LONDON (AFP) - The News of the World's former chief reporter issued a warning Friday to Rupert Murdoch's News International, saying he had information about phone-hacking that could be detrimental to his ex-employer. Neville Thurlbeck, who is suing News International for unfair dismissal, proclaimed his innocence of any involvement in the scandal and said that those responsible would eventually be unmasked. "I took no part in the matter which has led to my dismissal after 21 years of service," Thurlbeck said in a statement through his lawyers, after an initial hearing at a London employment tribunal on Friday was postponed.