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  • June 22, 2011
    By Ariel Shearer

    As the WikiLeaks saga marches on, federal investigations creep closer to home. And while the courts still have yet to determine how much whistle blowing is and isn't legal, Boston activists are speaking out -- and coming to the defense of Bradley Manning.

    Manning, the US Army private accused of downloading and transferring classified government information to WikiLeaks, attended a party in Boston University's "hacker space" just three months before WikiLeaks published the now-infamous "Collateral Murder" video footage evidencing the US military in killings of Reuters journalists and Iraqi civilians.

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