Just when you thought it couldn't get worse for James Murdoch and his (literal) parent company News Corp., police are now saying that they felt like News International employees obstructed their investigation.
According Reuters' Michael Holden, "British detectives investigating claims of phone-hacking at Rupert Murdoch's News of the World newspaper in 2006 were impeded by the company's staff and feared violence when they tried to search its offices," adding that sources say News International "probably destroyed or hid incriminating evidence about illegal activities." You know what that means: someone tried to cook the books and they just got caught.
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