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Emails show Murdoch editor knew of bribes

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Andy CoulsonLondon police have proof in smoking-gun emails that former News of the World editor Andy Coulson knew of bribes paid to police officers, Reuters reported Thursday.

The evidence, Reuters said, comes in an email exchange between Coulson – who after leaving the paper became spokesman for a time for now-Prime Minister David Cameron – and Clive Goodman, the paper’s then-royals correspondent.

Messages show the two discussing “paying a police contact for restricted information, including phone numbers, of members of the British royal family,” Reuters said.



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