The report highlights evidence being presented by the prosecution, which may or may not lead to a conviction. Until such time as the jury reaches a decision he isn't a traitor per se, he just might be.
I'll leave the thread open for now, but bear in mind the point.
Interesting that they have seen fit to publish his home address. Whilst I do not condone his actions (if proven) regardless of his guilt it is wrong to publish this information. Next thing you know they'll start to publish the personal details of anyone who is up for Court Martial, etc.
Now we're accusing him of being an asshole! Shirley that has to be proven too :biggrin: ... or maybe not. All that whinging about not getting promoted and the reasons why. We're hearing too much of that these days. Chances are, when you're consistently passed over for promotion it's probably time to take a good long look in the mirror.
traiÂ·tor Listen to the pronunciation of traitor
Middle English traytour, from Anglo-French traitre, from Latin traditor, from tradere to hand over, deliver, betray, from trans-, tra- trans- + dare to give â€” more at date
1 : one who betrays another's trust or is false to an obligation or duty 2 : one who commits treason