The transcripts of the official inquiry into the culture, practices and ethics of the press. More…

I must say that in my time when I was a crime reporter -- I'm not any more -- I thought all the crime reporters were people who were trustworthy, definitely. I wouldn't -- they were rivals, they were competitors, and it would be very easy for me to say to other officers or press officers, "Oh, this person can't be trusted", but that would be completely self-serving and completely wrong, because they were honest, decent people.

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