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Defense says Manning is victim of military overreach in WikiLeaks case

A seven-day hearing into the biggest national security leak in U.S. history ended Thursday with defense lawyers insisting that the accused soldier was a victim of overreaching by a military that didn’t even follow its own rules for safeguarding sensitive ...

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Letter sent to Wikileaks suggests Manning wanted to make history

FORT MEADE — An Army witness says the intelligence analyst blamed for the largest-ever leak of U.S. secrets boastfully declared he was changing history in a letter adjoining some data he allegedly sent to WikiLeaks. Digital-crimes investigator David Shaver said ...

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Witness links Pfc. Manning to secrets seen on WikiLeaks

FORT MEADE  — A computer-crimes investigator testified Sunday he found more than 10,000 diplomatic cables and other sensitive information on the work computer of the Army private charged with spilling a mountain of secrets to WikiLeaks. Moreover, Special Agent David ...

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Pretrial hearing in Wikileaks case bogs down over dispute

FORT MEADE — Pfc. Bradley Manning, the young soldier accused of aiding the enemy by slipping a trove of national security secrets to WikiLeaks, sat quietly at the opening session of his pretrial hearing Friday as government and defense lawyers ...

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WikiLeaks suspect’s trial near super-secure NSA

FORT MEADE — The military intelligence complex an hour outside Washington where the WikiLeaks case goes to court this week is known as a cloak-and-dagger sanctum off-limits to the public — a reputation that’s only partly true. Maryland’s Fort Meade ...

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Reduction sought in prison bus slaying damages

The Maryland Attorney General’s Office is asking a Baltimore judge to cancel or reduce an $18.5 million damages award stemming from the murder of an inmate aboard a state prison bus. The documents were filed Tuesday in Baltimore City Circuit ...

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Assistant pleads guilty in historic document theft

A presidential historian’s assistant pleaded guilty Thursday to conspiring to steal valuable documents from archives throughout the Northeast. Jason Savedoff, 24, entered the plea in U.S. District Court in Baltimore. Savedoff and historian Barry Landau were charged in July with ...

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Hearing set for man charged in documents theft

A presidential historian’s assistant accused of conspiring to steal valuable documents from archives throughout the Northeast is expected back in federal court. A re-arraignment is scheduled in U.S. District Court on Thursday for 24-year-old Jason Savedoff, which often indicates a ...

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Accused presidential historian allowed to return home

A federal judge in Maryland is allowing a presidential historian charged with conspiring to steal valuable documents to return to his New York City apartment with GPS monitoring and no Internet access. A judge on Friday denied an appeal of ...

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