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Paying the price, the cost of dealing with the Sun – James Doleman

New Sunday Sun tabloidThe not guilty verdicts at the recent trial of four Sun journalists on charges relating to payments to public officials has led to the Metropolitan Police’s “Operation Elveden” being branded a failure by The Sun and other tabloid newspapers. Demands to “stop the witch-hunt” and in one case a comparison between the Crown Prosecution Service and Hitler have graced our red-top press. Continue reading

Sun Four Trial: Prosecution Closing, jury reminded of Rebekah Brooks admission of payments to police officers

rebekah-brooks-andy-coulsonThe Sun’s relationship with some of it’s sources was “profoundly corrupt,” a court heard yesterday. Summing up the prosecution case against four senior staff at the newspaper, an army officer and his wife Michel Parroy QC told an Old Bailey jury that the trail was “in the end about greed,” greed from the sources for money and greed from the Sun for stories. Continue reading

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