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  • Business journalist James Hipwell said voice-mail interceptions were an everyday activity at Britain's Daily Mirror tabloid, where Mr. Hipwell worked in the late 1990s as a columnist providing stock tips.

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  • Mr. Hipwell expressed remorse over his role in the stock scam but said he always believed his former boss had been as guilty as he was.

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