KNEW NOTHING: A lawyer for Prime Minister David Cameron's former communications chief, Andy Coulson, said his client had no idea underlings at the British tabloid he once edited were hacking telephone conversations.
TARGET: Coulson's lawyer told jurors they would hear evidence that a private investigator, who has pleaded guilty to hacking phones while working for Rupert Murdoch's News of the World tabloid, had targeted Coulson, its editor between 2003 and 2007.
UNUSUAL: It is unusual in British trials for defendants to make an opening statement before evidence is heard. None of the other seven defendants did so. All deny the charges against them.
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