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It's almost three years since managers at the News of the World were first arrested. While the jury is still deliberating over two counts facing Andy Coulson, for Rebekah Brooks the wait is over after she was acquitted of all charges.
Once the most powerful woman in the British media, her extraordinary career has been on hold during the 8 month trial.
Political Correspondent Romilly Weeks reports:
The husband of former News of the World editor Rebekah Brooks has told London based radio station LBC that police treated them both "like terrorists" when officers raided their home and searched their baby's cot.
In the interview, Charlie Brooks said: "Four forty-five in the morning, 18 of them came through our kitchen door, which was a little bit of a surprise, searched our baby's cot, treated us like terrorists and carted us off to different police stations.
He added: "She had her cot searched in case she had the phone-hacking files asleep with her.
"They ran up the stairs screaming and shouting, it was a proper raid."
Former model Abi Titmuss has said that she was left feeling "alone" and "paranoid" after her phone was hacked.
She told ITV News: "I just felt so alone with it. I just felt so paranoid, and alone and afraid because it was like I had nothing left. I had no privacy, nothing left, they had taken everything."
Former Home Secretary David Blunkett has told ITV News the phone hacking victims whose cases were used as evidence at the high-profile trial had "become victims all over again".
Mr Blunkett, whose case was used at the Old Bailey, said: "I think the tragedy of what has happened is that 10 years on, those who were victims of criminality have been victims once again of the intrusion into their private lives.
"The material that's had to be used to obtain justice, and I'm very pleased that justice has been done in this particular case, it has been at a terrible price.
"The price has been... those private messages have been re-run in public and therefore they've become, if you like, victims all over again."
Former News of the World managing editor Stuart Kuttner gave his "enduring thanks" to his legal team as he was cleared of being part of the phone hacking conspiracy.
Speaking outside the court, Mr Kuttner told the waiting reporters: "It is clear to me at this point that this is not the moment to make long statements or to go into great detail.
"But what I do want to say is the diligence, the dedication, and perhaps above all the passion of my lawyers over the last three years has been extraordinary, most remarkable, and it is to them that I owe the huge and enduring thanks for the result, the unanimous verdict of the jury today."
"Thank you," he added.
Rebekah Brooks leaves court with her husband Charlie Brooks after being cleared of all charges against them in the hacking trial.
She was mobbed by a media circus of cameramen and photographers but said nothing before getting into a waiting black cab.
Former News International chief executive Rebekah Brooks and her husband Charlie Brooks have left the Old Bailey after they were both cleared of all charges in the phone-hacking trial.
Cheryl Carter, who was Rebekah Brooks' personal assistant when she was at the News of the World, has been cleared of conspiracy to pervert the course of justice.
News International's former Head of Security Mark Hanna has been cleared of perverting the course of justice in the hacking trial.
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