scandal has been most traumatic for the
victims whose most intimate conversations
were being tapped. We hear the personal
stories at the heart of the crisis.
Graham Foulkes' son died in the London
bombings. He discovered that 'The News of
the World' had kept all of his details on file.
For him there is an added dimension: the
police may have been complicit in this
information being obtained.
As hacking lawyer Stephen Heffer points
out, "there has clearly been a cozy
relationship between major press interests,
police and politicians". As the investigation
into the hacking gets underway the media,
police and government are all being held to
Yet the real worry for the victims is that
those primarily responsible in their eyes,
the Murdochs, will escape punishment.
"I hope they end up in jail with a good