Bradley Manning: Truth on trial?
We examine the implications of Manning’s trial and speak exclusively to Wikileaks founder Julian Assange. Listening Post Last Modified: 15 Jun 2013 12:07. Email Article. Print Article. Share article. Send Feedback. This week, a special edition of the …
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Bradley Manning, a U.S. Army soldier, admitted sending 700,000 government documents to Wikileaks in 2010. It was the biggest leak of classified information in U.S. history. Manning is now charged under Articles 92 and 134 of the Uniform Code of …
See all stories on this topic »WikiLeaks releases transcript of critical US film
WikiLeaks said it had not participated in the making of We Steal Secrets: The Story of WikiLeaks, a film by Alex Gibney that focuses on the website’s controversial founder Julian Assange and its chief informant Bradley Manning. Photo: AFP. Also Read.
See all stories on this topic »Weekly Wrap-Up on Week 2 of Bradley Manning’s Trial
With the identity of Edward Snowden, the whistleblower behind disclosures on National Security Agency top secret surveillance programs, forming a backdrop that dominated the news, Pfc. Bradley Manning’s trial entered its second week. Another …
See all stories on this topic »Interview with Chase Madar on Bradley Manning and US transparency
WASHINGTON, June 15, 2015 – Journalist Chase Madar of The Nation, is a civil rights attorney in New York and the author of The Passion of Bradley Manning: The Story behind the Wikileaks Whistleblower (Verso). As an expert on the courtmartial of Bradley …
See all stories on this topic »The Whistleblower’s Guide to the Orwellian Galaxy: How to Leak to the Press
Daniel Ellsberg, Mark Felt, Jeffrey Wigand, Sherron Watkins, Bradley Manning, and now… Edward Snowden. (He’s just the latest informant caught in the web of government administrations that view George Orwell’s 1984 as an operations manual.) But while …
See all stories on this topic »For Snowden, a Life of Ambition, Despite the Drifting
After handing over the documents, he told The Guardian of his admiration for both Pfc. Bradley Manning, who is now on trial for providing 700,000 confidential documents to WikiLeaks, and Daniel Ellsberg, who disclosed the Pentagon Papers in 1971.
See all stories on this topic »Military Judge Runs A Shell Game
Public access to the Bradley Manning court-martial doesn’t exist in any meaningful sense, despite the demands of the U.S. Constitution or the Manual for Courts Martial United States (MCM) published by the U.S. Dept. of Defense, which is the prosecutor.
See all stories on this topic »Julian Assange: a year in the embassy
“What we don’t want to see is him ending up the same way as Bradley Manning — detained without trial, abused in prison and now facing life imprisonment.” Manning, a 25-year-old US soldier, is being court-martialled for passing the war logs and cables …
See all stories on this topic »Assange: America is at the precipice of turnkey totalitarianism
Bradley Manning’s trial began on Monday last week, three years after he was arrested. The United States Department of Justice has admitted that its even larger investigation into WikiLeaks and myself continues. Despite this, or perhaps even because of …
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