The Sun keeps explosive and unprintable stories in 'wild West-style safe' - Telegraph: "The tabloid's former deputy news editor Ben O'Driscoll, 38, said more than 30 years of unpublished stories were stored in the 7ft high safe.
He told Kingston Crown Court the paper kept hold of "eye-popping" reports, pictures, and videos which had not made the paper because they were not in the public interest.
"At the time I was there, there was an enormous safe, about 7ft high, like something out of a Wild West film, with big metal handles", he said. "It was full of 30 years of stories that are confidential and did not pass the public interest test." 'via Blog this'