Scotland Yard arrests another man over phone hacking case
Britain’s Scotland Yard has arrested a man over alleged payments to police officers by newspapers, the Associated Press reports, citing British media. "He was arrested outside London on suspicion of corruption allegations in contravention of section 1 of the Prevention of Corruption Act 1906, and is being brought to a southwest London police station," the police statement says. It is reported that the arrested is not a policeman, but a current employee of News International. It is the sixth arrest carried out by detectives working in Operation Elveden, which was launched in July following the case involving Rupert Murdoch’s company.So far 16 people have been arrested and bailed on allegations of phone hacking.
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