13 Jan '12, 5am

Life imprisonment awaits US @Wikileaks collaborator

WASHINGTON - An Army intelligence analyst suspected of leaking thousands of classified United States government files to the anti-secrecy website WikiLeaks should be court-martialled on charges related to the incident, an investigating officer recommended yesterday. Lieutenant-Colonel Paul Almanza, after reviewing evidence from a week-long hearing in December, told the General Court Martial Convening Authority that Bradley Manning should be prosecuted on all 22 charges presented in the hearing, including aiding the enemy and wrongfully causing intelligence to be published on the Internet. "The investigating officer concluded that the charges and specifications are in the proper form and that reasonable grounds exist to believe that the accused committed the offences alleged," the US Army Military District of Washington said. Aiding the enemy is an offence that could bring ...

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todayonline.com 13 Jan '12, 9pm

A United States Army officer on Thursday recommended a general court-martial for a low-ranking intelligence analyst charge...