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By Andrew P. Napolitano
Fourth Amendment says Obama is not at liberty to collect metadata
Independent voices from the The Washington Times Communities
Topic - Christopher Grey
Army investigators found no bullet wound and have no evidence of foul play in the death of a soldier who died in Afghanistan during a Skype video chat with his wife, officials said Monday.
Con artists are targeting women on Facebook in what's becoming an all-too-common ruse: They steal photos of soldiers to set up profiles, profess their love and devotion in sappy messages _ and then ask their victims to cut a check.
Army Private First Class Bradley E. Manning, a low-level military intelligence analyst accused of downloading three massive databases of secret U.S. documents while serving in Iraq, exploited information-sharing tools put in place after the September 11 attacks in what has become the largest leak of classified data in U.S. history.
The Army is investigating the deaths of several Iraqi detainees after a soldier reported misconduct regarding members of his unit to military officials, an Army spokesman said yesterday.
An autopsy is being done to determine the cause of death and the investigation is still under way, Mr. Grey said.
Christopher Grey, a spokesman for the Army Criminal Investigation Command, said Monday that no bullet wound was found in Capt. Clark's body.