Scotland Yard officers investigating alleged phone-hacking at the now defunct tabloid the News of the World arrested a 35-year-old man in an early morning pounce on his home today (7 September). Cops took the unnamed man into custody at a north London police station on suspicion of conspiracy to intercept voicemail messages, …
Not rich, powerful or famous
So, can we assume that whoever the latest suspect is, they're not rich, powerful or famous?
Because if they were, they'd have been arrested "by appointment at a local police station" like the rest.
Ah, but at least his crime wasn't so heinous that, instead of making an appointment or knocking on his door they decided to pre-emptively punish him by smashing the door down and going in mob handed...
Or maybe somebody has said can we actually make this look liek we're serious rather than just making it look liek we're working.
And now comes news of a reporter for the Guardian being arrested. Couldn't get any better.
It's not that
Cambridge-Philosophy-degree-yet-still-raging-communist tit is it?
Dyslexia can make any story more entertaining. I read it as "an early morning ponce" and almost got coffee down my nose.
They just wanted the overtime.
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