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Cae Ruperto Goebbels Murdoch

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[quote name='napoleon888' timestamp='1310949988' post='2934070']
Al parecer la madre pitiyanqui no lee las noticias de su nacion, dime carlota nunca has escuchado el refran que dice que el que da primero da dos veces? Yo no estoy especulando pitiyanqui, solo hago gala de una de mis habilidades que claramente tu no tienes, a mi no me hace falta que me lo digan en las noticias sha sho se que una iminente tormenta de escandalo se esta acercando a tu nacion y le va a caer nada mas y nada menos a lo republikkkanos, una vez salga la noticia de la primera victima del jueguito del goebbels republikkkano propietario de faux news es GAME OVER para cualquir loco que se tire al ruedo en contra de obama. Sin un mother ship propagandistico que conecte a la claque de decerebrados que milita en es dis que partido republikkkano, las escasas oportunidades que hubiesen podido tener en las elecciones seran nulas. Pero no te preocupes negrita sigue haciendole eso que le haces a tu dios de la guerra para mantenerlo contento que cuando la bomba explote yo vuelvo y te aviso.

Bendito nene
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Lo unico en Lo que ese dicho se adecua a ti es que has dado las rimbaudisticas.nalgas primero y dos vices... Como minimo...

Como en otras ocasiones que fallas en apoyar tus balbuceos y pajas rentals con hechos u evidencias, tratas de hacerte sun mas bufon de Lo usual. Pruebate el escandalo de Gunwalker/Fast & Furious para Que veas in escandalo con virgencita en nuestra ley y jurisdiccion

Sera que mencionas a mi perri porque te gustaria comerle los dulces de leche? N'dito negrit@, para tratar de pegar una, te tienes que chupar como diez...

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Shhh no digan nada que no se entere la madre pitiyanqui pero esto salio hace unos 45 minutos....


A Rupert Murdoch Peer: He's 'Dead Money'

Now more engulfed than ever in a virulent phone-hacking scandal, it appears that Rupert Murdoch's days amid the upper echelons of media moguldom are numbered.

With resignations and arrests occurring daily among News Corp.'s top newspaper executives and former editors, even some in Murdoch’s elite circle of fellow multi-billionaires have deemed him kaput.

“No one can take News Corp. away from Rupert,” a member of that lofty strata told TheWrap, speaking on condition of anonymity. “But he’s dead money. He’s not going to rise again.”

Jonathan Knee, co-author of the book "Curse of the Mogul: What's Wrong With the World's Leading Media Companies observed that media moguls who reign for decades at some point miss their exit.

"Long-serving media moguls with great consistency do seem to 'lose the plot' at some point in their careers," he told TheWrap.

And in the past two weeks, it appears that the 80-year-old Murdoch has lost a good deal of clout.

In Europe, scandal-tainted British Prime Minister David Cameron seems to have become a cautionary tale for politicians who once would have courted Murdoch's favor and coveted his endorsement in seeking high office.

[size="3"][b][color="#FF0000"]In the U.S., conservative aspirants for the White House may think long and hard about accepting a high-profile role on Fox News ahead of the election cycle.[/color][/b][/size]

A notable sign of Murdoch’s already diminished stature among Republicans: It was U.S. Rep. Peter King (R-NY), an arch-conservative, who called the FBI down on News Corp. last week to investigate widening allegations of [u][color="#FF0000"]phone-hacking aimed at the families of 9-11 victims.[/color][/u]



Noo pero eso son cositas que estan pasando por alla bien lejos.... jajajajajajajajajajajajajajajajajajaja


Que brutt!!! Que brutt!!!

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Estaba esperando que criaras algo de babilla y trajeras esta "noticia" de un competidor de Murdoch:

[url="http://www.guardian.co.uk/media/2011/jul/08/james-murdoch-criminal-charges-phone-hacking"]James Murdoch could face criminal charges on both sides of the Atlantic[/url]



As phone hacking scandal leaves News Corp

Dominic Rushe and Jill Treanor
guardian.co.uk,
Friday 8 July 2011 20.18 BST A

James Murdoch and News Corp could face corporate legal battles on both sides of the Atlantic that involve criminal charges, fines and forfeiture of assets as the escalating phone-hacking scandal risks damaging his chances of taking control of Rupert Murdoch's US-based media empire.

As deputy chief operating officer of News Corp – the US-listed company that is the ultimate owner of News International (NI), which in turn owns the News of the World, the Times, the Sunday Times and the Sun – the younger Murdoch has admitted he misled parliament over phone hacking, although he has stated he did not have the complete picture at the time. There have also been reports that employees routinely made payments to police officers, believed to total more than £100,000, in return for information.

The payments could leave News Corp – and possibly James Murdoch himself – facing the possibility of prosecution in the US under the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA) – legislation designed to stamp out bad corporate behaviour that carries severe penalties for anyone found guilty of breaching it – and in the UK under the Regulation of Investigatory Powers Act 2000 which outlaws the interception of communications.

Tony Woodcock, a partner at the City law firm Stephenson Harwood, said section 79 of the 2000 Act enabled criminal proceedings to be brought against not only a company, but also a director or similar officer where the offence was committed with their "consent or connivance" or was "attributable to any neglect on their part". Woodcock said: "This could embrace a wide number of people at the highest level within an organisation, such as a chief executive – not just the individual who 'pushed the button' allowing the intercept to take place or someone (perhaps less senior) who encouraged or was otherwise an accessory to the offence, such as an editor."

While the UK phone-hacking scandal has been met with outrage in the US, the hacking itself is unlikely to prompt Washington officials into action. But because NI is a subsidiary of the US company, any payments to UK police officers could trigger a justice department inquiry under the FCPA.

The 1977 Act generally prohibits American companies and citizens from corruptly paying – or offering to pay – foreign officials to obtain or retain business.

The Butler University law professor Mike Koehler, an FCPA expert, said: "I would be very surprised if the US authorities don't become involved in this [NI] conduct."

He said the scandal appeared to qualify as an FCPA case on two counts. First, News Corp is a US-listed company, giving the US authorities jurisdiction to investigate allegations. "Second, perhaps more importantly, the act requires that payments to government officials need to be in the furtherance of 'obtaining or retaining' business. If money is being paid to officials, in this case the police, in order to get information to write sensational stories to sell newspapers, that would qualify," he said.

Koehler said the US justice department was increasingly keen to bring cases against individuals as well as companies, because prosecuting people brought "maximum deterrence". He added: "Companies just pay out shareholders' money. There's not much deterrence there." Tom Fox, a Houston-based lawyer who specialises in FCPA cases and anti-corruption law, said most corporate cases were settled before going to court. But for individuals who are successfully prosecuted the penalties are severe.

In 2009 the former Hollywood movie producer Gerald Green and his wife, Patricia, were jailed for six months in the first criminal case under the FCPA. The Greens, whose credits included Werner Herzog's Rescue Dawn, were convicted of paying $1.8m in bribes to a government official in Thailand in exchange for contracts to manage the Bangkok international film festival.

FCPA charges can carry up to five years in jail for each charge but the Greens' short prison sentence was not the harshest element of their sentencing. The "biggest hammer" prosecutors hold is forfeiture of assets, said Fox. "The Greens lost everything. Their house, savings, retirement plan. They are destitute now."

Bringing an FCPA case against the company would be far easier than bringing an action against James Murdoch. As yet there appears to be no evidence that he was directly linked to authorising the police payments. "If you don't know about it, that is a valid defence for an individual," said Koehler. In New York, media executives believe that with or without an FCPA case James Murdoch has already fatally damaged his chances of taking his father's crown.

One said: "There has been a sense of unravelling at News Corp for a while. The Daily, MySpace, Project Alesia – they look like News is chasing rainbows. [Rupert] Murdoch is looking old. It affects his ability to appoint an heir and I don't think James even has the backing of his family any more." Speculation is that Chase Carey, the chief operating officer, is most likely to take the top slot when and if the media mogul steps aside. "He is the ultimate Murdoch operative. He is not interested in the trappings of the media business. What would he do? Close the New York Post, sell the Times. Why not? It's a rational thing to do."


Sin embargo, aqui hay [url="http://www.mainjustice.com/justanticorruption/2011/07/11/why-a-u-s-foreign-bribery-probe-of-james-murdoch-is-unlikely/"]un articulo [/url] que indica que el idoo de ebano y su administracion carecen de lo necesario para meterse en una pelea con el GOP o de ir tras individuos en vez de la empresa... por una multa. Da ejemplos de como la administracion se ha achicado al encontrarse con resistencia del GOP en otros asuntos de importancia.

Por el momento, el tratar el escandalo que involucra al gobierno britanico y a su policia como un asunto remotamente relacionado a la politica de los EEUU no es mas que mera especulacion, por no llamarlo el sueño mojado rimbaudistico que es...

En cuanto a la solicitud de Peter King de investigar a Murdoch, King es un Republicano acerrimo... Quien mejor para darle un visto bueno al asunto? Este escandalo llega DOA (Dead on Arrival) a nuestro pais y permanecera un lio dentro del UK.
Como te dije en alguna ocasion pasada: "Let me introduce a new concept; Disapointment. It will be a frequent and intimate companion for you throughout your life. You better get used to it as it is not going to go away on your whim"....

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Si alguien tiene alguna duda de el porque lo republikkkanetes del foro no quieren, no se han enterado o estan completamente confundidos con este asuntito aqui les traigo la prueba

Y es que Faux news cubre la noticia solamente por obligacion, claro todos sabemos que el unico medio en donde los republikkkanetes reciben sus instrucciones es este y la desinformacion es la orden del dia en este tiempo. Verdad Carlota? Verdad Parguito? Diganme señoritas como se siente estar desconectadas de la que dicta las ordenes? jajajajajajajajajajajajajajaajaja. Bendito nene!!!

Aqui esta la grafica, como podran ver a Faux News se le ha agotado la bateria cuando la cosa es real, mientras sean fantasias, chismes o historietas que solo un republikkkano puede creer van pa encima, pero cuando se trata de cubrirse a ellos mismos..ni na ni na...

CNN And MSNBC Report On News Corp. Scandal More Than Twice As Often As Fox News. According to a Media Matters analysis**, in the nine days since the News Corp. phone-hacking scandal reignited, CNN reported on the developing story in 108 segments, MSNBC covered the story in 71 segments, and Fox News covered the story in 30 segments.

[img]http://s3.mediamatters.org/static/images/20110715-hacking.jpg[/img]

Claramente si Faux no lo cubre los republikkkanetes incluyendo al troll cibernetico que me persigue y a la republikkkana llorona y coge galletas de la UPR no se enteran o se enteran a mitad.

Ahora tengo a una de las republikkkanas del foro tratando de correrme la maquina trayendo noticias para parecer objetiva, oye Carlota no seas tan ingenua, el republikkkanete pide que lo investiguen para tener control y aparentar que su partido de desquiciados no tienen nada que ver. Algo asi como hace Rivera Shatzlatan cuando cae otro narcolegislador de su partido. Estas ciega.. ciega ... ciega.

Arrastrate pitiyanqui!!!

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No evadas el asunto medular. pareces lombriz en sarten caliente... Este tema deberia estar en Noticias de Politica Internacional pues no ha caido como delito en los EEUU... Cuando lo haga, puedes llenarte la "bocachula" con eso, pero por el momento te tendras que contentar con el merengue de Ares... Ya que te gusta tanto mencionar sus "dulces" y la extraccion del mismo... anda y comeselos...

Anda, si puedes y dibujanos las conexiones que hacen de los delitos de empleados de una subsidiaria de el propietario de Fox un problema politico en los EEUU... de otro modo estas traficando en especulaciones, fantasias y deseos frustrados... Te reto a que lo hagas... Tira pa' lante si es que puedes...

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[quote name='charlie319' timestamp='1310998672' post='2934104']
No evadas el asunto medular. pareces lombriz en sarten caliente... Este tema deberia estar en Noticias de Politica Internacional pues no ha caido como delito en los EEUU... Cuando lo haga, puedes llenarte la "bocachula" con eso, pero por el momento te tendras que contentar con el merengue de Ares... Ya que te gusta tanto mencionar sus "dulces" y la extraccion del mismo... anda y comeselos...

Anda, si puedes y dibujanos las conexiones que hacen de los delitos de empleados de una subsidiaria de el propietario de Fox un problema politico en los EEUU... de otro modo estas traficando en especulaciones, fantasias y deseos frustrados... Te reto a que lo hagas... Tira pa' lante si es que puedes...
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Jajajajaajajaja dejame ver Carlota jajajajajajajaja.. si puedo activar a mi agencia de investigadores y que esclarezcan el asunto de una vez y por todas jajajajajajajajajajajajajajajajajaja. En realidad no creo que hace falta tanto y me extraña que un auto proclamado "mente agil" como tu no vea la conexion todavia pero antes de sacarte de la tinieblas prefiero que sigas bruto un rato mas, quizas hasta tu misma te des cuenta de la conexion solita. Mientras tanto les dejo a los demas foristas con este videito (estoy seguro que ya tu lo viste mother pitiyanqui) de como Faux News se canta la victima de ellos mismos en el escandalo ahhhjajajajajajajajajajajaja, en realidad el mundo del republikkkanete es tremenda locura.

[media]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=n9gOSsvLIO4&feature=player_embedded[/media]



Y es que Faux news como demuestra el video estan locos por que el calenton se vaya jajajajajajajajajajajajajajajajaja


Oye Carlota y quien soy yo para quitarte el dressing de la ensalada cortesia de tu dios de la guerra, despues de todo tu eres el que te motivas a extraerlo jajajajajajajajajajajaajajaja. Por algo sera.. verdad negrita?? Edited by napoleon888

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[quote name='napoleon888' timestamp='1310999365' post='2934108']
Jajajajaajajaja dejame ver Carlota jajajajajajajaja.. si puedo activar a mi agencia de investigadores y que esclarezcan el asunto de una vez y por todas jajajajajajajajajajajajajajajajajaja. En realidad no creo que hace falta tanto y me extraña que un auto proclamado "mente agil" como tu no vea la conexion todavia pero antes de sacarte de la tinieblas prefiero que sigas bruto un rato mas, quizas hasta tu misma te des cuenta de la conexion solita. Mientras tanto les dejo a los demas foristas con este videito (estoy seguro que ya tu lo viste mother pitiyanqui) de como Faux News se canta la victima de ellos mismos en el escandalo ahhhjajajajajajajajajajajaja, en realidad el mundo del republikkkanete es tremenda locura.

[media]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=n9gOSsvLIO4&feature=player_embedded[/media]



Y es que Faux news como demuestra el video estan locos por que el calenton se vaya jajajajajajajajajajajajajajajajaja


Oye Carlota y quien soy yo para quitarte el dressing de la ensalada cortesia de tu dios de la guerra, despues de todo tu eres el que te motivas a extraerlo jajajajajajajajajajajaajajaja. Por algo sera.. verdad negrita??
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Ja, ja, ja, ja... Sigues Evadiendo el asunto medular aqui. Este no es un escandalo ni de Fox, ni de la politica de los EEUU. Por mas que tu quieras adelantarte a el evento, si es que llega, esto es un problema del gobierno britanico...

Ja, ja, ja, ja... Bendito si nuestro Arturito "Bocachula" Rimjob cantante de loas al miembro favorito de su "partido" es el que siempre menciona la extraccion de semen de Ares... Dejame informarte que Ares todavia no participa de manera alguna en programa de recria alguno. Primero tiene que obterner su titulo de trabajo y obtener su estampa "A" del WUSV para sus caderas y codos. Claro que cuando llegue el momento te avisare para que te puedas suministrar de "blistex"... y hagas buches... Edited by charlie319

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Wow este asuntito se esta poniendo feo, ya se metio el FBI y ahora aparece uno de ellos muerto....que feo maelo!! :hysterical:


[size="4"][b][color="#000080"]

News of the World phone-hacking whistleblower found dead[/color][/b][/size]

Death of Sean Hoare – who was first named journalist to allege Andy Coulson knew of hacking – not being treated as suspicious

Amelia Hill, James Robinson, Caroline Davies
guardian.co.uk, Monday 18 July 2011 18.04 BST


[color="#FF0000"]Sean Hoare, the former News of the World showbiz reporter who was the first named journalist to allege Andy Coulson was aware of phone hacking by his staff, has been found dead, the Guardian has learned.[/color]

Hoare, who worked on the Sun and the News of the World with Coulson before being dismissed for drink and drugs problems, is said to have been found dead at his Watford home.

Hertfordshire police would not confirm his identity, but the force said in a statement: "At 10.40am today [Monday 18 July] police were called to Langley Road, Watford, following the concerns for the welfare of a man who lives at an address on the street. Upon police and ambulance arrival at a property, the body of a man was found. The man was pronounced dead at the scene shortly after.

"The death is currently being treated as unexplained, but not thought to be suspicious. Police investigations into this incident are ongoing."

Hoare first made his claims in a New York Times investigation into the phone-hacking allegations at the News of the World.

He told the newspaper that not only did Coulson know of the phone hacking, but that he actively encouraged his staff to intercept the phone calls of celebrities in the pursuit of exclusives.

In a subsequent interview with the BBC he alleged that he was personally asked by his then-editor, Coulson, to tap into phones. In an interview with the PM programme he said Coulson's insistence that he didn't know about the practice was "a lie, it is simply a lie".

At the time a Downing Street spokeswoman said Coulson totally and utterly denied the allegations and said he had "never condoned the use of phone hacking and nor do I have any recollection of incidences where phone hacking took place".
[b]
Sean Hoare, a one-time close friend of Coulson's, told the New York Times the two men first worked together at the Sun, where, Hoare said, he played tape recordings of hacked messages for Coulson. At the News of the World, Hoare said he continued to inform Coulson of his activities. Coulson "actively encouraged me to do it", Hoare said.[/b]

In September last year, he was interviewed under caution by police over his claims that the former Tory communications chief asked him to hack into phones when he was editor of the paper, but declined to make any comment.

Hoare returned to the spotlight last week, after he told the New York Times that reporters at the News of the World were able to use police technology to locate people using their mobile phone signals in exchange for payments to police officers.

He said journalists were able to use a technique called "pinging" which measured the distance between mobile handsets and a number of phone masts to pinpoint its location.

Hoare gave further details about the use of "pinging" to the Guardian last week. He described how reporters would ask a news desk executive to obtain the location of a target: "Within 15 to 30 minutes someone on the news desk would come back and say 'right that's where they are.'"

He said: "You'd just go to the news desk and they'd just come back to you. You don't ask any questions. You'd consider it a job done. The chain of command is one of absolute discipline and that's why I never bought into it, like with Andy saying he wasn't aware of it and all that. That's bollocks."

He said he would stand by everything he had told the New York Times about "pinging". "I don't know how often it happened. That would be wrong of me. But if I had access as a humble reporter … "

He admitted he had had problems with drink and drugs and had been in rehab. "But that's irrelevant," he said. "There's more to come. This is not going to go away."

Hoare named a private investigator who he said had links with the News of the World, adding: "He may want to talk now because I think what you'll find now is a lot of people are going to want to cover their arse."

Speaking to another Guardian journalist last week, Hoare repeatedly expressed the hope that the hacking scandal would lead to journalism in general being cleaned up and said he had decided to blow the whistle on the activities of some of his former News of the World colleagues with that aim in mind.

He also said he had been injured the previous weekend while taking down a marquee erected for a children's party. He said he had broken his nose and badly injured his foot when a relative accidentally struck him with a heavy pole from the marquee.

Hoare also emphasised that he was not making any money from telling his story. Hoare, who has been treated for drug and alcohol problems, reminisced about partying with former pop stars and said he missed the days when he was able to go out on the town.

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Sigue siendo en GB y no en los EEUU... Veo que le dieron el tratamiento que le dieron al director de coro, Donald Young, en Chicago... Edited by charlie319

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Pero esto es una noticia de [b]USA[/b] o es una noticia internacional de [b]EUROPA???[/b]....Este temita va por el mismo camino que el famoso y fallido temita de Nap@ ..[b]El Inception Republicano!!!...[/b]Las urracas izquierdistas estan mas locas que una gallina sin cabeza!!!

Hasta el momento que escribo este mensaje no hay pruebas de que esto tenga algo que ver con USA!!!

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Quizas por que Fox reporta los escandalos y excesos de la administracion infalible del idolo de ebano...

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[quote name='Chemo' timestamp='1311029492' post='2934157']
Pero esto es una noticia de [b]USA[/b] o es una noticia internacional de [b]EUROPA???[/b]....Este temita va por el mismo camino que el famoso y fallido temita de Nap@ ..[b]El Inception Republicano!!!...[/b]Las urracas izquierdistas estan mas locas que una gallina sin cabeza!!!

Hasta el momento que escribo este mensaje no hay pruebas de que esto tenga algo que ver con USA!!!
[/quote]

Jajajajajajaja escucharon el eco?aparte de cargamaletas Lazarito se metio a repetidora. Pero que bien lo hace!!!!

Woooooooooooooooooo

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Arturito "bocachula" Rimjob Aka Nap@ una ves mas esta quedando en ridiculo al no poder probar sus teorias pendejas , esta noticia hasta ahora no tiene [b]NADA QUE VER CON USA!!![/b] :hysterical:


Dito ese mamarracho no pega una!!!

jajajajajajajajajajajajaajajajajaaaaaaaaaaaaaa!!!!

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[quote name='Chemo' timestamp='1311050443' post='2934174']
Arturito "bocachula" Rimjob Aka Nap@ una ves mas esta quedando en ridiculo al no poder probar sus teorias pendejas , esta noticia hasta ahora no tiene [b]NADA QUE VER CON USA!!![/b] :hysterical:


Dito ese mamarracho no pega una!!!

jajajajajajajajajajajajaajajajajaaaaaaaaaaaaaa!!!!
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Y que lo digas tu lazarito que el pitiyanquismo no te deja entender ningun articulo que se ha puesto aqui por ser en ingles, que triste debe ser tener laa GRINGOlas puestas y no entender verdad negrita. Pero para que te vayas enterando el pin head de esta organizacion fatula de noticias es el manda mas de fox news...si ese mismo canal que has tratado de ver tantas veces con subtitulos a ver si agarras algo y pasas por republikkkano. Decir que no tiene que ver NADA con tu nacion seria un understatement no crees negrita? Pero que mas se podria esperar de ti Lazaro Pilla-do ni siquiera conoces tu identidad que sera de lo que compete o no en tu "nacion"

Bendito nene

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No tan solo la inminente caida de la maquinaria propagandistica nazi-republikkkana esta en peligro con este escandalo sino que algunos de los militantes de ese partido van a tener que hacer maravillas para tratar de salvar Faux News y a la misma vez aparentar que tienen algun interes en que Ruperto Goebbels pague por lo que ha hecho. Ahora resulta que familiares de las victimas de 9/11 estan pidiendo una investigacion. Por lo menos se sabe que en esto de ser hipocritas los maestros son los republikkkanos veamos como hacer su malabarismo para aparentar ser los buenos cuando en realidad son los malos de la pelicula...

For the past week, family members of 9/11 victims stood idly by as an international phone-hacking scandal shook Rupert Murdoch's media empire.

Yesterday, they took a stand.

An outspoken group of family members issued a public letter to the FBI and U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder, asking to be included in the FBI's probe of Murdoch's News Corporation.

'It is upsetting that there now exists an allegation that a newspaper would seek to illegally obtain information about their loved ones, and perhaps even their own personal lives, and exploit it for profit," said their lawyer, Norman Siegel. "We need to determine whether or not such unconscionable acts in fact took place."

"We want to find out what's going on," said Sally Regenhard, who lost her firefighter son, Christian, in the towers.

The letter was address to Holder, Robert Mueller, Director of the FBI, and Representative John Conyers of the House Judiciary Committee.

Yesterday, News Corp stocks continued to fall as Murdoch's flagship US property, The Wall Street Journal, attempted damage control by publishing an editorial meant to separate the paper from its parent company, while accusing rivals of "schadenfreude."

"We also trust that readers can see through the commercial and ideological motives of our competitor-critics ... They want their readers to believe, based on no evidence, that the tabloid excesses of one publication somehow tarnish thousands of other News Corp. journalists across the world," read the editorial.

"The Journal's editorial is disingenuous," said Columbia University media ethics professor Todd Gitlin. "It is a dishonest piece of right-wing propaganda. This is a case of doing the boss's bidding. It deserves no respect."


Proximo acto ... patriotismo y nacialismo republikkkano-hipocrita en accion...

WOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO

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Bueno "Janitorr" deja de oler los vapores de los solventes del closet de escobas... Mira, este lio lleva ya como un par de semanas y todavia es la hora que el problema de "News Corp" no deja de circunscribirse a su operacion en Gran Bretana donde uno o mas empleados lograron "hackear" unos telefonos. El martes pasado, el Senador Jay Rockefeller (D-West Va.), y la Senadora Barbara Boxer (D-Calif.) enviaron una carta a sus panitas en el Departmento de Justicia y en la "Securities and Exchange Commission", pidiendo que investigaran a Nes Corp para ver si habia violado el Foreign Corrupt Practices Act. El miercoles, los Senadores Frank Lautenberg (D-N.J.) y Robert Menendez (D-N.J.) hicieron eco de la carta de Rockefeller y Boxer mientras el Representante Peter King (R-N.Y.) le escribio al director del FBI, Robert Mueller. Deesto ya hace una semana y todavia no se oye nada del DOJ excepto que las han recibido y que estas serian revisadas. Sin embargo, eso no gaarantiza una investigacion. El problema para los pajeros mentales de izquierda como Arturito "bocachula" Rimjob estriba en que de demostrarse que un empleado de News Corp o una de sus subsidiarias violo el Foreign Corrupt Practices Act, su conducta podria ameritar cargos serios (felony) y cualquier persona hallada culpable de esa conducta podria recibir la pena mas severa contemplada bajo esa ley... Sin embargo, no se ha logrado vincular a nadie fuera de GB con el "escandalo" que ha manchado al gobierno britanico y a Scotland Yard.

Para un analisis adicional, traigo este articulo de Front-Page News:

Tempests in a British Teapot

Posted By Rich Trzupek On July 19, 2011 @ 12:21 am In Daily Mailer,FrontPage | 1 Comment


There’s no doubt that the News Corp. scandal in the United Kingdom is indeed a scandal. Yet, is it the end of the world for Rupert Murdoch? Is it definitive proof that Murdoch’s media empire is unprincipled, undisciplined and evil? Does it warrant a congressional investigation? Is it the singular event that will bring down Fox News and the Wall Street Journal, as the Left so fervently hopes?

The answer to all of these questions would appear to be “no[u].” Phone hacking is reprehensible even by the sketchy standards of tabloid journalism, in addition to actually being illegal. But the self-righteous clamor resounding from the Left over a British scandal is several orders of magnitude removed from the story’s importance to American audiences.[/u] The Left’s unqualified delight in finding a piece of Murdoch’s media empire caught doing something wrong says a lot more about the way leftists think than it does about News Corp.

[b]The nation is in the midst of a high-stakes struggle over the debt, taxes and spending, but you’d hardly know it from looking at Media Matters for America’s website.[/b] The Fox-obsessed recent journalism grads at Media Matters have been foaming at the mouth since the scandal broke: “The DOJ And Congress Need To Get Involved In Murdoch Hacking Scandal,” “Senators: Investigate News Corp.,” “Expert: Hacking May Have Violated U.S. Law.” Those are just some of the headlines featured on Media Matters’ banner as of Sunday night. For Media Matters, as for much of the rest of the Left, this is the most important story in the world.

Even the relatively less delusional Associated Press couldn’t help but pile on. An AP story dated July 17 related the facts of the scandal, as well as much of the speculation, but not before taking a gratuitous swipe at Murdoch’s media empire:

[b]Though the former executive, Rebekah Brooks, and the police chief, Paul Stephenson, have denied wrongdoing, both developments are ominous not only for Murdoch’s News Corp., but for a British power structure that nurtured a cozy relationship with his papers for years.[/b]

Overall, mainstream media outlets have had a hard time hiding their glee over Murdoch’s embarrassment. MSNBC declared: “Murdoch Empire Under Threat,” while ABC treated readers to a detailed, none-too-flattering examination of the entire Murdoch clan in a piece entitled “Faces of a Scandal.”

Mainstream media have never understood how or why News Corp. has been so successful, refusing to believe that outlets like Fox News attract viewers because they are more in tune with the American psyche than the other big networks. [b]The leftist narrative declares that nefarious, underhanded tactics have to be the source of Fox’s success and that of other News Corp. outlets. The hacking scandal is the “proof” they’ve been so desperately waiting for; no matter that it involved a now-defunct tabloid that was published in a nation half a world away. [/b][u]We would have never seen this kind of media feeding frenzy had the scandal involved some equally obscure outlet (by American standards) owned by The New York Times or one of the old networks.[/u]

Color of Change used the scandal as an excuse to further exhibit its News Corp. hatred. Protesters associated with the Soros-linked organization rallied outside of Murdoch’s home in New York, holding signs with messages like “Rupert Murdoch Profits From FOX News Racism” and “Race Baiting, Phone Hacking, Anything For Profit.” Color of Change was founded by Van Jones and James Rucker, a former director at MoveOn.org. Fox News is one of the organization’s favorite targets, smearing the network with claims that it is both racist and bigoted.

[b]It’s beyond ironic to see such an outfit obsess over Murdoch. The Australian-born media mogul makes no bones about his politics and he runs his media empire directly, and in the light of day. In contrast, George Soros, who has spent millions on media organization, hides in the shadows, funneling money into supposedly independent organizations, many of which follow the same agenda.[/b]

That contrast and the way this scandal has become a cause célèbre is symptomatic of what’s wrong with old media. The problem with journalism today is not about tabloid reporters who clearly and flagrantly step over the line or with bosses who try to protect them. They need to be punished, but they hardly compromise the institution of journalism – whatever their political leaning. But this is not a systemic problem. We should be far more concerned about the state of the institution itself and the norms and mores that define it.

News of the World royal reporter Clive Goodman and private investigator Glenn Mulcaire have been prosecuted for the hackings and anyone who connived with them, or covered up for them, should be as well. But what of the thousands of other “mainstream” reporters who play a deeper, much more subtle game every single day? What of the subtle turns of phrases and clever shifts of focus that are designed to slowly erode away one manner of thinking and replace it with another? [b]What of the editing tricks that television journalists and leftist film-makers use to elicit powerful emotions, directed toward those causes they support?[/b]

Clearly, no journalist or film-maker is going to be prosecuted for these sins, and I’m not suggesting that they should be. But, in the grand scheme of things, [b]we must ask ourselves: are we more troubled by individuals who would break the law in pursuit of a story, or by an institution that regularly twists the story in support of an ideology?[/b]


Y en Adweek:

Rupert Murdoch Gets Lucky
Timing of scandal protecting News Corp. in U.S.

By Katy Bachman, Anthony Crupi

The News Corp. hacking scandal hasn’t yet hit the big time in the U.S. But if it does, Rupert Murdoch and his global empire will have a real advantage: Timing. Both in Washington, where Congress might otherwise jump to investigate, and in the world of television advertising, [b]News Corp. finds itself in a relatively safe position, thanks to pure dumb luck[/b].

In D.C., the ongoing debt ceiling debate may be the best thing to happen to News Corp. this year. With Congress under the gun to try and resolve the nation's potential financial quagmire, the idea of going after big, bad News Corp. is taking a back seat, for now.
[u]Only a small group of Democratic members of Congress have spoken out on the scandal. Just two, Sen. Dick Durbin, D-Ill., and Rep. Anna Eshoo, D-Calif., have called for Congress itself to investigate. The rest, including the sole Republican to jump on the issue, Rep. Peter King, R-N.Y., asked the Department of Justice or the Securities and Exchange Commission to look in to the matter, rather than Congress[/u].

[u]Now that the FBI has opened up an inquiry, there seems to be little motivation, for Democrats to call for more investigation when they could be criticized by the GOP for taking their eye off what is arguably the nation's most pressing problem[/u]. Sen. Jim DeMint, R-S.C., previewed that message in an appearance on “Meet the Press” this weekend, saying, "We need to let law enforcement work here. Congress has had—has got a big issue in front of us. We need to handle our own business for a change.”

From a business perspective, too, News Corp. has gotten lucky. The upfront at which its Fox network sold its advertising inventory for the end of this year and most of next ended in June, before the scandal exploded. Without a hacking cloud hanging over its head, Fox sold $2.2 billion in advertising commitments for 2011-12, or about 80 percent of its available prime time inventory.

Now it’s too late for the companies who bought that time to pull out. They’ve missed the deadline to cancel their buys for now through September, which they bought at last year’s upfront, and are not allowed to cancel any portion of their buy for the fourth quarter of this year. The earliest they could move to cancel anything is October 1, when they could pull advertising from Fox’s first quarter schedule, and even then they could only dump 25 percent of what they bought for that quarter.

It helps that, for now, most TV buyers still see the problems at News Corp. as a localized outbreak, [u]one that’s failed to spread beyond the company’s newspaper unit, [b]much less to the U.S[/b][/u].

“None of our clients have even brought up the issue, beyond the general chitchat you’re hearing everywhere else in New York,” said one national TV buyer. “There’s no telling what revelations will bubble up, but right now it’s a question of whether we think clients are going to pull out of ‘The X Factor’ and risk losing all those [viewers] because something that a lot of people still haven’t engaged with completely happened in an English tabloid. And the answer to that would be an unqualified, ‘no.”

Fox News Channel isn’t at particular risk for advertiser pullout either. For one thing, the clients who advertise on prime time shows such as “The O’Reilly Factor” and “Hannity” would be hard-pressed to find the kinds of audiences those shows draw anywhere else. Last week, O’Reilly averaged 2.95 million viewers in its 8 p.m. EDT slot, four-and-a-half times what CNN was able to get with its now-canceled show “In the Arena.”

“News has very particular targets: the viewers are older, they’re very dependent on things like pharma and direct marketing,” the buyer said. “You can make that up by doing a whole bunch of local buys, but unless you’ve got a compelling reason to walk away from those ratings, why would you?”

Naturally, if the FBI can dig up sufficient evidence linking News Corp. to hacking here, especially if that involves attempts to tap the voicemails or call records of the victims of the Sept. 11, 2011, attacks, all bets are off.

“Any tie to 9/11 is going to be devastating, because that’s sacrosanct,” said a senior media buyer. “[But] we’ll see what happens. Any inquiry is likely to be drawn-out for years and the Murdochs could just as easily be long gone before any final conclusions are made.

“In the short term, I don’t see this having a big impact on their TV business.”


Too bad; So sad...

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Esto sigue siendo una noticia Britanica que no tiene nada que ver con USA!!!...Pero Bocachula Arturito Rimjob sigue en su pajareta mental y sus fallidas teorias de conspiracion!!!....jajajajajajajajajajajaja

Dito Bocachula no pegas una!!...bruto como centella!!!

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[quote name='napoleon888' timestamp='1311082019' post='2934200']
No tan solo la inminente caida de la maquinaria propagandistica nazi-republikkkana esta en peligro con este escandalo sino que algunos de los militantes de ese partido van a tener que hacer maravillas para tratar de salvar Faux News y a la misma vez aparentar que tienen algun interes en que Ruperto Goebbels pague por lo que ha hecho. Ahora resulta que familiares de las victimas de 9/11 estan pidiendo una investigacion. Por lo menos se sabe que en esto de ser hipocritas los maestros son los republikkkanos veamos como hacer su malabarismo para aparentar ser los buenos cuando en realidad son los malos de la pelicula...

For the past week, family members of 9/11 victims stood idly by as an international phone-hacking scandal shook Rupert Murdoch's media empire.

Yesterday, they took a stand.

An outspoken group of family members issued a public letter to the FBI and U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder, asking to be included in the FBI's probe of Murdoch's News Corporation.

'It is upsetting that there now exists an allegation that a newspaper would seek to illegally obtain information about their loved ones, and perhaps even their own personal lives, and exploit it for profit," said their lawyer, Norman Siegel. "We need to determine whether or not such unconscionable acts in fact took place."

"We want to find out what's going on," said Sally Regenhard, who lost her firefighter son, Christian, in the towers.

The letter was address to Holder, Robert Mueller, Director of the FBI, and Representative John Conyers of the House Judiciary Committee.

Yesterday, News Corp stocks continued to fall as Murdoch's flagship US property, The Wall Street Journal, attempted damage control by publishing an editorial meant to separate the paper from its parent company, while accusing rivals of "schadenfreude."

"We also trust that readers can see through the commercial and ideological motives of our competitor-critics ... They want their readers to believe, based on no evidence, that the tabloid excesses of one publication somehow tarnish thousands of other News Corp. journalists across the world," read the editorial.

"The Journal's editorial is disingenuous," said Columbia University media ethics professor Todd Gitlin. "It is a dishonest piece of right-wing propaganda. This is a case of doing the boss's bidding. It deserves no respect."


Proximo acto ... patriotismo y nacialismo republikkkano-hipocrita en accion...

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Ja,ja,ja,ja... You can't have it both ways... La tipa esa, Sally Regenhard, fue descrita como una egocentrica cuando protesto en contra de la mezquita en el lugar de las torres gemelas. Ahora que la tipa esta indignada con el problema britanico es tu panita? Vaya malabares e hipocresia de los liberaletes rimbaudisticos estos...

BTW, "outspoken" es un eufemismo para describir a alguien que esta mas alla de lo razonable... algo asi como cuando decimos que tu eres un "chico fino"... nos referimos a tus dotes rimbauditicas y tus habilidades para pulir perillas de puertas.

Ya que nadie mas que tu hace el vinculo entre los empleados de un difunto periodico britanico y conspiraciones a lo largo y lo mas alto del imperio de Rupert Murdoch, porque tu no te pones tu disfraz de Oliver Stone y nos explicas como es que ese escandalo que parece estar limitado a Gran Bretana tiene vignecia dentro de nuestra jurisdiccion y si ese es el caso, como es que afectaria criminalmente a una empresa aparte como Fox News? Edited by charlie319

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[quote name='charlie319' timestamp='1311083019' post='2934203']
Ja,ja,ja,ja... You can't have it both ways... La tipa esa, Sally Regenhard, fue descrita como una egocentrica cuando protesto en contra de la mezquita en el lugar de las torres gemelas. Ahora que la tipa esta indignada con el problema britanico es tu panita? Vaya malabares e hipocresia de los liberaletes rimbaudisticos estos...

BTW, "outspoken" es un eufemismo para describir a alguien que esta mas alla de lo razonable... algo asi como cuando decimos que tu eres un "chico fino"... nos referimos a tus dotes rimbauditicas y tus habilidades para pulir perillas de puertas.

Ya que nadie mas que tu hace el vinculo entre los empleados de un difunto periodico britanico y conspiraciones a lo largo y lo mas alto del imperio de Rupert Murdoch, porque tu no te pones tu disfraz de Oliver Stone y nos explicas como es que ese escandalo que parece estar limitado a Gran Bretana tiene vignecia dentro de nuestra jurisdiccion y si ese es el caso, como es que afectaria criminalmente a una empresa aparte como Fox News?
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Charlie no se la pongas tan dificil a Arturito que ya tu sabes que cuando se le hacen preguntas incisivas la negrita sale corriendo como yegua esnua con tal de no contestar o ser confrontado ...todos sabemos cuantos temas Nap@s Times ha dejado inconclusos cuando llega el momento de dar explicaciones sobre las teorias de conspiracion!!!

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Me pregunto cuando los adultos y diz que profesionales del foro van a comentar sobre el tema ? Tan dificil les es? Ya cansan...... :idiot:

Regresando al tema hoy atacaron a Murdoch con crema de afeitar y la mujer le cayo encima al atacando, aparte los hackers atacaron su sitio.


[b][color="#FF0000"]Murdoch es atacado por hackers[/color][/b]
El magnate del periodismo fue víctima de un ataque luego de la controversia en la que está inmerso debido a las escuchas telefónicas recientemente reveladas.

18 de julio de 2011 por Aranzazú Ayala Sección Internacional


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El dueño de News Corporation, Rupert Murdoch,[/color] fue atacado la madrugada del martes (hora de Inglaterra) por el grupo de piratas informáticos Lulz Security.

Los hackers atacaron los sitios web de los periódicos The Times y The Sun, publicando una noticia falsa acerca de la muerte del magnate de la industria periodística.

El diario estadounidense The New York Times informó que la página www.new-times.co.uk, supuestamente creada para informar a los lectores acerca de un cambio de diseño en los periódicos de Murdoch, tenía el obituario donde se informada que el australiano había fallecido debido a una sobredosis.

Pese a los esfuerzos de News Corporation para evitar los ataques y la publicación de información falsa, los hackers lograron que las páginas de ambos periódicos fueran inaccesibles hasta las 3:30 a.m. hora de Reino Unido.

Los miembros de Lulz Security informaron que accedieron a las cuentas privadas de correo de los trabajadores de The Sun y The Times. Pese a que el grupo de atacantes anunciaron en junio que habían dejado por un tiempo la piratería informática, los hechos recientes dejan ver que la tregua ha llegado a su fin.

Lulz Security ha atacado anteriormente a la CIA, así como el canal Sony, el sitio web del Senado estadounidense y la televisión pública de dicho país.

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