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Monday, July 18, 2011

"...not thought to be suspicious"

Why on earth would anyone think that?

A former News of the World journalist who made phone-hacking allegations against the paper has been found dead.

Sean Hoare had told the New York Times the practice was far more extensive than the paper acknowledged when police first investigated hacking claims.

Hertfordshire Police said the body of a man was found at a property in Langley Road, Watford, on Monday morning.

A police spokesman said the death was currently being treated as unexplained, but was not thought to be suspicious...

Of course not. Whistleblowers who tie the national security state to their owners suggesting all this eavesdropping might be for private gain tend to just spontaneously drop dead all on their own. Which, of course explains what Bradley Manning is all about.

There's just no telling what kinds of damage these people might do to themselves if they were running around talking freely.

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