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Two years ago, Army PFC Bradley Manning was charged with five counts of stealing government property among the other charges the government has made against him. After the Government rested its case against PFC Manning, defense lawyer David Coombs detailed how the evidence presented did not support the 5 theft charges (each punishable by up to 10 years in jail). He appealed to military judge Col. Denise Lind to dismiss them outright. She let them stand.
He faces a total of 21 charges for providing WikiLeaks with classified information.
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