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Canter Levin & Berg Employment Solutions Newsletter October 2015
Former head of security at News International, Mark Hanna, had threatened to go public with shock revelations about his employer including confessions made by defendants in the phone hacking trial.
In a late night Youtube video posted last month he said that he was "standing up to all those who sit back and treat us with contempt, the Murdochs and Brooks of the world". However, he has recently settled his employment claim against News UK (successor to News International). He announced the settlement on 17 October in the only tweet on his Twitter page. Almost unbelievably, given the prior strength of his feelings about the matter, he said "Having reviewed this material, I no longer believe the allegations I made to be true.
William Clegg QC secured the acquittal of Mark Hanna, the Head of Security at News International.
Hanna stood trial at the Old Bailey alongside Rebekah and Charlie Brooks.
Storm Operative Security :: Not guilty says ex-News International security guard Daryl Jorsling
Each of his alleged co-conspirators - Rebekah Brooks, the chief executive of News International at the time: Charles Brooks, Rebekah's husband; Mark Hanna, NI's security chief; driver Paul Edwards; and security operative David Johnson - have already entered not guilty pleas.
Rebekah and Charles Brooks together with Mark Hanna are currently on trial.
Mark Hanna withdrew his Employment Tribunal claims against News International for unfair dismissal and 'whistleblowing' after he revealed that a settlement had been reached with the organisation.
Mr Hanna, who joined News International in 2009, made his claims against the news conglomerate after he was dismissed in 2011 for redundancy. Prior to being dismissed from his position Mr Hanna was cleared of criminal charges of conspiring to pervert the course of justice and was on an extended absence of leave whilst he was awaiting trial. Having been cleared of all charges against him Mr Hanna stated that he "fully expected" to be returning to his position as head of security at the organisation but that the business kept "fobbing [him] off" and suggesting that he took more leave. The former head of security claimed he was "shocked" when he was told that he was going to be made redundant and made a Youtube video in September which claimed that at his Employment Tribunal, which was originally scheduled to commence on 30 November 2015, he was going to "shock everybody as well as revealing what it was like working in what was, or is certainly becoming, one of the most hated organisations in the UK". Mr Hanna also claimed that he had made over 250 job applications since his dismissal but had been unable to obtain a new job because of the "stigma" of being involved in the criminal case against Rebekah Brooks, which concluded with Mrs Brooks being acquitted on all charges last year. It has subsequently emerged that Mr Hanna has settled and withdrawn his claims against News International. After settling and withdrawing his claims against the organisation Mr Hanna stated: "I am grateful that we have been able to resolve this matter amicably. I am very much looking forward to putting this difficult period of my life behind me and moving on." Mr Hanna also stated: "I posted a YouTube video on 3 September 2015, in which I made allegations regarding illegal activity by the Company and its representatives.
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News International, which operates Murdoch's British newspapers, confirmed that its head of security, Mark Hanna, was also one of those arrested.
A spokeswoman, speaking on condition of anonymity, said she had no information about where he was arrested.
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