A military judge in Maryland appears ready to allow Pfc. Bradley Manning's lawyers to introduce a video clip that prosecutors say exposes military tactics and procedures and should therefore be classified. The attack killed a dozen people, including two Reuters staff members and several children.
Manning admits giving the video to WikiLeaks but denies revealing national defense information.Manning, 25, stands accused of "22 offenses, including communicating national defense information to an unauthorized source and aiding the enemy."
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