Arrests at The Sun Relate to Murders of Stephen Hilder, Dr. David Kelly and Faked Evidence Used to Justify Iraq War

13 03 2012

The arrest of Rebekah Brooks by Scotland Yard today may yield big news shortly.


Assassinations of Jurgen Möllemann & Stephen Hilder Helped Set Up That of Dr. David Kelly

and this SUN article –

POLICE probing the murder of a skydiver [Hilder]  who plunged 13,000ft to the ground are to question revellers who attended an airbase fancy dress party the night before.

See ALSO related articles by Trowbridge H. Ford on our right sidebar. These murders relate to the Mossad, various British spooks and the firmament of British journalism. It is all unraveling now.

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Rebekah Brooks Arrested! Sun Editor in the Clink!

13 03 2012

Rebekah Brooks among six arrested in phone-hacking investigation
Former Sun editor held by Operation Weeting detectives on suspicion of conspiracy to pervert the course of justice

Rebekah Brooks is among six people arrested by Scotland Yard detectives on suspicion of conspiracy to pervert the course of justice, as part of the investigation into phone hacking.

 The former News International chief executive was arrested at her home in Oxfordshire by detectives from Operation Weeting. Sources also said that her husband, race course trainer Charlie Brooks, was also arrested. . .

 . . . . Brooks was also previously arrested on 17 July last year on appointment at a London police station on suspicion of conspiring to intercept communications, contrary to Section1(1) Criminal Law Act 1977 and on suspicion of corruption allegations contrary to Section 1 of the Prevention of Corruption Act 1906. . . .  (more)

More on the Sun

The purse-thrown-in-dumpster story

The Guardian Has Rebekah Brooks’ Memos

8 09 2011

Rebekah Brooks’s 2009 letter to John Whittingdale: ‘The Guardian has misled the British public’

Deciphered – Rebekah Brooks’s response to a previous request to meet MPs

Deciphered – Rebekah Brooks’s resignation message

Another News of the World Exec Arrested

2 08 2011

From the Guardian (UK) –

Stuart Kuttner, the public face of the News of the World and its most vocal public defender for 22 years, has been arrested by police investigating allegations of phone hacking and of bribing police officers to leak sensitive information.

As managing editor until his resignation in July 2009, Kuttner was in charge of finances at the now-defunct tabloid. . . .

. . . .   Kuttner is believed to have been arrested on suspicion of conspiring to intercept communications, contrary to section 1 (1) of the Criminal Law Act 1977, and on suspicion of corruption contrary to section 1 of the Prevention of Corruption Act 1906.

They are the same allegations that Rebekah Brooks, the former News of the World editor and ex-News International chief executive, faces since her arrest last month.

When Brooks faced a Commons culture, media and sport select committee hearing last month she told MPs that payments to private investigators were the responsibility of the paper’s managing editor’s office.

Brooks admitted using private investigators during her time as editor of the tabloid between 2000 and 2003 for, she claimed, “purely legitimate” purposes.

When asked whether she had ever discussed individual payments to private investigators with Kuttner, she admitted that “payments to private investigators would have gone through the managing editor’s office”. But, she added: “I can’t remember if we ever discussed individual payments.” . . .   (lots more)

Other tid-bits –

Murdoch Jr. will probably get quizzed again by M.P.s  (hope it will be on TV!)

AND heat is on sleezy Piers Morgan

all the news round-up is on the Guardian’s phone hack page 

Rebekah Brooks’ husband denies cover up after bag found near flat

27 07 2011

Latest –

Rebekah Brooks’ husband has denied accusations of a cover up after police seized a bag containing a laptop computer and personal documents stashed in a bin near their London flat. 


Piers Morgan is facing questions on both sides of the Atlantic as a former employee claimed that phone hacking had taken place while he was editor of the Daily Mirror.

UK: The Noose Closes in – Brooks Panics (??) Tosses Evidence Into Trash(???)

19 07 2011


Former NI chief executive’s husband denies bag – containing computer, paperwork and phone – belonged to his wife 

Detectives are examining a computer, paperwork and a phone found in a bin near the riverside London home of Rebekah Brooks, the former chief executive of News International.

The Guardian has learned that a bag containing the items was found in an underground car park in the Design Centre at the exclusive Chelsea Harbour development on Monday afternoon.

The car park, under a shopping centre, is yards from the gated apartment block where Brooks lives with her husband, a former racehorse trainer and close friend of David Cameron.

It is understood the bag was handed in to security at around 3pm, and that shortly afterwards Brooks’s husband, Charlie, arrived and tried to reclaim it. He was unable to prove the bag was his and the security guard refused to release it.

Instead, it is understood that the security guard called the police. In less than half an hour, two marked police cars and an unmarked forensics car are said to have arrived at the scene. . . .