Army private Bradley Manning, who was recently sentenced to 35 years in prison for giving classified documents to WikiLeaks, wants to live life as a woman, Manning's lawyer said on the Today show Thursday.
Bradley Manning will likely spend decades in prison and military prosecutors hope his conviction will be a deterrent for other would-be leakers of classified information. Bob Orr reports.
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The third motion hearing for Bradley Manning began in Fort Meade today. Manning's defense will try to get 10 charges out of the 22 brought against the Army private dismissed.
Pentagon Papers whistleblower Daniel Ellsberg weighs in on the case of U.S. Army P.F.C. Bradley Manning, who currently stands accused of leaking over 260,000 secret U.S. diplomatic cables to the website WikiLeaks.
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