Bloodbath as Murdoch Gang tears itself apart
Better than any soap opera, the fall of the media tycoon's empire could topple a premier, writes John McEntee
Ross Kemp, the first husband of Rupert Murdoch's fallen British chief Rebekah Brooks, won a Bafta award for his Sky TV investigations into violent gangs around the globe from Jamaica to London, taking in Bulgaria, Moscow and South Africa.
The tongue- in-cheek speculation in London salons this weekend is when will the former EastEnders star get around to making a documentary about the Murdoch Gang?
For the antics of Sun King Rupert, heir-apparent James, flame-haired Rebekah, son-in-law Matthew 'Dark Arts' Freud, Andy Coulson, Neil 'Wolfman' Wallis, not to mention departing Scotland Yard Commissioner Sir Paul 'Champneys' Stephenson and the dead whistleblower Sean Hoare are surely the stuff of soap opera.