Defense in WikiLeaks Case Getting its Chance

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Attorneys for WikiLeaks and its founder Julian Assange also observed, as did an Amnesty International representative. A half dozen journalists were present and dozens of others watched from a separate building on closed-circuit TV.

An ample number of people in the court room were in camouflage uniforms, including the presiding officer, all three prosecutors, two of three defense lawyers and military police stationed along courtroom walls.

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