Alleged WikiLeaker could face death penalty

Bradley Manning, the soldier who allegedly put the "leaks" in WikiLeaks, could face the death penalty. On Wednesday, the US government filed 22 new charges against Manning, one of which—"aiding the enemy"—is a capital offense. NBC also reports that military prosecutors will likely seek life in prison, and not the death penalty, if Manning is convicted on this charge. Manning would also be dishonorably discharged.

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