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Rupert Murdoch's News Corp Faces Multiple US Lawsuits over Hacking

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Legal pressure is mounting on Rupert Murdoch’s News Corporation in the US   after it emerged that multiple lawyers are preparing cases over alleged hacking on American soil.

By Katherine Rushton

The Telegraph, 13 Apr 2012

Mark Lewis, the lawyer who has been at the forefront of efforts to expose phone hacking at the News of the World, flew to the US this week to file at least three civil suits on behalf of alleged victims.

Meanwhile, a handful of law firms have approached Mr Lewis to explore the possibility of legal proceedings on behalf of their own American clients who claim to have had their phones hacked.

It has also emerged that a second lawyer is considering a lawsuit in the US over alleged hacking.

News Corp has been fighting to keep the scandal from contaminating its US interests, but the potential new lawsuits leaves it exposed. The company, which is already being investigated by the FBI and the US Department of Justice, has said it will co-operate with the various investigations.

http://www.telegraph.co.uk/finance/newsbysector/mediatechnologyandtelecoms/media/9203930/Rupert-Murdochs-News-Corp-faces-multiple-US-lawsuits-over-hacking.html

Phone hacking law suits to be filed in US courts

Law suits over alleged phone hacking by Rupert Murdoch’s News Corporation are   to be filed in American courts for the first time, it has emerged.

Phone hacking law suits to be filed in US courts

Mark Lewis at the Leveson Inquiry and James And Rupert Murdoch Photo: PAUL GROVER/ EDDIE MULHOLLAND

The Telegraph, 12 Apr 2012

 Mark Lewis, the lawyer who has been at the forefront of efforts to expose the practice at the News of the World, is expected to file three civil lawsuits   on behalf of three alleged victims.

One is believed to be connected to the late Diana, Princess of Wales and the Royal household while a second is linked to the England football team.

The third is described as a “Hollywood case” because the individual was in contact with a celebrity, which made him a target. All three claim that the offences took place whilst they were on American soil.

The threat of further legal action in the United States is likely to expose News Corp, the parent company of News International which published the no  defunct tabloid, to further embarrassing claims and bring the scandal to the   front door of its headquarters in New York.

On Wednesday night, Mr Lewis told The Daily Telegraph he was flying out to America today to speak to US lawyers.

Mr Lewis, who flies into San Fransisco before heading to New York next week, declined to say who his clients were but added that it was likely more victims would emerge. He also declined to say how much money his clients were seeking. Mr Lewis earlier told a news website that all of the phone numbers that were allegedly hacked were found in the notebooks of Glenn Mulcaire, the private detective formerly employed by the News of the World.

He told The Daily Beast: “This is getting wider. It’s not just the people who were A-list or celebrities, but people who were in their circles   — people who might call them or work with them.”

Mr Lewis said he was keen to start requesting documents through the US courts and said there were likely to be more alleged victims in America.

He said: “We’ve only seen the documents that exist in respect to News International in England, and there’s been no process of discovery in   respect of News Corp. That could be the next thing that we have to find   out.”

It has been reported that the FBI have already begun examining claims by Jude Law, the actor, that his phone was hacked while he was at JFK airport in New York.

It is believed the cases do not relate to the 39 year-old Alfie star.

A total of 21 arrests have been made in connection with Scotland Yard’s Operation Weeting, which relates to phone hacking and 23 in Operation   Elveden, the investigation into illegal payments to officers.

Last month Rebekah Brooks, the former chief executive of the News of the World, became the first person to be rearrested by detectives investigating phone hacking.

More than 60 detectives out of 171 looking into illegal newspaper practices are focused on allegations of bribery as part of Operation Elveden.

Currently the Metropolitan Police’s biggest operation, Elveden was launched in July after News International provided the police with emails which alleged that corrupt police officers had received payments totalling about £130,000 over several years.

News Corp declined to comment.

http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/uknews/phone-hacking/9198978/Phone-hacking-law-suits-to-be-filed-in-US-courts.html

Legal pressure is mounting on Rupert Murdoch’s News Corporation in the US   after it emerged that multiple lawyers are preparing cases over alleged hacking on American soil.

By Katherine Rushton

The Telegraph, 13 Apr 2012

Mark Lewis, the lawyer who has been at the forefront of efforts to expose phone hacking at the News of the World, flew to the US this week to file at least three civil suits on behalf of alleged victims.

Meanwhile, a handful of law firms have approached Mr Lewis to explore the possibility of legal proceedings on behalf of their own American clients who claim to have had their phones hacked.

It has also emerged that a second lawyer is considering a lawsuit in the US over alleged hacking.

News Corp has been fighting to keep the scandal from contaminating its US interests, but the potential new lawsuits leaves it exposed. The company, which is already being investigated by the FBI and the US Department of Justice, has said it will co-operate with the various investigations.

http://www.telegraph.co.uk/finance/newsbysector/mediatechnologyandtelecoms/media/9203930/Rupert-Murdochs-News-Corp-faces-multiple-US-lawsuits-over-hacking.html

Phone hacking law suits to be filed in US courts

Law suits over alleged phone hacking by Rupert Murdoch’s News Corporation are   to be filed in American courts for the first time, it has emerged.

Phone hacking law suits to be filed in US courts

Mark Lewis at the Leveson Inquiry and James And Rupert Murdoch Photo: PAUL GROVER/ EDDIE MULHOLLAND

The Telegraph, 12 Apr 2012

 Mark Lewis, the lawyer who has been at the forefront of efforts to expose the practice at the News of the World, is expected to file three civil lawsuits   on behalf of three alleged victims.

One is believed to be connected to the late Diana, Princess of Wales and the Royal household while a second is linked to the England football team.

The third is described as a “Hollywood case” because the individual was in contact with a celebrity, which made him a target. All three claim that the offences took place whilst they were on American soil.

The threat of further legal action in the United States is likely to expose News Corp, the parent company of News International which published the no  defunct tabloid, to further embarrassing claims and bring the scandal to the   front door of its headquarters in New York.

On Wednesday night, Mr Lewis told The Daily Telegraph he was flying out to America today to speak to US lawyers.

Mr Lewis, who flies into San Fransisco before heading to New York next week, declined to say who his clients were but added that it was likely more victims would emerge. He also declined to say how much money his clients were seeking. Mr Lewis earlier told a news website that all of the phone numbers that were allegedly hacked were found in the notebooks of Glenn Mulcaire, the private detective formerly employed by the News of the World.

He told The Daily Beast: “This is getting wider. It’s not just the people who were A-list or celebrities, but people who were in their circles   — people who might call them or work with them.”

Mr Lewis said he was keen to start requesting documents through the US courts and said there were likely to be more alleged victims in America.

He said: “We’ve only seen the documents that exist in respect to News International in England, and there’s been no process of discovery in   respect of News Corp. That could be the next thing that we have to find   out.”

It has been reported that the FBI have already begun examining claims by Jude Law, the actor, that his phone was hacked while he was at JFK airport in New York.

It is believed the cases do not relate to the 39 year-old Alfie star.

A total of 21 arrests have been made in connection with Scotland Yard’s Operation Weeting, which relates to phone hacking and 23 in Operation   Elveden, the investigation into illegal payments to officers.

Last month Rebekah Brooks, the former chief executive of the News of the World, became the first person to be rearrested by detectives investigating phone hacking.

More than 60 detectives out of 171 looking into illegal newspaper practices are focused on allegations of bribery as part of Operation Elveden.

Currently the Metropolitan Police’s biggest operation, Elveden was launched in July after News International provided the police with emails which alleged that corrupt police officers had received payments totalling about £130,000 over several years.

News Corp declined to comment.

http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/uknews/phone-hacking/9198978/Phone-hacking-law-suits-to-be-filed-in-US-courts.html

” … His plea came after prosecutor Inga Bejer Engh spent more than an hour reading the charges against him, including ‘acts of terror.’ … He has called right-wing extremists and radical Islamists to testify during the trial, to show that there are others who share his view of clashing civilizations. … “

 

Norway Gunman Breivik Admits Massacre, Pleads Not Guilty

VOA, April 16, 2012

Norwegian Anders Behring Breivik appears in court to face terrorism and premeditated murder charges, Oslo, Norway. Breivik, who confessed to killing 77 people in a bomb-and-shooting massacre went on trial in Norway’s capital Monday, defiantly rejecting the authority of the court,  April 16, 2012.

The Norwegian right-wing militant who admitting to killing 77 people in attacks last July has pleaded not guilty in court to terror and murder charges, saying he was acting in self-defense.

After rejecting the court’s authority, Anders Behring Breivik Monday admitted to setting off a car bomb in Oslo and committing a shooting massacre at a youth camp organized by the ruling Labor party on Utoya island, outside the capital, on July 22.

He told the court, “I admit to the acts, but not criminal guilt.”

His plea came after prosecutor Inga Bejer Engh spent more than an hour reading the charges against him, including “acts of terror,” and listing each of his victims and and how they died. Eight people were killed in the bombing in Oslo, and 69 people were shot to death at the youth camp.

Breivik has said he was defending Norway against multiculturalism and being taken over by Muslims. The anti-Islamic extremist claims he targeted the government headquarters in Oslo and the youth camp to strike against the left-leaning political forces he blames for allowing immigration in Norway.

The 33-year-old entered the court in handcuffs, which were taken off just before he was seated. He smirked several times as the cuffs were removed, put his right fist on his heart then extended his arm in salute.

Thick glass partitions separated the defendant from the victims and their families, many of whom are worried that Breivik will use the trial to promote his extremist political ideology. In a manifesto he published online before the attacks, Breivik wrote that “patriotic resistance fighters” should use trials “as a platform to further our cause.”

Norway’s NRK television will broadcast parts of the trial, but it is not allowed to show Breivik’s testimony, which is scheduled for five days.

He has called right-wing extremists and radical Islamists to testify during the trial, to show that there are others who share his view of clashing civilizations.

http://www.voanews.com/english/news/Norway-Gunman-Breivik-Admits-Massacre-But-Pleads-Not-Guilty-147558695.html

“… His plea came after prosecutor Inga Bejer Engh spent more than an hour reading the charges against him, including ‘acts of terror.’ … He has called right-wing extremists and radical Islamists to testify during the trial, to show that there are others who share his view of clashing civilizations. …”

Norway Gunman Breivik Admits Massacre, Pleads Not Guilty

VOA, April 16, 2012

Norwegian Anders Behring Breivik appears in court to face terrorism and premeditated murder charges, Oslo, Norway. Breivik, who confessed to killing 77 people in a bomb-and-shooting massacre went on trial in Norway’s capital Monday, defiantly rejecting the authority of the court,  April 16, 2012.

The Norwegian right-wing militant who admitting to killing 77 people in attacks last July has pleaded not guilty in court to terror and murder charges, saying he was acting in self-defense.

After rejecting the court’s authority, Anders Behring Breivik Monday admitted to setting off a car bomb in Oslo and committing a shooting massacre at a youth camp organized by the ruling Labor party on Utoya island, outside the capital, on July 22.

He told the court, “I admit to the acts, but not criminal guilt.”

His plea came after prosecutor Inga Bejer Engh spent more than an hour reading the charges against him, including “acts of terror,” and listing each of his victims and and how they died. Eight people were killed in the bombing in Oslo, and 69 people were shot to death at the youth camp.

Breivik has said he was defending Norway against multiculturalism and being taken over by Muslims. The anti-Islamic extremist claims he targeted the government headquarters in Oslo and the youth camp to strike against the left-leaning political forces he blames for allowing immigration in Norway.

The 33-year-old entered the court in handcuffs, which were taken off just before he was seated. He smirked several times as the cuffs were removed, put his right fist on his heart then extended his arm in salute.

Thick glass partitions separated the defendant from the victims and their families, many of whom are worried that Breivik will use the trial to promote his extremist political ideology. In a manifesto he published online before the attacks, Breivik wrote that “patriotic resistance fighters” should use trials “as a platform to further our cause.”

Norway’s NRK television will broadcast parts of the trial, but it is not allowed to show Breivik’s testimony, which is scheduled for five days.

He has called right-wing extremists and radical Islamists to testify during the trial, to show that there are others who share his view of clashing civilizations.

http://www.voanews.com/english/news/Norway-Gunman-Breivik-Admits-Massacre-But-Pleads-Not-Guilty-147558695.html