It could soon be time for the WikiLeaks reckoning. Federal prosecutors are reportedly putting together a criminal case against the whistleblower website, with a joint investigation by the Army and the FBI in its early stages. They are trying to determine whether WikiLeaks, led by founder Julian Assange, in any way urged army intelligence analyst Pfc. Bradley Manning to leak some 76,000 classified documents on the war in Afghanistan. "It is the view of the Department of Defense that WikiLeaks obtained this material in circumstances that constitute a violation of United States law, and that as long as WikiLeaks holds this material, the violation of the law is ongoing," Defense Department General Counsel wrote to a WikiLeaks lawyer. Experts say that, under U.S. law, prosecutors could charge WikiLeaks as an accessory to a crime or with unlawfully taking possession of stolen property.