Military prosecutors rest case against Bradley Manning with argument for “aiding the enemy” charge
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This week, military prosecutors rested their case against Army Private Bradley Manning, who faces 22 charges in relation to leaking government and military documents to the anti-secrecy group Wikileaks. Prosecutors attempted to show that some of the material leaked by Manning had been used by Al Qaeda, a key claim in the prosecution’s harshest charge, aiding the enemy. For the latest on the court martial proceedings at Ft. Meade, Maryland, we’re joined by journalist Kevin Gozstola. He’s covering the Bradley Manning trial for firedoglake.com. He is also co-author of Truth and Consequences: The US vs. Bradley Manning.