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Death threats for royal prank call presenters

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Death threats have been made against the Australian radio hosts involved in the royal prank call tragedy, police said Friday, with station management reportedly moving some staff to safehouses. 

Sydney radio station 2Day FM presenters Michael Christian (L) and Mel Greig are interviewed on the Channel Nine Network news discussion show "A Current Affair" on December 10, 2012. Death threats have been made against the Australian radio hosts involved in the royal prank call tragedy, police said Friday, with station management reportedly moving some staff to safehouses.

The revelations came as a London inquest showed the nurse who fielded the hoax call, Jacintha Saldanha, 46, hanged herself.

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