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WikiLeaker: US "Seemed Not To Value Human Life" In Iraq

  • 03.14.13 10:59 AM EDT

Earlier this week, the Freedom of Press Foundation released unofficial audio of Bradley Manning’s testimony in the Wikileaks trial. In February, Manning pled guilty to leaking hundreds of thousands of US government documents to the whistleblower organization WikiLeaks in 2010.

Manning, who was a Private First Class in the US Army, could serve up to 20 years in prison for that plea, and the proceedings have not yet moved to the more serious charges against him, which could result in a life sentence.