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"Gender dysphoria is a serious medical condition in which a person's gender identity does not correspond to his or her assigned
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Amnesty International immediately called on President Barack Obama to commute Manning's sentence to time served. After that
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Continuing a conciliatory, apologetic theme that has been on display throughout the defense's sentencing case, Coombs said
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Manning's revelations actually saved lives. After WikiLeaks published his documentation of Iraqi torture centers established by the United States, the Iraqi government refused Obama's request to extend immunity to U.S. soldiers who commit criminal and civil offenses there.
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Bradley Manning, the Army intelligence analyst who laid bare America's wars in Iraq and Afghanistan by covertly transmitting a massive trove of sensitive government documents to WikiLeaks, has been convicted on 19 of 21 charges, including 6 counts of espionage.
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US Army Pfc Bradley Manning has been acquitted of charges brought against him for aiding the enemy, however he was convicted on multiple counts of violating the Espionage Act and faces more than 100 years in prison.
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Leak-based reporting is increasingly becoming the only way to conduct serious investigative reporting, Benkler said. Manning
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But Fein went beyond laying out an argument of what Manning knew, and tried to sketch a portrait of what Manning thought
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It remains to be seen whether or not Manning will be convicted of aiding the enemy. But on Thursday, the government received
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This post has been updated to include comment from Amnesty International. In the first phase of the trial, Lind has decided
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By DAVID DISHNEAU, THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Manning has pleaded guilty to reduced versions of some charges. He faces up to 20
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That's the hurdle the government must clear to convict Manning of aiding the enemy. The offense carries a possible life sentence
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"It would be nice if we had a videotaped confession," the prosecutor, Capt. Angel Overgaard, retorted. Instead, she said
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On one level, it is a simple matter of common sense that al Qaeda has Internet access. The group publicly posts videos and
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FORT MEADE, Md. -- The prosecution rested its case against Pfc. Bradley Manning on Tuesday, bringing to a close its testimony
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"Do you understand what this stipulation of fact is to be used for?" Col. Denise Lind, the judge overseeing the case, asked
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In a cruel twist, then, Manning's decision to release the files that included the video of Reuters journalists being killed
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The military's argument that Bradley Manning violated the aiding the enemy statute is clearly ill-founded.
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On Wednesday, the Times' own Scott Shane wrote, Overgaard took this view to its logical conclusion: As the New Yorker's Amy