Brooks husband tries to reclaim mystery computer found in trashcan near home

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24 Responses to “Brooks husband tries to reclaim mystery computer found in trashcan near home”

  1. Anonymous says:

    He tried to get it back from a security guard, not the police. The Guardian have reported it this way:

    ‘It is understood the bag was handed into security at around 3pm and that shortly afterwards, Brooks’s husband, Charlie, arrived and tried to reclaim it. He was unable to prove the bag was his and the security guard refused to release it. Instead, it is understood that the security guard called the police.’

    Either way, suspicious as hell!

  2. Cowicide says:

    The scrambling of the roaches now that some light is cast upon them.

    That all this comes from the same people attached to the parent company of scum-of-the-earth Fox “News” is all too fitting, isn’t it?

  3. fnc says:

    Oopsie!

  4. demidan says:

    Is it just me or doesn’t anyone in England own a hammer ,(for the hard drive), and a fire place?

    Also His exact words were “Hey,,,er, I ah loaned out that computer,,,to my er a friend, yah my Friend! You believe me don’t you?”.

  5. Anonymous says:

    Evidence secured in police custody? Oh yea, real secure.

  6. avraamov says:

    i so hope this turns out to be what it seems.

  7. WalterBillington says:

    The bag was handed in to security by … the Guarniad reporter?!! Salivation.

    You know it goes deep and wide when people are actually dead. Like the WMD, this implicates so many people in such a bad way, that casual coincidences will pop up with a minimal periodicity.

    What about the Policeman’s other ball?

  8. jphilby says:

    GEEZ people. Get a thumbdrive already.

  9. Anonymous says:

    Ed Milliband’s opposition Labour party are to try an push through a bill guaranteeing every man, woman and child in the country a deck chair and bucket of popcorn so they can fully enjoy the way this is playing out.

  10. mccrum says:

    “Watch all the haters come out of the woodwork for this, there’s no story here.”

    That must be what it’s like to work for Fox or something. Seriously, “whoops I accidentally threw out e-mails” went out in 2006.

  11. diginferno says:

    In other news, one of the whistleblowers was found dead.

    CNN article here http://edition.cnn.com/2011/WORLD/europe/07/18/uk.phone.hacking.hoare/index.html?hpt=hp_t2

  12. emmdeeaych says:

    In the words of another Murdoch Employee, Nelson Muntz: “Ha Ha!”

  13. EH says:

    Seeing that the journalist who first spoke of Andy Coulson’s support for the phone hacking was found dead last night, I wouldn’t expect The Police to find Very Much on this laptop.

    http://www.guardian.co.uk/media/2011/jul/18/news-of-the-world-sean-hoare

  14. Antinous / Moderator says:

    shortly afterwards, Brooks’s husband, Charlie, arrived and tried to reclaim it.

    Is there film? Can we Benny Hillify it?

  15. loki_monster says:

    Anyone surprised these arrogant jackasses think the police would be stupid enough to hand the laptop back? This is about to get even better.

  16. pringleflicker says:

    This is now our favourite crime drama. And it’s daily too!

  17. Gemma says:

    …. and now a breach of the WEEE Directive. The criminal acts keep escalating!

  18. jellyfisher says:

    Oh pish posh. I accidentally lose my laptop in the trash all the time!

  19. Nelson.C says:

    This story is the journalistic equivalent of a perpetual motion machine, it just keeps on going. I can hardly wait to read the headlines every morning and through the day.

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