According to the United Code of Military Justice, our military's rule of law, anyone who ''aids the enemy'' is a person who either:
But who is the "enemy" in the Bradley Manning case? If Manning had tried to aid Al-Qaeda when he leaked the "Collateral Murder" video, this might be a simple verdict. But from what it seems, Manning was trying to show America the Iraq War's true face.
So if he is convicted of "aiding the enemy," does that mean the enemy is you and I?