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Hacker: Why I turned FBI informer
Hacker, now in hiding, who turned in WikiLeaks suspect Bradley Manning, says he got "coffee and a pat on the back".
Last Modified: 13 Mar 2011 21:58 GMT

Former US army soldier Bradley Manning is currently being held in defence department custody, at a military base in Virginia.

He was arrested in July, after the FBI received a tip-off from convicted computer hacker Adrian Lamo.

In this Al Jazeera exclusive interview, Monica Villamizar spoke to Lamo about Manning's arrest.

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