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Supporters of Pfc. Bradley Manning hold signs during a city council meeting in Berkeley, Calif., Tuesday, Dec. 14, 2010. The council in this famously liberal city is considering a resolution Tuesday night bestowing hero status on Pfc. Bradley Manning, the soldier at the center of the Wikileaks fury. Manning is accused of allegedly leaking a 2007 video of a laughing U.S. Apache helicopter crew gunning down 11 men in Baghdad, Iraq, including a Reuters news photographer.  (AP Photo)

Bob Meola wears a t-shirt with an image of Pfc. Bradley Manning during a city council meeting in Berkeley, Calif., Tuesday, Dec. 14, 2010. The council is considering a resolution Tuesday night bestowing hero status on Pfc. Bradley Manning, the soldier at the center of the Wikileaks fury.   (AP Photo)

Beverly Dove holds a sign as she speaks during a city council meeting in Berkeley, Calif., Tuesday, Dec. 14, 2010. The council in this famously liberal city is considering a resolution Tuesday night bestowing hero status on Pfc. Bradley Manning, the soldier at the center of the Wikileaks fury. Manning is accused of allegedly leaking a 2007 video of a laughing U.S. Apache helicopter crew gunning down 11 men in Baghdad, Iraq, including a Reuters news photographer. (AP Photo)

Cynthia Papermaster holds a sign supporting Wikileaks during a city council meeting in Berkeley, Calif., Tuesday, Dec. 14, 2010. The council in this famously liberal city is considering a resolution Tuesday night bestowing hero status on Pfc. Bradley Manning, the soldier at the center of the Wikileaks fury. Manning is accused of allegedly leaking a 2007 video of a laughing U.S. Apache helicopter crew gunning down 11 men in Baghdad, Iraq, including a Reuters news photographer.  (AP Photo)

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