Saturday, April 18, 2009

Director indicted in Hollywood wiretaps case


A Los Angeles federal grand jury has indicted a Hollywood director who pleaded guilty to lying to federal agents investigating a wiretapping case and later withdrew his plea.

John McTiernan, who directed "Die Hard" and "Predator," was indicted Friday on two counts of making false statements to the FBI about private investigator Anthony Pellicano and one count of perjury. A phone message for his attorney, S. Todd Neal, was not immediately returned.


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