Justice Goes On Prowl For NSA Leaker; Zimmerman Trial Underway; Obama Only Wants To Kill Some Business; Another Obama Scandal; And More: Monday Morning News Roundup 6-10-2013

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Here is a collection of some of the stories that Personal Liberty staffers will be keeping an eye on throughout the day. Click the links for the full stories.

  • Justice Department officials said Sunday that the agency is conducting a criminal investigation into the leak of classified information detailing the National Security Agency’s phone and Internet surveillance programs.
  • Edward Snowden — the man claiming responsibility for a series of sensational leaks about U.S. spying programs — was revealed to have been holed up in a luxury hotel in Hong Kong.
  • Lawyers in the George Zimmerman trial today will begin the process of selecting a 12-member jury in the case of the shooting of Trayvon Martin in Sanford, Fla.
  • President Barack Obama says Democrats “don’t want to tax all businesses out of business.”

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  • 45caliber

    I saw this morning on the English news that the prosecutors are demanding the judge refuse to allow the defense to prove that the person yelling for help on the police recording was actually Zimmerman and not Martin. They have already gotten the judge to refuse the defense the right to show Martin was a troublemaker with a short fuse.