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Response to Luminous Animal (Reply #7)

Tue Apr 24, 2012, 10:43 PM

9. I suggest you read the charges...and understand that Mr. Manning is charged, specifically,

in part, with getting software from Assange (via certain wikileaks contacts in Boston), and placing it on SIPRNet and also, running specific searches on SIPRNet at the behest of Assange in violation of Article 92.

At the Article 32 hearing, the government provided enough specific evidence to move these charges forward. Mr. Manning was really bad at covering his tracks, apparently.

Being familiar with the specifics of the charges is helpful.

edited to add...the important legal argument, however, is the 'aiding the enemy' charge. Everything else is secondary.



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