Rupert Murdoch Is Probably Not Done Accounting for Abuses

In this handout photograph provided by News International, Rupert Murdoch, Chairman and CEO of News Corporation, reviews the first edition of The Sun On Sunday as it comes off the presses on February 25, 2012 in Broxbourne, England. Around 3 million copies of 'The Sun On Sunday', the first ever Sunday edition of News Corporation's daily newspaper 'The Sun', are due to go on sale on Sunday February 26, 2012.
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A day after a long-expected attempt to separate his son James from a still-growing scandal, Reuters is reporting that Rupert Murdoch has some more explaining to do. The Leveson Inquiry's investigation of media abuses, including phone hacking and bribery, centers around Murdoch's British newspapers, and he's likely to be summoned to the judicial panel this spring. "[Lord Justice Leveson] has always said he will go where the evidence leads," said the justice's spokesperson, and for now, that's still looking like News Corp. Another editor at Murdoch's Sun was arrested today, becoming the tenth person from the tabloid detained and questioned in the probe.