Just an update on the story, the Army soldier who illegally released the classified video to Wikileaks, has been arrested.
Spc. Bradley Manning, an Army intelligence analyst, is reportedly the source of the 2007 video that the website Wikileaks dubbed "Collateral Murder" when it released the video online in early April.
According to Wired, the Army zeroed in on Manning after a he boasted to a former computer hacker he was chatting with online that he was the source of the video, which recorded an Apache attack on a group of men it believed were insurgents only a few blocks from where American troops were engaged in combat.
According to Wired,, Manning also leaked other materials to Wikileaks, including a 2009 video showing an air strike on Garani, Afghanistan, a classified Army document that concluded Wikileaks to be a security threat, and a batch of some 260,000 diplomatic cables that Manning reportedly claimed exposed "almost criminal political back dealings." Those cables have not been published, according to Wired.