Pfc. Bradley Manning is accused of disclosing diplomatic cables and intelligence reports to WikiLeaks.
Pfc. Bradley Manning, center, is escorted from his Article 32 hearing in Fort Meade, Md. Manning is accused of disclosing more than 260,000 diplomatic cables, more than 90,000 intelligence reports on the war in Afghanistan and one video of a military helicopter attack to WikiLeaks, a Web site dedicated to publishing secret documents. Manning faces charges of aiding the enemy, which could carry a death penalty or life in prison, as well as violating the Espionage Act by causing government intelligence to be published on the Internet, plus several lesser charges. Mark Wilson/Getty Images Buy Photo