Yes, I do, and this is why; those reporting was not one disgruntled employee. There were 4 employees that left and told the story. The author of the book had plenty of sources. But just think for a minute. You have Rupert Murdoch who frankly, has exhibited a great deal of paranoia of his own. Then compound that with what went on in England by his very owned tabloid; News of the World. His 'reporters' were hacking phones along with actually giving phones to individuals that were victims of horrific crime-so they could listen in on their conversations. He sunk that ship rather quickly and saved the golden ones that were lucky enough to earn his favor. Oh, and of course, claimed ignorance of all knowledge even though he runs a tight ship on all his acquisitions. He has a lot of money that has provided a lot of candidates toward his agenda. Fox News is simply an outlet in ascertaining these goals. In retrospect, his paranoia should be taken for granted. He was assuming others were doing exactly what he had done.