Bradley Manning's Judge Called a 'Criminal Law Guru'

, The National Law Journal


U.S. Army Private First Class Bradley Manning, charged with the most serious leak of classified documents in the nation's history, has put his fate in the hands of a judge who, in the words of a close colleague, has "done it all."

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  • mikael

    Can someone explain the significance of closed sessions in the Manning trial? Is it reflective of the greater move to secrecy (↑ closed door Congress sessions over past 3-4 decades)?

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