posted on Jul, 11 2010 @ 01:38 PM
An American Soldier confined by the military since May for allegedly providing a website with video showing U.S. helicopters firing on several Iraqis
-- including a journalist -- will be charged criminally, an Army spokesman for the U.S. military headquarters in Baghdad confirmed to Military.com
Pfc. Bradley Manning of Potomac, Md., allegedly gave Wikileaks a 38-minute video from a 2007 AH-64 Apache helicopter attack on a group of men who may
have been wrongly identified as insurgents watching American ground troops engaged in combat in a Baghdad neighborhood. One of the men was a
journalist for Reuters and another was his driver. Wikileaks labeled the video "Collateral Murder" and uploaded it onto the Web in April.
The soldier was charged for showing the true??
what about the soldier that opened fire??
what about the families that lost their loved ones??