Friday, 21 October 2011

Are you serious?

According to newspapers apparently Surrey Police knew all the way back in 2002 about the News of the World hacking the phone of murdered school-girl Milly Dowler yet chose not to act on it.

Now, I have to say that that's not especially surprising. After all, it seems likely that there was a lot of collusion between the police and the media for years.

But what is surprising is that Surrey Police are the police force investigating whether the Met knew about phone hacking but didn't act on it. Seems a bit unusual shall we say?

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