Pulp Friction 

Rupert Murdoch’s larger-than-life life is about to come crashing down.

It's a pity Orson Welles is no longer with us. He would be the perfect one to play Rupert Murdoch in the movie about the current newspaper scandal in Great Britain. Welles, of course, played the newspaper magnate Charles Foster Kane (Citizen…

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