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After editor's departure, Washington Post's publisher faces questions about phone hacking stories

  • In mainstream American journalism, it's deemed unethical for a publisher to interfere in news decisions, especially if it relates to them.
  • The New York Times reported Lewis informed Buzbee that a legal development involving Prince Harry didn't warrant coverage in the Post. The case involves phone hacking by Murdoch-owned newspapers. Plaintiffs claim Lewis attempted to suppress evidence, which he denies.
  • Plaintiffs allege Lewis tried to suppress evidence in a legal case, including by destroying it.
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