July 30th, 2013
09:48 PM ET

New questions about the Bradley Manning conviction

He's called a hero by some and a traitor by others.  Today, a military judge convicted Army Private Bradley Manning of a string of charges including violating the Espionage Act for handing classified information to WikiLeaks.  He was acquitted of the more serious charge of aiding the enemy.  Today's verdict is raising new questions about just how much harm Manning actually caused.  In a 360 exclusive, Anderson discusses the impact with Glen Greenwald, investigative journalist and columnist for Britain's Guardian, and senior legal analyst Jeffrey Toobin.

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  1. Robert Humphrey

    Toobin's claim that foreign service employees were harmed is without proof. Moreover, both Greenwald and Toobin failed to mention that Manning released documents and video showing atrocities committed by American troops.

    July 31, 2013 at 1:00 pm |