Okla. soldier facing possible life sentence in Wikileaks case
FORT MEADE, Md. – Prosecutors have now rested their case against a Crescent native accused of the largest leak of classified government information in history.
Over the last four weeks, prosecutors have tried to prove their case against 25-year-old Oklahoma Army Private Bradley Manning.
They presented evidence from 80 witnesses in an effort to show Manning provided the documents to Wikileaks.
He faces 21 charges including aiding the enemy which carries a possible life sentence.
The defense could start presenting their case as early as Monday.
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