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The soldier accused of leaking state secrets to WikiLeaks blames stress of being gay in military's hostile 'don't ask don't tell' era

The soldier accused of leaking state secrets to: MailOnlineMailOnline
Sunday, 18 December 2011

The lawyers of Bradley Manning, the young soldier accused of leaking government secrets, argued his position as a gay soldier in the era of 'don't ask, don't tell' played an important role in his actions.
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Source: Associated Press - on December 16, 2011

News video: Manning WikiLeaks Hearing Bogs Down Over Dispute

Manning WikiLeaks Hearing Bogs Down Over Dispute

Pfc. Bradley Manning, the young soldier accused of aiding the enemy by slipping a trove of national security secrets to WikiLeaks, sat quietly at the opening session of his pretrial hearing Friday as government and defense lawyers tangled. (Dec. 16)

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