One of the crucial claims from Rupert Murdoch's evidence to Leveson this morning is that some people in his company were responsible for a cover up of the extent of phone hacking.
He is painting a picture of himself as a victim of the cover up.
Whether you agree is up to you and clearly the people he is referring to would reject the allegation.
But this is what he said:
"I do blame one or two people for that who, perhaps I shouldn't name, for all I know they may be arrested."
"There's no question in my mind... Someone took charge of a cover up which we were victim to and I regret."
So the boss says his company did mislead people without his knowledge. The implications could be serious, because those potentially misled may include the police and shareholders.
News International bosses fell victim to a "cover-up" over the hacking scandal, Rupert Murdoch told the Leveson Inquiry today.
Today's Leveson hearings focus on the relationship between David Cameron and Rupert Murdoch and the media boss' role in the hacking scandal.
Rupert Murdoch will answer questions on the phone-hacking scandal at the Leveson Inquiry today.