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Exclusive: News of the World 'ordered burglary'

The Independent, 18 September 2012
Publié le : 18 septembre 2012
 Martin Hickman 
Detectives have evidence which suggests that a notorious private detective agency carried out a burglary while working for the News of the World.

In the latest twist to the phone-hacking scandal, a police intelligence report indicates that Southern Investigations, based in south London, targeted the home of a newsworthy individual in an attempt to dig up salacious information.

The Independent has established that the material – the first suggested link between the News of the World and burglary – is being held by Operation Tuleta, the police inquiry into illegal newsgathering techniques other than phone hacking and corruption. It refers to a "sortie" carried out into a woman's home in Ascot, Berkshire, and mentions the name of Alex Marunchak – a long-serving executive on the News of the World.

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Mise à jour le 18 septembre 2012
Créé le 18 septembre 2012
ISSN 2107-7029
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