Sunday, July 17

Murdoch Lieutenant at the heart of the scandal

LONDON - Rebekah Brooks was intended, go global to the highest ranks of Rupert Murdoch's media-rich, before you make a widening phone-hacking scandal this week at the heart of one of the biggest media scandals of Britain for a generation.

The message the media world Thursday when it announced it will publish its final Edition on Sunday, the voice mail of a missing student, later murdered in responding to allegations which newspaper hacked the 168-year-old is found of the world, which controlled shocked weekly tabloid, Rupert Murdoch, and also the families of fallen British and terrorism victims.

Now Chief Executive Editor of UK only Sunday newspaper at the time of the hacking allegedly held by News International, which was a British newspaper arm of News Corp and a key Murdoch Lieutenant, Brooks. She condemned the practice and said that she knew nothing about it.

British celebrities have yet, for them to step down, called including u.k. Labour party opposition leader Ed Miliband.

Miliband said "they should go she should take responsibility," the BBC Thursday.

James Murdoch, News Corp.'s Deputy Chief Operating Officer, said that Brooks leadership was critical to the company in response to the scandal. Their "Management of the company is to do the right thing," he said, adding that it "be no mention of her [...]" "Their leadership is decisive moment", he said in a BBC interview.

Rebekah Wade born, has 43-year-old for the Murdoch Empire 20 years worked where he Sunday tabloid news of the world as a Secretary before he in the Sun daily. In 2000 she appointed editor of the news of the world, that it, at the time the youngest ever editor a British national newspaper.

She moved to the Sun in the year 2003 he edit his first woman editor, and spent six years at the top before her appointment as Chief Executive of News International.

Brooks offers rare interviews. In 2003, she told a parliamentary Committee their newspaper had paid police information although News International later said this was not company practice.

Brooks, formerly married to a star of the soap opera "Eastenders," is regarded as one of the most trusted leaders of Rupert Murdoch's and politically well is.

She and her second husband, a retired racehorse trainer will be regular guests of Prime Minister David Cameron Oxfordshire home reported.

On Tuesday, she said that she had hacked in allegations which was later murdered, the news of the world in the voicemail messages of missing student Milly Dowler in 2002 had made "sick". The newspaper the guardian, an investigator for the paper said some news room for more, misleading police and of the girl would have deleted family to think she was alive.

"I hope that you all, is it not imagine detect that I knew or, worse still, sanctioned this horrible allegations," she wrote in a memo to staff, added that she would not resign.

The associated press and Reuters contributed to this report.

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