But I suspect, I strongly suspect that had my superior told me to hack into anyone's phone, especially that of a missing child(!), I'm betting that I'd say, "Does hell go with no?" And quit. And start my own business as a stripper or cat wrangler or something else useful because I have to live with myself, and I'd prefer not to spend the rest of my life feeling like I was dipped in sh*t. That's just how I roll, son.
Today, Mr. Murdoch, after previously telling his
and now sees the errors of his ways. He has published a full page apology, and spoken to the family of Milly Dowler, the murdered British teenager, whose voicemail was allegedly hacked by staff of News of the World. The reports are that during said apology, he was apparently deeply remorseful. Interesting. Remorseful..because of what happened...or because he was caught? Mr. Murdoch did offer to meet the Dowlers at their home, and they declined; they did not want him in their home.
Here's a link to Rupert: http://youtu.be/CyVvNnlhJrY
UPDATE: great article about Twitter reacting to Murdoch's apology with Shakespearean quotes http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2011/07/16/twitter-reacts-to-murdoch_n_900650.html#s309986&title=michelle_sullivan