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Manning Spy? Whistleblower faces 136+ yrs jail time under Espionage Act

The 25 year old was acquitted of the most serious charge against him - that of aiding the enemy - which carried a potential life sentence. But the army private was convicted on 15 counts of espionage and theft of government property. There was also a computer fraud charge, along with similar infractions Manning committed while in the military. Add it all up, and Manning could face 136 years behind bars. For a closer look at how the White House has used the Espionage Act in its war against whistleblowers, here's RT's Gayane Chichakyan.

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