Arun Rath

PBS's 'Frontline' and PRI's 'The World'

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PFC Bradley Manning has pled guilty to releasing 700,000 classified documents, which  WikiLeaks then published  on the Internet — the largest intelligence breach in American history.

The Trial of Bradley Manning for WikiLeaks Leaks

PFC Bradley Manning has pled guilty to releasing 700,000 classified documents, which WikiLeaks then published on the Internet — the largest intelligence breach in American history.

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Army private  Bradley Manning is now facing court-martial  at Ft. Meade, Maryland on charges of aiding the enemy and espionage, among others.

Bradley Manning, Whistle-blower or Traitor?

Army private Bradley Manning is now facing court-martial at Ft. Meade, Maryland on charges of aiding the enemy and espionage, among others.

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