Mashable: "A website called WikiLeaks just published secret documents related to the United States’ war against the Taliban in Afghanistan. The documents detail deals, armed conflicts, strategies, politics, intelligence operations and some casualties from 2004 and 2010, painting the most complete publicly available picture of the Afghan War yet.
The event is in some ways comparable to the leak of the Pentagon Papers, a set of documents that provided a behind-the-scenes look at the American war in Vietnam. Those papers reached the public in 1971. At more than to 90,000 reports, WikiLeaks’ Afghan War Diary is even more substantial. By some measures it is the biggest intelligence leak ever."
Charges could include conspiracy, theft of government property, or violating the Espionage Act, according to The Washington Post.