Media lawyer Charlotte Harris
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Leveson Inquiry: Victims' lawyer tells of surveillance

A victims' lawyer has described to the Leveson Inquiry seeing surveillance evidence of her and her family.

Charlotte Harris said she went to News International and the police in 2010 after seeing a dossier on her that was "littered with inaccuracies".

She added: "To take out surveillance on me and my kids, or family members or to find out which of my siblings I lived with in what year - I don't see that could possibly help them. Why not ask me? Why not go the traditional route?"

  • 06 Dec 2011
  • From the section UK