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acquitted on ground of insanity; trial......July, 1879 Whittaker, colored cadet at West Point, by military court for injuring himself on pretence of being hurt by others, April 6; expelled......1880 Lieutenant Flipper, colored, by military court, for embezzlement and false statements, November, 1881; dismissed from the service......1882 Charles J. Guiteau, for the assassination of President Garfield; convicted, Feb. 26; hanged......June 30, 1882 Star Route trials......1882 John Cockrill, managing editor of the St. Louis Post-despatch, for fatally shooting Colonel Slayback; acquitted......Oct. 13, 1882 Debris suit (California), decided against hydraulic miners, Judge Sawyer, of the United States court, San Francisco, Cal., granting a perpetual injunction......Jan. 7, 1884 William Berner, convicted at Cincinnati of manslaughter in killing William H. Kirk......March 28, 1884 [Berner was a confessed murderer; the verdict of manslaughter, when twenty untried murdere