A London court heard on Wednesday that Rebekah Brooks, a former editor of Britain's News of the World, on trial for phone-hacking, was herself repeatedly targeted for voicemail interception by the ... more 
A London court heard on Wednesday that Rebekah Brooks, a former editor of Britain's News of the World, on trial for phone-hacking, was herself repeatedly targeted for voicemail interception by the private investigator working for her tabloid. Questioning a police officer about notebooks found in the home of the investigator, Glenn Mulcaire, that included details on Brooks, her counsel Jonathan Laidlaw asked whether Brooks herself had been the victim of voicemail message interceptions. Earlier on Wednesday, the trial heard how Mulcaire, who has pleaded guilty to interception of voicemail messages, had repeatedly hacked into the messages of British actress Sienna Miller at the time the tabloid ran a series of stories about her relationship with actor Jude Law. less 
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Wed, Nov 13, 2013 1:43 PM EST