Thursday, March 03, 2011

Wikileaks Leaker Bradley Manning Charged with 'Aiding the Enemy'

Bradley Manning, a former private in the United States Army, has been officially charged with "aiding the enemy" for handing over sensitive documents to Wikileaks. Manning may have published as many as a quarter-million of the classified papers-- in the largest intelligence foil in American history.

Manning could face the death penalty.

Although aiding the enemy is a capital offense under the Uniform Code of Military Justice, Army prosecutors have notified the Manning defense team that it will not recommend the death penalty to the two-star general who is in charge of proceeding with legal action.

Fry the traitor. Unfortunately, the military is not seeking it.

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1 comment:

  1. If anybody every deserved to be hanged by the neck until dead it is this whiny ass baby traitor.