Rebekah Brooks Charged with Obstructing Justice in Phone Hacking Case

Rebekah Brooks, the former head of News Corporation's U.K. newspapers, has been charged with obstructing justice in the phone hacking scandal that continues to dog the media giant.  Five other people -- Brooks' husband, Charles; a former chauffeur; an assistant, and members of her security detail -- will be charged with concealing documents and computers from the police, the Crown Prosecution Service said Tuesday.  Also read: Did Rebekah Brooks Try to Ditch Her Computer, Notes and Phone? Beyond that, prosecutors allege that Rebekah Brooks and her, assistant Cheryl Carter, tried to steal seven boxes

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