Mrs. Tina Brown gets a firm drubbing in the transcript released of Rupert Murdoch with two Wall Street Journal reporters. Harry Evans was the editor of the London Times a million years ago. Rupert says:
Harry is not a strong... I don't want to say libelous things. It ended up with a journalist coming to me and saying, "Look, this can't go on" and that "more than half of us are going to take a walk," and so we had to part company. And he decided to write a book with I would say a tremendous number of inventions. It's OK. People feel the need to justify themselves. Harry was and is remains a very gifted person in many ways ... I don't want to defame Harry at all.
Well, that's good! At least we know for sure now that Rupert doesn't actively enjoy getting sued.