(Reuters) - an offer of a partial plea by the U.S. Army private accused of leaking documents to Wikileaks appears to be a two-pronged defense strategy that seeks to win sympathy from the judge and to shift the focus of the trial to charges that are more difficult to prove, legal experts said. Analysis: Manning plea offer in WikiLeaks case carries risk, reward | Reuters There's more at the link that explains why this naked plea does not require consent from prosecutors who have 22 charges against Manning in the largest leak of classified government documents in U.S. History. It basically puts the case in a different category, based on the sympathy of the judge. I smell a strong desire for corruption of military justice. Anyone else?