Family of Sun former deputy editor Fergus Shanahan hugging him after he emerges from the Old Bailey after being cleared of paying public officials for stories
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Elveden: 'It's time to stop this witch-hunt'

Four Sun journalists have been cleared of paying public officials for stories.

Ex-chief reporter John Kay, 71, and former royal editor Duncan Larcombe, 39, were cleared of wrongdoing over their contact with two military sources following a trial at the Old Bailey.

Former deputy editors Fergus Shanahan, 60, and Geoff Webster, 55, were also found not guilty over allegations that they signed off payments.

Speaking afterwards, Mr Larcombe and Mr Shanahan gave their reaction to the verdict.

  • 20 Mar 2015
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