Manning Gets 35 Years for Spilling Secrets To WikiLeaks

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The convicted Wikileaker gets the longest sentence ever for releasing U.S. government information to the public.

 
Pfc. Bradley Manning, the Army soldier convicted of leaking classified military secrets, has received a sentence of 35 years for passing more than 700,000 government files to WikiLeaks. 
 
Eligible for parole in seven years, Manning, 25, will also get a dishonorable discharge and be busted down from private first class to private.