But Ailes will not say one peep about the fact his boss may or may not run a criminal enterprise, he just employs a lot of people who become criminals.
Geoff Webster, the deputy editor of the Sun, has been charged over alleged criminal offences relating to payments of £8,000 to two public officials.
Webster was charged on Wednesday with two counts of conspiring to commit misconduct in public office during 2010 and 2011.
"The first offence relates to allegations that Mr Webster, between July 2010 and August 2011, authorised payments totalling £6,500 for information supplied by a public official to one of his journalists," the Crown Prosecution Service said.
It seems a common habit of Murdoch's British properties, and his Australian ones.
I'm sure his American properties are therefore squeaky clean.
[Cross-posted at Firedoglake]