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    NotW Hollywood Reporter Arrested

    Phone hacking claims. Police outside the offices of News International in Wapping, London. Picture date: Friday July 8, 2011. Prime Minister David Cameron today promised action to "get to the bottom" of the phone hacking scandal but said it was not just about the press but about the police and "about how politics works too". Mr Cameron spoke out as as shockwaves from the scandal, which forced the closure of the 168-year-old News of the World last night, continued to reverberate. See PA story POLITICS Hacking. Photo credit should read: Sean Dempsey/PA Wire URN:11157447 (Press Association via AP Images)

    Sean Dempsey, Press Association / AP Photo

    Police in Britain have arrested News of the World’s former Hollywood reporter James Desborough—their 13th arrest since phone-hacking investigations began. Desborough, who was promoted to be the paper’s U.S. editor in 2009, was charged with conspiring to intercept communications. Desborough’s move to the U.S. raises the question whether he brought the illegal methods he is accused of practicing in Britain across the Atlantic with him. He wrote for News of the World until it closed last month.

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