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A Spanish judge lauded for his work chasing international suspects for alleged crimes against humanity found himself indicted again on Monday — this time for improperly ordering wiretaps of conversations between jailed suspects and their lawyers.

The decision by the Supreme Court is another stinging setback for Judge Baltasar Garzon, renowned for cross-border justice cases against one-time Chilean dictator Augusto Pinochet and Osama bin Laden.

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