Soldier's guilty plea accepted in WikiLeaks Case

A military judge accepted on Thursday U.S. Army Private Bradley Manning’s guilty plea to 10 lesser charges, while pleading not guilty to the top charge of aiding the enemy.

Soldier's guilty plea accepted in WikiLeaks Case

World Bulletin/News Desk

Military judge Colonel Denise Lind on Thursday accepted the guilty plea on 10 charges from U.S. Army Private Bradley Manning in his military court-martial for providing secret documents to the WikiLeaks website.

Manning. 25, pleaded guilty to a series of 10 lesser charges that he misused classified information for which he faces a maximum of 20 years in prison, although he pleaded not guilty to the top charge of aiding the enemy.

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