Well, it looks like at least one part of this ongoing drama is no more.
Now, though, sources tell
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The drama continues!
Earlier this month, a conservative member of Parliament made allegations toward Piers Morgan, which included him in the recent phone hacking scandal.
As soon as Morgan heard this, he took to Twitter and called the allegations "complete nonsense."
Then yesterday, we heard about British blogger Guido Fawkes who claims he has a recording, which proves Morgan's guilt.
Once again, Morgan denied the claims via Twitter, where he lashed out against @GuidoFawkes.
Now, Fawkes, whose real name is Paul Staines, is saying that he will continue to release "tidbits" of information about Piers' alleged involvement in the phone hacking scandal.
When asked why he's focused on Piers, Staines/Fawkes had the following to say in response:
"What I'm trying to do is widen the circular firing squad and the way to do it is you've got to have a villain. There's no point using the names of executives or editors no one ever heard of (in America). But everybody knows Piers' name. He's a character."
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