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A military judge today announces her decision in the trial of the former intelligence analyst, Bradley Manning, accused of the biggest-ever leak of US state secrets.
The judge, Colonel Denise Lind, is expected to give her verdict in about three hours' time, at 1pm ET on Tuesday. Manning faces 21 counts including espionage, computer fraud and theft charges. He has already offered a guilty plea to 10 lesser charges.
@3ristar President Obama perhaps should pardon Bradley Manning.
1/2 "Pfc Manning also details how he tried to leak the archive of secret files to both The Washington Post and The New York Times...
Update on the Manning trial: news.bostonherald.com...
Btw, a win for @RonPaul is a win for @wikileaks and Bradley Manning.
and to me, barring them from visiting manning sounds like possibility of even bigger story. #wikileaks #bradleymanning