Thursday, March 3, 2011

WikiLeaks suspect Bradley Manning facing 22 fresh charges

34 charges for the little bitch who committed treason against the U.S..
Will they seek the death penalty, Hell no, they will probably drop most charges and tell him how we are sorry for what we have done.

Hopefully not, I would for once like to see someone treated the way they should be treated in a situation like this, like a POS, with no rights, he should be transported back and forth from his trial shackled and handcuffed(Maybe even a nice Ball gag for his piehole)then when his trial is over a nice Military firing squad.
Washington, Mar 3(ANI): Bradley Manning, the prime suspect in the leaking of classified US documents to the WikiLeaks whistleblowing website, has been hit with an additional 22 charges, including aiding the enemy.

The US Army intelligence analyst initially faced 12 charges, including transferring classified military information to his computer and "delivering national defense information to an unauthorized source".

As part of 22 additional counts, Army prosecutors said he "wrongfully and wantonly" caused intelligence to be published on the Internet, with the knowledge that it would be "accessible to the enemy".

Aiding the enemy is a capital offense, under the Uniform Code of Military Justice, but the military is not seeking the death penalty.

"The new charges more accurately reflect the broad scope of the crimes that Pvt. 1st Class Manning is accused of committing," Fox News quoted Captain John Haberland, a legal spokesman for the Military District of Washington, as saying.

The Army made the announcement of additional charges after seven months of investigation.

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