Hero or Traitor: The doctor who helped the CIA track down Osama bin Laden was sentenced to 33 years in prison for treason, Pakistani officials told Reuters. Shakil Afridi was also accused of running a fake vaccine campaign to collect DNA samples. He is the first person to be sentenced in the bin Laden case.
Ruled: A jury rejected all claims of patent infringement, siding with Google in its dispute with Oracle, our sister publication, The Recorder, reports.
Solved?: A man has admitted involvment in the case of Etan Patz, the 6-year-old boy from SOHO who mysteriously vanished 33 years ago. The New York Times reports that NYPD have taken Pedro Hernandez into custody and plan to release more details later today.
Drug War: Two Mexican drug cartels, the Sinaloa cartel and Los Zetas, are engaging in all-out warfare, unfolding in view of the public, The Washington Post reports. These public massacres often include the dumping of headless bodies as part of the cartels' intimidation tactics.