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Fox News Charging Gawker 'Mole' With Grand Larceny


"I should have done something more innocuous, like hacked a dead girl's phone and interfered with a police investigation."

Remember Joe Muto, the disgruntled Fox News employee who leaked a couple of on-set videos from shows like Hannity and the O'Reilly factor, none of which brought any particularly interesting revelations to light? Well, apparently Fox News is set on making an example of him, minor revelations or no. To that end, if Muto's Twitter feed is to be believed, they've pressed charges for grand larceny - a felony charge usually reserved for acts like stealing cars. Business Insider caught Muto's updates to his Twitter:

Evidently, Muto's legal defense is being assisted by Gawker, due to his publication of the materials he took from Fox on their site.

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