Rebekah Brooks CLEARED of phone-hacking

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Rebekah Brooks completely innocent, Andy Coulson as guilty as sin.

How the jury reached this verdict... I mean, wow

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-27997688
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http://www.theguardian.com/uk-news/2...oks-news-world

hmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm
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I like how you went with her being innocent for your thread title rather than the Prime Ministers former communications director, a man who had access to highest offices of power in the UK being found GUILTY.

surely Cameron has to resign? he gave this criminal access to highest offices of power and stood by him throughout the allegations and controversy over him as well, shows the PM absolutely cannot be trusted to run the country, he associates with criminals who cause huge damage to people's lives.
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Even though she has admitted to paying the police for private information? :facepalm:

I'm also willing to bet considerable amounts of money that Cameron will take less flak for hiring a criminal to run his press operations than Miliband did for eating a bacon sandwich.
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How? How? How?
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Even though she has admitted to paying the police for private information? :face palm:

I'm also willing to bet considerable amounts of money that Cameron will take less flak for hiring a criminal to run his press operations than Miliband did for eating a bacon sandwich.
surely you aren't suggesting a rich white person managed to avoid justice in our legal system? (lol)

I hope not, media bias will be clear as day if they let him get away with this, he has to go imo, untenable to be PM after this.
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Rebekah Brooks completely innocent, Andy Coulson as guilty as sin.

How the jury reached this verdict... I mean, wow

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-27997688
One went down, the rest pulled through. Classic scapegoat manoeuvre. Disappointing doesn't quite cover it.
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So Cameron nearly interfered with justice in another trial. Idiot.


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So Cameron nearly interfered with justice in another trial. Idiot.


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how dare u pleb, know ur place

Cameron trying to return us to the class society of the 1940s since 2010. Justice? Not for plebs.
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