ATLANTA July 18, 2011 SPOOFEM.COM
The UK paper faces several allegations including journalists paying police for information and hacking into the voicemails of young murder victims, the grieving families of dead soldiers, politicians, celebrities and the royal family. Because of the firestorm of accusations, the paper shut its doors earlier this month.
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