Batman Shooter Insanity Plea, Chinese Cyber-Attacks, Bill Wants Hillary Supporters To Shut Up, Federalizing The Europe, Jihad Sends Mideast Christians Running: Afternoon News Links For 5-7-2013

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  • Attorneys representing James Holmes, the man charged with the murder of 12 people and injuries to 70 others following an attack on an Aurora, Colo., movie theater during a midnight screening of the latest Batman movie last year indicate that he will plead not guilty by reason of insanity. Read more…
  • A Pentagon report on the Chinese military bluntly accused the People’s Liberation Army and the Chinese government of instigating cyber-attacks against U.S. government computer systems, as well as those of industrial and defense contractors. Read more…
  • Former President Bill Clinton said at the 2013 Fiscal Summit in Washington that Americans should stop speculating about his wife’s future political ambitions. Senator Rand Paul (R-Ky.) said during an earlier speech that Hillary shouldn’t be allowed to run for any public office after her Benghazi failings. Read more…
  • The leader of the European Commission (EC) said there’s no way the European Union will continue to be united by a single currency without moving toward a political union within the next few years. Read more…
  • A mass exodus of Christians from predominantly-Muslim lands is underway. Christians were being displaced so rapidly from some areas that, within a generation, there may be no Christians whatsoever living in Iraq, Egypt and Afghanistan. Read more…

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