Forensic Expert: Manning’s Computer Had 10K Cables, Downloading Scripts

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Forensic Expert: Manning’s Computer Had 10K Cables, Downloading Scripts 18 Dec 2011 A government digital forensic expert linked accused Army leaker Bradley Manning to documents published by WikiLeaks with damning evidence Sunday, testifying that he found thousands of U.S. State Department cables on one of Manning’s work computers, ranging from unclassified to SECRET cables, among other incriminating documents. Special agent David Shaver, who works for the Army’s Computer Crime Investigative Unit, said that on one of two laptops that Manning used he found a folder called “blue,” he found a zip file containing 10,000 diplomatic cables in HTML format, and an Excel spreadsheet with three tabs.

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