04 Mar '11, 2am

WikiLeaks soldier charged with 'aiding the enemy': WASHINGTON - The United States Army announced... #FreeAssangeNow

WASHINGTON - The United States Army announced 22 additional charges on Wednesday against Private 1st Class Bradley Manning, the military intelligence analyst who is accused of leaking a trove of government files to WikiLeaks a year ago. The new charges included "aiding the enemy"; wrongfully causing intelligence to be published on the Internet, knowing that it was accessible to the enemy; multiple counts of theft of public records; transmitting defence information; and computer fraud. If convicted, Manning could be sentenced to life in prison. The charges provide new details about when prosecutors believe that Manning downloaded copies of particular files from a classified computer system in Iraq. For example, the charges say he copied a database of more than 250,000 diplomatic cables between March 28 and May 4 last year. The charges also accuse Manning of twice "adding un...

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