WikiSecrets

The inside story of Bradley Manning, Julian Assange and the largest intelligence breach in U.S. history

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August 21, 2013, 11:01 am
Bradley Manning Sentenced to 35 Years for WikiLeaks

Bradley Manning was sentenced to a little more than half of what the government wanted him to serve.

August 6, 2013, 4:31 pm
Just How Damaging Were Manning’s WikiLeaks?

U.S. officials are presenting evidence at Manning’s sentencing hearing this week. So far, there isn’t much.

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It's the biggest intelligence breach in U.S. history -- the leaking of more than a half million classified documents on the WikiLeaks website throughout 2010. At the center of the controversy stands Bradley E. Manning, the Army intelligence analyst who's charged with handing them over.

Who is Bradley Manning, and what does his story tell us about how and why the secret cache of documents may have been leaked? In WikiSecrets, FRONTLINE correspondent Martin Smith gains exclusive access to those closest to Manning -- including his father, close friends and his Army bunkmate -- and uncovers video of Manning taken around the time of the alleged handover of classified information. Read more »

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