Sara Payne’s phone hacked by News of the World
Evidence found by the Metropolitan Police's Operation Weeting suggests that the mother of murdered schoolgirl Sarah Payne was amongst those targeted - and on the mobile phone that Rebekah Brooks gave her as a gift
Evidence found by the Metropolitan Police’s Operation Weeting suggests that the mother of murdered schoolgirl Sarah Payne was amongst those targeted – and on the mobile phone that Rebekah Brooks gave her as a gift.
Sara Payne had previously been assured that she hadn’t been targeted but the latest evidence, found by the Metropolitan Police’s Operation Weeting, reveals that News of the World investigator Glenn Mulcaire could have been intercepting her voicemails.
Sara Payne has had a long-standing relationship with the newspaper since her daughter was abducted and murdered in 2000. News of the World championed her campaign for the introduction of Sarah’s Law, whereby families are informed if paedophiles are living in their area.
Sara formed what she thought were strong friendships with journalists from News of the World, including Rebekah Brooks, who gave her the phone to stay in contact with her supporters.
She even wrote a final column for the newspaper’s final edition earlier this month and described it like ‘a friend had died’, when the publication finally closed.
The Labour MP Tom Watson who has been a severe critic of the phone hacking scandal said: ‘This is a new low. The last edition of the News of the World made great play of the paper’s relationship with the Payne family. Now this.
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