Saturday, May 26, 2012


This isn't good Rupert:
A private detective working for Rupert Murdoch's British newspapers used a legally questionable tactic to obtain a hotel bill that a New York financier ran up at one of London's swankest hotels, records reviewed by Reuters show. A database of business records compiled by British government investigators shows that some time before his arrest in March 2003, private investigator Steve Whittamore, or someone working for him, misrepresented themselves to obtain from Claridge's Hotel a copy of a bill belonging to Robert Agostinelli, an American who runs the Rhone Group private equity firm.
But Murdoch Co. insures us there's no way they hacked American phones. Suuuuuuuure.


StonyPillow said...

I believe the Murdoch crime family. They just paid someone else off the books to break the law for them. Different continent, same M.O.

Let the indictments flow.

pansypoo said...

do i have to feel sorry for the CEO?