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Published On: Sat, Feb 4th, 2012

Bradley Manning will face court martial, life imprisonment for leaking documents to Wikileaks

The US Army has confirmed that Bradley Manning, the US soldier charged with passing thousands of secret documents to WikiLeaks, will face court martial and the risk of life imprisonment.

Prosecutors say WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange collaborated with the 24-year-old, who faces a total of 22 charges including “aiding the enemy.”

“A military judge will be detailed by the US Army trial judiciary and that military judge will set the date for Manning’s arraignment, motion hearings and trial,” the army statement said.

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