Today on Your Call: Who is Bradley Manning and what was the case against him about?
On today's Your Call, we'll talk about Manning, the soldier who released massive amounts of classified information to Wikileaks. A military judge found him not guilty of the controversial charge of "aiding the enemy,” but he may still face more than 100 years in prison for lesser charges. How could this verdict affect future whistleblowers? And how do you judge Bradley Manning? Join the conversation and call in with your questions on the next Your Call, with Holly Kernan, and you.
Kevin Gosztola, writer and curator of Firedoglake's “The Dissenter,” a blog covering civil liberties; covering the Bradley Manning trial from inside the courtroom
David Talbot, founder and former editor-in-chief of Salon.com; founder of “Open America,” which aims to connect investigative reporters with whistleblowers; member of the Bradley Manning Support Group
Richard Sandza, managing editor of The Army Times
Washington Post: Why Bradley Manning’s court-martial matters for civilians
About.com: Military Justice 101
The Army Times: Manning's personal struggles key to defense
The Army Times: Co-workers: Manning, others ignored security
Informed Comment: Top Ten Ways Bradley Manning Changed the World
PBS NewsHour: Did Bradley Manning Get a Fair Trial?