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Topic - Martin Nehring
The vast trove of classified documents Army Pfc. Bradley Manning gave to the anti-secrecy website WikiLeaks included sensitive information about military operations and tactics, including techniques for disabling roadside bombs, the names of informants and at least one enemy target.
In his statement, one of the experts, retired Air Force Lt. Col. Martin Nehring, said he had reviewed the hundreds of thousands of U.S. military battlefield reports posted by Wikileaks.
He said he found techniques for neutralizing improvised explosive devices, the name of an enemy target, the names of criminal suspects and details of troop movements.