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    Cops Search Brooks's Home

    FILE - Former Chief executive of News International, Rebekah Brooks leaves a hotel in central London, in this Sunday, July 10, 2011 file photo.  Sky television sources reported on Sunday July 17 2011 that Brookes had been arrested by police investigating a phone hacking and corruption scandal that has engulfed Rupert Murdoch's British media company. Scotland Yard confirmed that a 43 year old woman had been arrested. (AP Photo/Sang Tan, file)

    Sang Tan / AP Photo

    Rupert Murdoch’s flame-haired former deputy Rebekah Brooks is back in jail, part of a police sweep that took in five others in an investigation into phone hacking at News Corp. Brooks’s husband, horse trainer Charlie Brooks, was also taken in. The arrests constitute the biggest haul since the beginning of the investigation; police say that several addresses related to the arrests were also searched. Brooks was editor of News of the World and then CEO of News International, Murdoch’s newspaper arm, until she resigned in July. She was arrested and bailed out last summer.

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