Hugh Grant & Phone Hack

July 7, 2011 by Post Team 

Hugh Grant & Phone HackHugh Grant & Phone Hack, Hugh Grant is more involved in tabloid scandal of piracy in the UK. The actor says that the police have been asked to testify in an investigation into allegations that a tabloid hacks into the phones of the subjects of news, including celebrities and a murder victim.

In an interview with “The Early Show” on Wednesday, Grant said: “This is the moment when, finally, the public begins to see and feel, especially the low and disgusting methods of this newspaper in particular were. What little is emerging that was not only this newspaper. ”

The actor has often said he believes his phone was hacked by News of the World. He told Sky News on Wednesday he was happy to work with the police, but also calls for support for an independent investigation.

In “The Early Show” interview, Grant said: “[B] asically all our ministers going back to Margaret Thatcher, we all realized that can not be elected unless the man who controls 37 percent of our print media powerful in the country is on their side. And they will go through humiliating hoops to keep Rupert [Murdoch] and his puppeteer. ”

News of the World is part of News Corp. Murdoch’s News Corp president and CEO.

Grant wrote an article in The New Statesman earlier this year revealed that secretly recorded a conversation with a former news reporter Paul McMullan of the world, who admitted that the tabloids used to get into mobile phones. (Listen to the conversation here.)

The scandal has accelerated this week with the news that the News of the World allegedly broke into a missing 13-year-old cell phone. Milly Dowler was abducted in 2002 in Surrey, England, was found dead six months later.

The police concluded that some of the messages on the phone Dowler had been removed shortly after her disappearance, her family wrong impression that may still be alive.

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