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Attorney for Bradley Manning seeks reduced charges

US Army prosecutors said Thursday that Private Bradley Manning”abused our trust” and should face a court-martial for one of the most serious intelligence breaches in US history. Defense attorneys for the WikiLeaks suspect argued meanwhile at the conclusion of a seven-day hearing on this military base outside Washington that the charges against the…

Closing arguments set in Bradley Manning trial

Closing arguments are to be heard Thursday to decide whether a US soldier accused of a colossal intelligence breach should face a court-martial that could send him to prison for life. During six days of testimony, prosecutors portrayed US Army Private Bradley Manning as a skilled intelligence analyst who betrayed…

U.S. government rests case against WikiLeaks suspect

FORT MEADE, Maryland — US Army Private Bradley Manning, accused of one of the most serious intelligence breaches in US history, came face-to-face on Tuesday with the man who turned him in to the authorities. The dramatic encounter took place as the government wrapped up its case in a hearing…

Evidence linking Bradley Manning to WikiLeaks disputed

FORT MEADE, MD (Reuters) – Attorneys for Army intelligence analyst Bradley Manning on Monday challenged evidence linking him to the biggest classified document leak in U.S. history, arguing others had access to the same files and that it cannot be proven Manning sent anything to WikiLeaks from his computer. The…

10,000 unpublished cables found on computer used by Bradley Manning

A US Army investigator said Monday that 10,000 State Department cables found on a computer used by Bradley Manning were apparently not passed on to WikiLeaks because they were in a corrupted file. Manning, a 24-year-old army private, is accused of giving WikiLeaks a massive cache of US military reports…

Key witness excused from testifying in Manning leaks case

FORT MEADE, MD (Reuters) – A key witness was excused from testifying in the case against Army intelligence analyst Bradley Manning on Sunday after he invoked his right against self-incrimination at a hearing about the largest leak of classified documents in U.S. history. Sergeant First Class Paul Adkins invoked his…

State department cables found on Manning computers: witness

State Department cables and other documents released by WikiLeaks were found on computers used by Bradley Manning, accused of giving a trove of classified material to the secret-spilling site, a US Army cyber expert said Sunday. Special Agent David Shaver of the Computer Crimes Investigative Unit (CCIU) provided the most…

Army officer recounts violent Manning incident

FORT MEADE, Maryland — A US Army officer who served in Iraq with Bradley Manning, blamed for one of the biggest intelligence breaches in US history, told a court Sunday that she had asked he be removed from duty after allegedly striking another soldier. Captain Casey Fulton said she also…

Activist Dan Choi: U.S. is on trial, not Bradley Manning

Famed “Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell” resister and gay activist Dan Choi spoke in defense of U.S. Army Private Bradley Manning during a rally outside the gates of Fort Meade in Maryland. Manning is suspected of downloading 260,000 U.S. diplomatic cables, videos of U.S. air strikes and U.S. military reports from…

Witnesses grilled as Manning hearing resumes

Defense attorneys grilled US Army investigators Saturday about the evidence against Bradley Manning and the sexual identity of the intelligence analyst accused of spilling US secrets to WikiLeaks. In cross-examination, defense attorneys for Manning, who was spending his 24th birthday in court, questioned the witnesses about whether they had come…

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