Sunday, 10 February 2013

Detective Chief Inspector jailed for offering to sell information on phone-hacking

A senior counter-terrorism detective who claimed she wanted to blow the whistle on the phone hacking investigation was jailed for 15 months yesterday.

Detective Chief Inspector April Casburn, 53, rang the News of the World to discuss Scotland Yard’s decision to launch a new investigation into phone hacking.

She claimed she made the call because the public should know that counter-terrorism officers were being used to investigate phone hacking instead of ‘saving lives’.

Read the full story from the source Mail on Line

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