Piers Morgan Finally Addresses Murdoch Phone Hacking On Air

Breaks week of silence

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After a week of silence on the matter amid a growing chorus of questions surrounding his role in the ballooning phone hacking scandal in Britain, CNN primetime host Piers Morgan has addressed the controversy. On his 9PM show last night, Morgan, who worked as editor of Murdoch's The News of the World in 1994 and editor of rival (non Murdoch-owned tabloid) the Mirror from 1995 to 2004,  said "I do not believe that any story we published [at The News of the World or the Mirror]… was ever gained in an unlawful manner.

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