Judge won’t dismiss ‘aiding the enemy’ charge in Bradley Manning’s WikiLeaks case

Bradley Manning Judge wont dismiss aiding the enemy charge in Bradley Mannings WikiLeaks caseA military judge has opted not to dismiss a charge that Army private Bradley Manning aided the enemy by leaking classified documents to WikiLeaks.

On Thursday, Col. Denise Lind ruled on the defense motion in the court-martial hearing taking place at Fort Meade.

The “aiding the enemy” charge is the most serious charge Manning faces, which could carry a sentence of life imprisonment without parole.

Lind also refused to dismiss a computer fraud count.

Lind is still pondering motions to acquit Manning of five theft counts.

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