NEWS OF THE WORLD

Mom of Second Murdered Girl Hacked

Scotland Yard has revealed that they have found evidence that the News of the World targeted Sara Payne, the mother of 8-year-old Sarah who was abducted and murdered in July 2000. The Paynes' personal details were found in the notes of the tabloid's investigator and voicemail-hacking specialist Glenn Mulclaire, and are believed to be related to a cell phone then-editor Rebekah Brooks gave Payne to keep in touch with her supporters. The revelation is certain to revive speculation about Brooks' involvement in the phone-hacking scandal, which she has steadfastly denied. Payne's friends told the Guardian that she is "absolutely devastated and deeply disappointed" at the news.