme in his methods, but he is no different in kind from many of those now lining up to condemn him who are his beneficiaries, mimics, collaborators, apologists. Certainly, there is no ‘revolution,’ as reported in The Guardian UK, which compared the ‘fall’ of Murdoch with that of the tyrant Nicolae Ceausescu in Romania in 1989″: here.

On the News With Thom Hartmann: Murdoch Company Admitted Hacking US Company in 2009, and More: here.

LulzSec behind a hack on The Sun‘s website claim to have extracted an email archive which they plan to release later on Tuesday: here.

WikiLeaks vs News Ltd: Jail Murdoch, not Assange: here.

Murdoch scandal: hypocritical warmongers exposed: here.

Murdoch’s ‘Times of London’ Uses Famine-Stricken Somalis as Punchline: here.

British PM David Cameron says NI chief James Murdoch still has questions to answer in parliament: here.

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