Phone-Hacking Whistle-Blower Found Dead [Headlines]

Phone-Hacking Whistle-Blower Found Dead [Headlines]
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Sean Hoare a former journalist at News of the World, was found dead in his home.

Caroline Ku
  • 18 july 2011

London (CNN) — One of the first journalists to go on the record and allege phone hacking at News of the World was found dead Monday, the British Press Association said.

Sean Hoare, a former News of the World employee who said Andy Coulson “encouraged” phone-hacking,” was discovered at his home in Watford, Hertfordshire, after concerns were raised about his whereabouts,” the press association said.

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