A military judge is deliberating the fate of an Army private Bradley Manning accused of aiding the enemy by engineering a high-volume leak of U.S. secrets to WikiLeaks. Prosecutors argue that Pfc. ... more 
A military judge is deliberating the fate of an Army private Bradley Manning accused of aiding the enemy by engineering a high-volume leak of U.S. secrets to WikiLeaks. Prosecutors argue that Pfc. Manning is a glory-seeking traitor. His lawyers say he is a naive whistleblower who was horrified by wartime atrocities but didn't know that the material he leaked would end up in the hands of al-Qaida and Osama bin Laden. The James "Whitey" Bulger racketeering trial has featured graphic testimony from a parade of killers, drug dealers and bookies. Spanish judicial authorities say the driver in charge of a Spanish train that derailed at high speed, killing 78 people and injuring dozens more, will not be appearing before a judge as had been hoped. A justice department statement released says the intention now is to wait until 52-year-old Francisco Jose Garzon Amo is able to appear in court, rather than having a judge come to his hospital bedside. Garzon is under arrest in a hospital on suspicion of recklessness while driving the train. less 
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