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Bradley Manning Not Guilty on 'Aiding America's Enemies' Charge

Army private who gave top secret documents to Wikileaks guilty on multiple charges of espionage.
02:48 | 07/30/2013

Transcript for Bradley Manning Not Guilty on 'Aiding America's Enemies' Charge

Bradley manning, the army private who made global headlines when he gave thousands of top secret documents to wikileaks. This was manning then three years ago and there he is today leaving court off... See More
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