A U.S. attorney is investigating whether reports that News of the World journalists hacked the phones of 9/11 victims are true.
US attorney general Eric Holder has promised relatives of victims of the 9/11 terror attacks he will begin a preliminary criminal investigation into reports that News Corporation journalists tried to gain access to the phone records of the dead.
Family members who lost loved ones on 11 September 2001 met Holder at the Justice Department on Wednesday to discuss allegations first reported by the Daily Mirror that News of the World reporters attempted to gain unauthorised access to 9/11 victims’ voicemails. Dominic Rushe/The Guardian.
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