Mark Hanna, the Head of Security for News International, has been found not guilty in the phone hacking trial at the Old Bailey in London today.
Update – A trial date has been set for the head of security at News International Mark Hanna, and security staff Daryl Jorsling and Lee Sandell, along with four others for charges of perverting the course of justice. The charges relate to allegations that they attempted to hide evidence from the police who were investigating …
Police have arrested Mark Hanna, the director of group security at News International, as part of the police inquiry into allegations of phone hacking.
Five other people were detained in dawn raids including former News International chief executive Rebekah Brooks, and her husband Charlie Brooks – a race horse trainer, Daily Telegraph columnist and friend of the Prime Minister David Cameron.