Prosecution: Manning Knew He Was Risking US Security With Docs Leak

The court barred Manning’s defense team from introducing information suggesting the damage caused by the leak was little to nonexistent.

Army Pfc. Chelsea Manning, right, is escorted into a courthouse at Fort Mead, Md., Monday, June 10, 2013. (AP Photo/Cliff Owen)

As the trial of U.S. Army soldier Bradley Manning entered its second week, more details were revealed about the information released to WikiLeaks. Manning, 25, is on trial for releasing more than 700,000 battlefield reports, diplomatic cables and video clips he accessed while working as an intelligence analyst in Baghdad. The U.S. government has

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