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Fake Sheikh: Tabloid 'king of sting' jailed for 15 months

King of Sting reporter gets 15 months in jail

Reuters/London Journalist Mazher Mahmood, renowned for his fake sheikh undercover sting operations for media mogul Rupert Murdoch's tabloids, was jailed for 15 months yesterday for tampering with evidence in a high-profile trial. Mahmood, 53, ... Gulf Times, 6 days ago

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News UK faces civil claims totalling millions after Mazher Mahmood trial

Rupert Murdoch's newspapers face more than 40 cases and calls for second Leveson inquiry after Fake Sheikh is jailed Rupert Murdoch's newspaper group faces more than 40 civil claims totalling millions of pounds and demands for a second inquiry into ...
 The Guardian6 days ago Sentence for Mazher Mahmood closes one chapter, but the legal fallout rumbles on  The Guardian6 days ago News UK faces legal claims that could 'dwarf' phone hacking after 'Fake Sheikh' conviction  TechGig3 weeks ago

Norfolk man handed one year sentence after 'fake Sheikh' sting

Norfolk man Alan Smith has been handed a 12-month sentence after he conspired with 'fake Sheikh' Mazher Mahmood to suppress evidence in the collapsed drugs trial of pop star Tulisa Contostavlos. The pair were involved in an elaborate sting for the ...
 ITV.com6 days ago Norfolk man faces jail after "Fake Sheikh" Tulisa sting  ITV.com3 weeks ago
The Telegraph

Fake Sheikh gets 15 years in prison

Pakistani origin journalist Mazher Mahmood, 53, known as the "Fake Sheikh", was today sent to prison for 15 months for "perverting the course of justice" in the collapsed drugs trial of pop star Tulisa Contostavlos.
 The Telegraph6 days ago

Greenslade Why did News UK go on employing Mazher Mahmood?

Publisher and Scotland Yard have questions to answer after ignoring a series of warnings about the truth of the Fake Skeikh's unorthodox form of journalism Mazher Mahmood is set to spend seven or so months in jail and some will say justice has been ...
 The Guardian6 days ago

News UK fires jailed undercover reporter Mazher Mahmood — but vows to fight any legal claims against the 'Fake Sheikh'

Mazher Mahmood. BBC Just two weeks ago, News UK was refusing to comment on the employment status of investigative journalist Mazher Mahmood. But now the so-called "Fake Sheikh" has been , Rupert Murdoch's company has broken its silence. Mahmood ...
 Business Insider UK6 days ago

Mazher Mahmood: a timeline of the 'Fake Sheikh''s rise and fall

Undercover reporter rose to fame for his front-page scoops and tabloid stings, some of which resulted in prosecutions 1963: Born in Birmingham to journalist parents. 1970s: Begins his career helping his parents produce Urdu-language paper. 1979: ...
 The Guardian6 days ago

After Mazher Mahmood, Murdoch cannot be let off the hook | Brian Cathcart

The Fake Sheikh has been jailed for 15 months for lying in the service of News UK. It's time for Leveson part two to begin, and end the company's corruption How often is a prominent personality in a well-known company convicted of serious crime? It ...
 The Guardian6 days ago

UK News Corp faces lawsuits from 20 Fake Sheikh targets

US financier who dated Sarah Ferguson among alleged victims suing News UK parent over vile conduct of Mazher Mahmood while at News of the World An American financier who once dated Prince Andrew's former wife, Sarah Ferguson, is among a group of 20 ...
 The Guardian3 weeks ago Fake Sheikh, Fox News, David Baddiel  The Guardian3 weeks ago

The king of stings has fallen from grace, but the sting still has its place

Mazher Mahmood's conviction was no surprise, but it's also no reason for regulating such tactics out of existence Remember Sam Allardyce's mournful lament: Entrapment won. But entrapment can also lose, very heavily: and there's no sign that Mazher ...
 The Guardian2 weeks ago
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