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

It depends what he's not told you the truth about, of course, but can I just expatiate on that. Knowledge of illegal activities such as phone hacking, a failure to intervene and/or a subsequent lying denial of knowledge could all too easily lead to police investigation and charges. The mere fact that there was not actual participation is not the end of the matter, and I can understand why you may not take from a non-criminal practitioner like me, but if one looks at paragraph 3.2(2) of the News International submissions, one sees there reviewed a range of potential offences which are runners and riders in that context, including conspiracy, aiding and abetting, encouraging and --

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