U.S. soldier braces for judge’s verdict in WikiLeaks case

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Joseph Wippl, College of Arts & Sciences

U.S. soldier Bradley Manning could learn on Tuesday whether he will face life in prison without parole when a judge renders her verdict on charges that he aided the enemy when he released 700,000 classified documents to the website WikiLeaks…

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“He’s just a dumb kid who got himself into a situation where he felt he was saving the world. I think he should be convicted and they should be easy on him. They need to do more on limiting access to classified information.”

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