On Monday, a cybercrimes investigator testified that there were more than 100,000 State Department cables on a secondary computer used by Manning.
There was also software that would allow a user to copy data to a writable CD, the investigator, Special Agent David Shaver of the Army’s Criminal Investigation Command, said.
Prosecutors put forth testimony from Shaver and another cybercrimes investigator in an effort to establish links between Manning and the stolen State Department cables released on WikiLeaks, and the site’s founder, Julian Assange.
Source: Larry Shaughnessy for CNN.
On Monday, a cybercrimes investigator testified that there were more than 100,000 State Department…
by Tactical-Life.com / Dec 19, 2011