U.S. government prosecutors have begun wrapping up their case against Army whistleblower Bradley Manning as his court-martial entered its fifth week at Fort Meade, Maryland. On Monday, prosecutors sought to firm up claims Manning “aided the enemy” by knowingly and maliciously handing over documents that would be used by al-Qaeda. A military judge allowed prosecutors to present a WikiLeaks list of “most wanted” documents in support of that claim, which could carry a life sentence. Manning has said he gave the classified material to WikiLeaks in order to expose the U.S. military’s disregard for human life and spark a domestic debate about U.S. foreign policy.