Bradley Manning Not Guilty of Aiding the Enemy
Bradley Manning, the Army private who told Wikileaks tons of sensitive classified information has been found not guilty of aiding the enemy, which was the most serious charge brought against him and carried the possibility of a death sentence. Manning leaked the documents after growing appalled at what he considered evil wartime conduct. Of course, Manning was also found guilty of 15 of the 20 charges brought against him, so he's still looking at life in prison, but there is a symbolic victory here for those who think Wikileaks is doing something noble ...
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