A seven day pre-trial that closes Thursday will determine if Army Pvt. Bradley Manning, a suspect in leaking confidential military and diplomatic intelligence, faces a court-martial. Manning's defense lawyers claim that the Army's computer security was lacking and a faulty chain of command. Meanwhile, his prosecutors have brought 21 witnesses to the stand in the hopes of establishing traitorous intent. Denver Nicks is the author of "Private," a forthcoming book about Bradley Manning, and has been covering the trial since its beginning. He discusses the latest developments in the trial.