JournalismPakistan.com July 31, 2012
LONDON: British police said on Monday a 51-year-old journalist has been arrested as part of an investigation into the use of information taken from stolen mobile phones.
The arrest is linked to a wider inquiry into the phone hacking scandal that has engulfed the British press and tarnished the reputation of police and politicians.
Scotland Yard said the man, is the eighth person arrested as part of Operation Tuleta, an inquiry into computer hacking and privacy offenses that is linked to Operation Weeting, the main phone hacking inquiry.
The journalist was arrested Monday morning after reporting to a London police station and later released on bail. Police said in a statement that the arrest relates to a suspected conspiracy.
British media reports identified the journalist as Nick Parker, the chief foreign correspondent for Rupert Murdoch’s top-selling daily tabloid, The Sun, - AP
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