Tuesday, May 15, 2018


   A fundraising drive to help pay legal bills for Vice-Admiral Mark Norman — accused of leaking cabinet secrets — has netted almost $120,000 in donations.
   Nearly 1,000 people — among them a former federal cabinet minister and retired naval officers — have stepped up to contribute.
    Norman's case returns to court Tuesday; two days have been set aside for planning and procedural matters.
  Norman, 54 — a career naval officer and currently the vice chief of the Defence staff — is charged with a single count of breach of trust.
 The federal government rejected his request for legal assistance.

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