Before the Army opened the court martial of Bradley Manning, accused of giving 700,000 classified government and military files to the anti-secrecy Web site WikiLeaks, protesters at Fort Meade in Maryland called for his release.
The hacker who alerted federal authorities to the alleged leak of classified documents by Pfc. Bradley E. Manning testified Tuesday that the young Army analyst never indicated any desire to help U.S. adversaries by releasing the material.
“Not in those words, no,” the hacker, Adrian Lamo, responded when asked by Manning’s attorney whether the soldier had said he “wanted to help the enemy.”
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