WikiLeaks Claimed It Had Submitted 100-page Dossier Over UK Leveson Inquiry

Posted on Mar 9 2012 - 6:34am by Editorial Staff

Good to known as releasing leaked information of different issues, things and more around the word, WikiLeaks has revealed that the UK’s public inquiry into the culture and ethics of the British media has requested a submission on corruption in the UK press, to which it has obliged by submitting a 100-page dossier.

WikiLeaks confirmed that the request had been made via its official Twitter account yesterday afternoon although it does spell ‘Leveson’ incorrectly. The fact that a request has been made through such an official route will surprise many. WikiLeaks sighs in picture to many from time to time as it is good to known as in terms of revealing the things around the world.

Some recap: last year in July David Cameron, UK Prime Minister appointed Lord Justice Leveson to Chair a public inquiry into the culture and ethics of the British media in order to look into the more specific claims figuring it out the News of the World phone-hacking fiasco along side with the second inquiry running alongside reviewing the more general practices of the UK media.

 

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