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Neville Thurlbeck, 50, faced the allegations after posting a blog on March 7, giving the home address of a member of former employer News Corporation's management and standards committee. The Crown Prosecution Service (CPS) confirmed he would not be charged with the counts. He said:
Neville Thurlbeck told the Press Association he was "pleased" with the CPS's decision not to prosecute him over allegations of witness intimidation and harassment relating to the phone-hacking scandal.
He also thanked his family, friends and colleagues in the industry for their "unswerving loyalty, support and continued belief in me".
The Crown Prosecution Service said it would not be prosecuting former News of the World chief reporter Neville Thurlbeck over allegations of witness intimidation and harassment relating to the phone-hacking scandal.