A US military judge will decide Thursday if WikiLeaks suspect Bradley Manning can be charged with "aiding the enemy" for allegedly leaking classified documents to the website.
A US Military judge acquitted Private Bradley Manning, who gave government documents to the website Wikileaks, of “aiding the enemy,” a charge that could have resulted in a life sentence. The judge did, however, convict him of viola... Read Post
Pvt. 1st Class Bradley Manning is suspected of providing classified government documents published by the website. One of the 22 new charges — aiding the enemy under the Uniform Code of Military Justice — is a capital offense. Read Post