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Army private Bradley Manning (right), the soldier who reportedly gave WikiLeaks 500,000-plus classified materials like video of a Baghdad helicopter air strike in which 12 people were killed, faces 22 additional charges that accuse him of aiding the enemy. Though such charges could mean the death penalty for him, military prosecutors say they'll likely push for life in prison. (CBS News and Ars Technica)
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