The jury in the News International hacking trial has been shown CCTV footage of Rebekah Brooks' husband allegedly hiding evidence.
The footage shows Charlie Brooks entering the underground car park of the Brooks' London home carrying a laptop and a jiffy bag, before heading back to his flat empty-handed 15 seconds later.
The prosecution claims that Brooks dumped the items in some rubbish bins out of sight of the camera.
Brooks is later seen talking to his co-defendant Mark Hanna, the former News International head of security, who is then seen leaving the complex carrying a laptop and a jiffy bag.
The recordings were made on 17 July 2011, the day News International's former chief executive Rebekah Brooks was arrested.
The Brooks and Hanna deny all the charges in the case.
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