Caught up in the Phone Hacking Scandal

I’m not really that grumpy


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My name is Steven Nott. I live in Wales and I’m a delivery driver.

I was leading a normal life until I got tangled up with the Phone Hacking Scandal.

If you want to know more about why I’m involved then please visit my website http://www.hackergate.co.uk which was set up in July 2011 as a response to none of the press taking any notice.

I have been interviewed by Sue Akers’ Phone Hacking investigation team Operation Weeting on 18th July 2011 and I’ve appeared under oath, on 6th Dec 2011 at Lord Justice Leveson’s Inquiry looking into the Culture, Practices and Ethics of the press set up by PM David Cameron in the wake of The Milly Dowler Phone Hacking stories that came to light in July 2011.

I can be contacted on twitter @StevenNott should you wish.


1 Response to About

  1. dennis rice says:

    Dear Mr Nott,

    You do not have my permission to publish this email – should you do so you will be reported to police. This is merely an advisory.

    At 01.24am this morning Thames Valley Police logged a criminal complaint against Messrs Peter Jukes and Richard Bartholomew (reference no 43160109992). I would therefore be grateful if you could not add to the harassment and also find yourself being interviewed by police.

    I assume, should this prove necessary, that you still reside at:


    Dennis Rice

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