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Bradley Edward Manning (born December 17, 1987) is a United States Army soldier who was arrested in May 2010 in Iraq on suspicion of having passed classified material to the whistleblower website WikiLeaks. He was charged with a number of offenses, including communicating national defense information to an unauthorized source and aiding the enemy, a capital offense, though prosecutors said they would not seek the death penalty. He was arraigned in February 2012 at Fort Meade, Maryland, where he declined to enter a plea. The trial is expected to begin in February 2013.


Assigned to an Army unit based near Baghdad, Manning had access to databases used by the United States government to transmit classified information. He was arrested after Adrian Lamo, a computer hacker, told the FBI that Manning had confided during online chats that he had downloaded material from these databases and passed it to WikiLeaks. The material included videos of the July 12, 2007 Baghdad airstrike and the 2009 Granai airstrike in Afghanistan; 250,000 United States diplomatic cables; and 500,000 army reports that came to be known as the Iraq War logs and Afghan War logs. It was the largest set of restricted documents ever leaked to the public. Much of it was published by WikiLeaks or its media partners between April and November 2010.


Manning was held from July 2010 in the Marine Corps Brig, Quantico, Virginia, under Prevention of Injury status, which entailed de facto solitary confinement and other restrictions that caused international concern. In April 2011, 295 academics – many of them prominent American legal scholars – signed a letter arguing that the detention conditions violated the United States Constitution. Later that month the Pentagon transferred him to Fort Leavenworth, allowing him to interact with other detainees.

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... cases these were blatant war crimes committed by the Americans – standout examples include the Haditha massacre and the helicopter attack revealed in the WikiLeaks video released by Bradley Manning. It is hypocritical to pretend such hysteria over a few dozen deaths at the hands of the Syrian Army, ...
When a young man queried about using the Democratic Party to carry on resistance against institutions, the transgender activist born Bradley Manning said: “I really can't talk about that.” And offered a chance to explain her use of WikiLeaks as a “platform of last resort” — since she said The New York Times ...

SAN DIEGO (KGTV) - Chelsea Manning, a former Army intelligence analyst who provided classified information to Wikileaks, spoke Monday at San Diego State University. Manning was ... A judge convicted Manning - then known as Bradley Manning - on 20 counts, including violations of the Espionage Act.
In June 2010, Manning, then an army intelligence analyst known as Bradley Manning, was arrested after Lamo turned her into the FBI. Lamo's information helped convict Manning of leaking U.S. Army combat footage and classified State Department records to WikiLeaks. In 2010 and 2011, WIRED ...
A decade ago she was known as Pvt. Bradley Manning, working as an Army intelligence analyst in Iraq, where she had a front-row seat to the war: “These were real people in real places, ... On April 5, 2010, WikiLeaks released the first of Chelsea Manning's leaks: a grainy video called “Collateral Murder.
A decade ago she was known as Pvt. Bradley Manning, working as an Army intelligence analyst in Iraq, where she had a front-row seat to the war: “These were real people in real places, ... On April 5, 2010, WikiLeaks released the first of Chelsea Manning's leaks: a grainy video called “Collateral Murder.

A decade ago she was known as Pvt. Bradley Manning, working as an Army intelligence analyst in Iraq, where she had a front-row seat to the war: “These were real people in real places, ... On April 5, 2010, WikiLeaks released the first of Chelsea Manning's leaks: a grainy video called “Collateral Murder.
“In the seven years since WikiLeaks published the largest leak of classified documents in history, the federal government has said they caused enormous damage to national security. ... You've heard from Bradley Manning once before, which was when he testified about the torture that happened to him.
Manning, known at the time as Bradley Manning, was eventually sentenced to 35 years in prison. However, President Barack Obama later commuted her sentence and she was released in May 2017. She is now attempting to become the Senator for Maryland, her home state. Wikileaks founder Julian ...
The transgender woman, known as Bradley Manning when she was convicted in 2013 of leaking more than 700,000 classified documents, was ... debate has taken place about the ethics of Manning's actions, with some labeling her a traitor, while others believe her actions as a whistle blower were heroic.
Manning said she sees overtones of what she encountered during her service in Iraq, where, then known as Bradley Manning, the Army private observed a ... Manning expressed no regret for her decision, in 2010, to leaking more than 70,000 files to Wikileaks, including video taken during an American ...
Chelsea Manning spent seven years in prison before her sentence was commuted by President Obama. Adrian Lamo, the man who dropped a dime on Chelsea Manning, died this month in Kansas. The 36-year-old hacker, who had more recently lived as a drifter and who previously was convicted for ...
After orchestrating the largest leak of classified information in history, most of which concerned U.S. military involvement in the deaths of innocent civilians, Manning, who was then-Lt. Bradley Manning, was arrested by the FBI ... After she left the military, WikiLeaks provided her with a space to tell the truth.
On a Thursday afternoon in November 2015, a light snow was falling outside the windows of the Ecuadorian embassy in London, despite the relatively warm weather, and Julian Assange was inside, sitting at his computer and pondering the upcoming 2016 presidential election in the United States. In little ...
Manning, a transgender woman formerly known as Bradley Manning, was convicted by court martial in 2013 of leaking hundreds of thousands of classified documents to WikiLeaks and sentenced to 35 years in prison. She was arrested outside a U.S. Army base in Iraq in May 2010. Her 2013 sentence was ...
... to create an image of Manning since none existed after her gender transitioning began in 2013 — while she was still on trial as Bradley Manning. ... an interview conducted with Manning via mail by artists and activists including Jacob Appelbaum, who — like Manning — has worked with Wikileaks.
Privacy Please: Daniel Ellsberg, who leaked the infamous Pentagon Papers in the 1970s, speaks at a rally for accused WikiLeaks leaker Bradley Manning. Ellsberg has become an outspoken opponent of the government?s use of the Espionage Act to target those who reveal controversial programs. Share.

Manning, who as Bradley Manning was convicted on charges related to the theft and leaking of classified government documents, declared earlier in ... after reportedly stealing and leaking over 750,000 classified government documents to organization WikiLeaks and was sentenced to 35 years in prison.
WikiLeaks founder and leader Julian Assange is a polarizing figure. That was the case even before the 2016 US presidential campaign, during which WikiLeaks communicated with members of Donald Trump's entourage, including his son, Donald Jr., and made public internal emails from the Democratic ...
... on Chelsea (nee Bradley) Manning when she tried to drive into Quebec last ... plus battlefield footage, to the anti-secrecy website WikiLeaks.
Chelsea (Bradley) Manning Blocked From Entering Canada Because Of ... government cables and leaking them to the website WikiLeaks.
One of George Gittoes's portraits of the WikiLeaks founder is up for an ... (then Bradley Manning) on WikiLeaks under the title Collateral Murder.
... over a decision to bestow 'visiting fellow' status on convicted traitor involved in a WikiLeaks breach, Chelsea (formerly Bradley) Manning.
... a trove of military and diplomatic reports to the anti-secrecy website WikiLeaks. ... who was known as Pfc. Bradley Manning when she was arrested in 2010, ... the longest sentence of any whistle-blower in the United States.
The 29-year-old transgender US Army private, born Bradley Manning, will be freed on 17 May instead of her scheduled 2045 release. She was ...
But she really, really didn't want to talk about WikiLeaks. "I'm not going to have this ... Army Pfc. Bradley Manning in 2011.REUTERS/Benjamin ...
Wikileaks founder Julian Assange speaks via video conference to the ... many of whom are apparently whistleblowers like Bradley Manning ...
Chelsea Manning reveals the real reason Bradley Manning joined the ... sensitive government documents to WikiLeaks during a tour in Iraq.
She is the former Fort Drum soldier previously known as Bradley Manning. However one might view Manning — as a whistle-blower or a traitor ...
And to the extent that WikiLeaks of 2017 (which seems to have pursued ... While living as Bradley Manning, she expressed an interest in ...
“The Pentagon threatened WikiLeaks and me personally, threatened us ... of Bradley Manning, myself and the organization more generally.”.
... years in prison for leaking government documents to WikiLeaks. ... still known as Bradley Manning, she was pardoned in January 2017 by ...
Besides prosecuting and jailing U.S. Army leaker Chelsea Manning, who shared thousands of classified documents with WikiLeaks, including ...
Consider Bradley Manning (now Chelsea Manning), a former Army soldier ... documents from the military and forwarded them to WikiLeaks.
In 2010, Manning — then known as Bradley Manning — was an Army analyst in ... In the several years since WikiLeaks released hundreds of ...
The 29-year-old transgender US Army private, born Bradley Manning, will be freed on 17 May instead of her scheduled 2045 release. She was ...
Bradley Manning graces the cover of the latest issue of Vogue in a ... operations to WikiLeaks, endangering lives and disrupting policy.
In 2010, Pvt. Chelsea (then Bradley) Manning leaked files revealing war crimes and government deceptions related to the wars in Afghanistan and Iraq.
This release, described by WikiLeaks as only "an introductory disclosure," would greatly assist rival states, cyber criminals and hackers trying to catch up to the more advanced cyber capabilities of countries like the U.S.
The WikiLeaks' CIA dump has exposed a deep systemic crisis within the US intelligence community, according to Israeli commentator and political analyst Avigdor Eskin.
As his last act of obeisance to the idol of identity politics, former President Barack Obama pardoned the 35-year prison sentence of Pvt.
And in 2010, WikiLeaks was happy to publish a cache stolen by then-Army Pfc. Bradley Manning, including a quarter-million diplomatic cables that might have put friends of the United States at risk by exposing confidential American activity abroad.
... "very disappointed" with former President Barack Obama's pardon of Chelsea Manning, formerly Pfc. Bradley Manning, a United States Army soldier sentenced to 35 years in prison for leaking hundreds of thousands of classified documents to WikiLeaks.
The most recent dump of documents from WikiLeaks can be directly attributed to Bradley Manning and Edward Snowden. No, I don't think either of these two previous titleholders of the "biggest spy in modern history" award was directly involved with this ...
La nuova botta di rivelazioni di Wikileaks ha il grande pregio di riportare sulla terra una serie di fantasie che si erano levate come palloncini e che, come quelli, erano destinate a scoppiare appena arrivate in quota. Gli 8 mila nuovi file, per farla ...
The most recent dump of documents from WikiLeaks can be directly attributed to Bradley Manning and Edward Snowden. No, I don't think either of these two previous titleholders of the "biggest spy in modern history" award was directly involved with this ...
But for a man holed up in an embassy, fighting off possible prosecution, the Australian founder of the anti-secrecy group WikiLeaks has managed to re-emerge as remarkably relevant to U.S. politics, first during the presidential campaign last year and ...
But for a man holed up in an embassy, fighting off possible prosecution, the Australian founder of the anti-secrecy group WikiLeaks has managed to re-emerge as remarkably relevant to U.S. politics, first during the presidential campaign last year and ...
WASHINGTON (Sinclair Broadcast Group) - Wikileaks founder Julian Assange made a broadcast appearance on Thursday to discuss the release of Vault 7, what the group has called the largest ever publication of classified CIA documents detailing the agency ...
The most recent "dump" of documents from WikiLeaks can be directly attributed to Bradley Manning and Edward Snowden.


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