20 Jul '11, 12am

Dead phone hacking scandal whistleblower 'not suspicious', post mortem shows no 3rd party involved.

The death of Sean Hoare (above), a former News of the World journalist and whistleblower on the escalating phone-hacking scandal, was 'not suspicious' and involved no third party, police said a post-mortem showed on Tuesday. -- PHOTO: AP LONDON - THE death of Sean Hoare, a former News of the World journalist and whistleblower on the escalating phone-hacking scandal, was 'not suspicious' and involved no third party, police said a post-mortem showed on Tuesday. The post-mortem carried out on 47-year-old Hoare, who was found dead at his home on Monday, revealed there was 'no evidence' that anyone else was involved in the death. A toxicology report is expected within weeks. Hoare's body was discovered at his home in Watford, a suburb north of the British capital, less than a year after he became the first named journalist to allege that one-time editor Andy Coulson knew about ...

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