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245 00 Four Corners :|bRupert, Rebekah and Andy. 
264 31 Australia :|bABC [broadcaster],|c2014 June 30 at 20:30:00.
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520    She was the queen of the British tabloids, a faithful and 
       trusted servant of media mogul Rupert Murdoch. He was the 
       top aide to the British Prime Minister. But for the past 
       eight months, Rebekah Brooks and Andy Coulson have been 
       the focus of one of the longest-running criminal trials in
       British history. Facing charges relating to phone hacking 
       and paying off public officials, the stakes were high - 
       with the very real prospect of time in jail. On Tuesday 
       Brooks walked free, a jury finding her not guilty of all 
       the charges brought against her. Her former lover and the 
       man she promoted to run the News of the World newspaper, 
       Andy Coulson, didn't fare as well. He was found guilty of 
       conspiring to hack into phone messages. Next on Four 
       Corners reporter Marian Wilkinson looks at the case made 
       against Rebekah Brooks and Andy Coulson. She talks to 
       people who worked on the News of the World, the victims of
       the phone hacking conspiracy and the MPs who fought to 
       make the public aware of the criminal activities going on 
       inside Murdoch's papers. Already, British Prime Minister 
       David Cameron has been forced to deliver a humiliating 
       apology for employing Andy Coulson on his staff. And 
       Rupert Murdoch's UK headquarters has again apologised for 
       the phone hacking scandal that affected hundreds of 
       victims. But what does this mean for Murdoch and his 
       business empire? There is little doubt he'll take comfort 
       that Rebekah Brooks, his former UK chief executive, has 
       been found not guilty. But the guilty verdict against Andy
       Coulson, a former senior editor, and 11 new trials of 
       Murdoch's journalists pending at the Old Bailey, carry 
       real implications for News Corp on both sides of the 
521 8  Classification NC|bACMA. 
655  0 News and Current Affairs. 
655  7 News Corporation.|2fast 
655  7 Tabloid newspapers.|2fast 
655  7 Trials.|2fast 
655  7 Wiretapping.|2fast 
700 1  O'Brien, Kerry,|ehost. 
700 1  Cohen, Janine,|ereporter. 
700 1  Wilkinson, Marian,|ereporter. 
700 1  Bryant, Chris,|econtributor. 
700 1  Cameron, David,|econtributor. 
700 1  Enders, Claire,|econtributor. 
700 1  Harris, Charlotte,|econtributor. 
700 1  Jukes, Peter,|econtributor. 
700 1  Lewis, Mark,|econtributor. 
700 1  McDonnell, Mark,|econtributor. 
700 1  McMullan, Paul,|econtributor. 
700 1  Murdoch, James,|econtributor. 
700 1  Paddick, Brian,|econtributor. 
700 1  Watson, Tom,|econtributor. 
700 1  Watts, Mark,|econtributor. 
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