Piers Morgan faces further questioning in Scotland Yard hacking probe

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Scotland Yard detectives have questioned former Daily Mirror editor and anti-2nd amendment campaigner Piers Morgan for a second time in connection with claims of phone hacking. Morgan was recently let go by CNN when the ratings for his show dropped to nothing. A petition in support of his deportation from the US garnered more than 100,000 signatures.

The extremely irritating pontificating Morgan was previously interviewed under caution in 2013 by officers looking into allegations of interception of voicemails by Mirror Group journalists.

He tweeted earlier: “No, I wasn’t arrested. Sorry to disappoint everyone.” You’re right Piers, it was a disappointment, but we live in hope.

A Metropolitan Police spokesman said: “A 50-year-old man was interviewed under caution on April 21 2015 by officers from Operation Golding in connection with suspected conspiracy to intercept telephone voicemails. He was interviewed by appointment. He was not arrested.”

The self righteous Morgan, who has consistently denied involvement in phone hacking, said in a statement: “Some time ago I was asked to attend an interview with officers from Operation Golding when I was next in the UK. This was further to a previous voluntary interview I provided in December 2013. I attended that interview today. As this is an ongoing investigation, I am unable to comment further until its conclusion.”

Please God, make this sanctimonious gun grabbing a-hole go down.