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LONDON — The story so far: Clive Goodman, a journalist for Rupert Murdoch’s English tabloid, News of the World, was sent to prison in 2007, along with a private detective, Glenn Mulcaire, for hacking into the voice mail messages of Prince William and Prince Henry. News International, the U.K. newspaper-owning subsidiary of Murdoch’s News Corporation, has consistently claimed that the phone hacking was confined to a single rogue reporter, but evidence uncovered by the Guardian and The New York Times has suggested otherwise.
The last few days have seen a flurry of developments in the Murdoch phone-hacking scandal.