LONDON - A private detective jailed for
illegally intercepting voicemail messages on behalf of a
journalist at one of Rupert Murdoch's British tabloids on Friday
gave lawyers the names of the people he says ordered him to
carry out the phone hacking.
Glen Mulcaire's lawyer, Sarah Webb, said no details would be
released before legal moves by her next week to prevent their
publication while a police probe continues into allegations of
phone hacking by the now closed News of the World
Disclosure of the names would add pressure on News
, the British newspaper arm of Murdoch's News Corp
and shed further light on how widespread phone hacking
was at the tabloid.
Mulcaire, jailed in 2007 along with paper's royal reporter
Clive Goodman, had been ordered to hand over the details by a