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January 3, 2012


Don Van Natta in today's New York Times expounds on what has long been reported: that British journalists (or investigators working for one or more British tabloids) allegedly hacked into the telephones of the families of victims of the 9/11 attacks. Suspicions had been raised when callers heard clicking sounds on their telephones, secondary conversations while on the line, odd playbacks or erasures of voice messages--and salient facts about their lives and losses appearing in the U.K. press just days after those subjects were discussed over the phone. The Justice Department is investigating.

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