New York civil rights attorney Chase Madar discusses the first four weeks of Bradley Manning’s military trial; legal arguments about whether Manning’s leaked information was “closely held” or not; the government’s attempt to show Manning as a pawn of Julian Assange and WikiLeaks, not a whistleblower responding to a crisis of conscience; and why – despite the prosecution’s weak evidence so far – we should expect a harsh sentence from the military judge.

 

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