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Detective Found Guilty in Hacking Scandal

A top British detective was this week found guilty of trying to sell information to a Rupert Murdoch tabloid and therefore becoming the first conviction of the charges to the major phone hacking scandal since a police investigation which happened 2 years ago. The detective, April Casburn who is a top counterterrorism detective was charged with misconduct for phoning the News of the World and offering to pass on information about whether London’s police force would reopen the stalled phone-hacking investigation. Despite the phone call, the police have stated that no tabloid printed any story on the subject and…

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Thursday, January 10th, 2013 by admin Security No Comments

Benefit Cheat Jailed after Spotted Playing Golf

A woman has been jailed for 28 weeks after claiming benefits in disability falsely which add up to a total of almost £40,000. Roberta Packman claimed that she was completely unable to walk and claimed both Severe Disability Premium Income Support and Disability Living Allowance. She admitted two counts of falsely claiming disability benefits at Carlisle Crown Court in November. Packman claimed both benefits from 2006 to 2011 and was accused of failing to notify the Department of Work and Pensions that her circumstances had changed. Unfortunately, this happens a lot. Sometimes it is a serious case and sometimes the situation is…

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Monday, December 10th, 2012 by admin Security No Comments








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