posted on Jul, 21 2011 @ 04:39 AM
Before his death this past May, BBC radio presenter and musician Big George Webley alleged that a News Corp. entity bugged dressing rooms of celebs
and politicos as far back as 1990. The allegation, if true, would show that News Corp. had a pattern of bugging/hacking over a long period of time
that went far beyond a rogue editor or reporter for News of the World.
Webley died on 7 May 2011, at the age of 53. His personal website reports that Webley collapsed at his family home in Milton Keynes and that the cause
of his death is unknown
and awaiting the Coroner's report.
First it was Big George Webley who relayed a fear of the Murdoch machine and wound up dead. Now it’s Sean Hoare. Two British media whistleblowers.
Two untimely deaths.
Let’s assume that neither was killed by Rupert Murdoch (toxicology reports haven’t been made available; foul play isn’t suspected by British
authorities in either case), but something happened that put the fear of God into both men. Neither was known as a lunatic before their demise, both
simply told the truth to British authorities about what they knew of Mr. Murdoch’s enterprises and died afterward at a relatively young age.
Sean Hoare was found dead at his home in Langley Road, Watford, Hertfordshire, at around 11 am on 18 July 2011.Hertfordshire police have stated that
the death is not suspicious
So there you have it. Rampant assassinations by News Corp and theres nothing we can do about it because they control the media, bribe the politicians
and the police. Not to mention, the deaths of Sean Hoare and Webley have quietly received little coverage on the mainstream news and Murdoch and
friends are now safely away from Justice.
I think theres no point in me asking people to stand up to this monstrosity, because in a couple of days time, we'll all forget about the whole
scandal, brand any one against the official story as conspiracy nuts, and continue watching the X Factor.
edit on 21-7-2011 by CasiusIgnoranze