Published November 18, 2011
| Associated Press
They are among witnesses announced Friday by an inquiry into British media ethics.
The inquiry was triggered by the scandal over phone hacking at now-defunct tabloid News of the World.
More than 20 alleged hacking victims are scheduled to give evidence starting Monday, including the parents of 13-year-old Milly Dowler, who was abducted and murdered in 2002. The Rupert Murdoch-owned tabloid eavesdropped on her voicemails while police were searching for her.