Is Private Bradley Manning guilty of “aiding the enemy”?

The trial of Private Bradley Manning, who has been charged by the US Government with “aiding the enemy,” is coming to an end. Although the Manning case is far more important than the Trayvon Martin case, it has received much less publicity and scrutiny. Why?

In any case, who is the real “enemy” in this case? Isn’t it all those government officials who have tried to hide the truth about the war in Iraq? If so, what is the probability that Private Manning will be acquitted of the charge of “aiding the enemy”?

 

Update (30 July): A military court has just acquitted Private Manning of “aiding the enemy”!

About F. E. Guerra-Pujol

When I’m not blogging, I am a business law professor at the University of Central Florida.
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