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Byline: THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
Some energy department officials are worried that nuclear weapons secrets might be revealed if a former Los Alamos National Laboratory scientist is tried on charges that he was spying for the Chinese.
Gen. Eugene E. Habiger, DOE's new head of security, said senior-level officers are studying the issue to define what sensitive information can be presented publicly to jurors without impairing U.S. national security.
But Habiger insisted his agency will not be a "bureaucratic" obstacle for prosecutors, led by U.S. Attorney John J. Kelly in New Mexico.
The defense also is interested in the possibility that the trial …