Vancouver Sun :: Four former News Corp. executives testify in the U.K. Parliament this week after questioning the veracity of parts of News International Deputy Chief Operating Officer James Murdoch’s testimony over a phone-hacking scandal July 19. Within days, two of them, Colin Myler and Tom Crone issued a statement casting doubt on his version of responsibility "for ethical lapses".
[Niri Shan, head of media law at Taylor Wessing LLP in London:] The problem with saying too much is that you then have a version of events on the record that can be scrutinized and picked apart, and that’s what happened.
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PLUS : One million for Crone to keep his mouth shut !