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BRADLEY MANNING AIDING THE ENEMY
ACLU: Denying Chelsea Manning Hormone Therapy May Violate Constitutional Rights
Ryan J. Reilly
The military policy against providing hormone therapy to prisoners like Chelsea Manning raises "serious constitutional concerns
Bradley Manning Sentenced To 35 Years In Prison For WikiLeaks Disclosures
"We'll keep fighting for you, Bradley," one exclaimed. His leaks included a video of an Apache helicopter attack in Baghdad
Bradley Manning Deserves 60-Year Sentence, Government Argues
This is a developing story and has been updated. Jesselyn Radack, a lawyer at the non-profit Government Accountability Project
Bradley Manning's Revelations Saved Lives
Professor Emerita at Thomas Jefferson School of Law
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.
Bradley Manning Found Guilty Of 19 Counts
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.
Bradley Manning Guilty On Lesser Charges, Faces 100+ Years
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.
Bradley Manning Found Guilty Of 19 Counts, Not Guilty Of Aiding The Enemy
For journalists watching the proceedings from a remote media room, there was no time to gauge Manning's reaction before the
Bradley Manning Trial's Closing Arguments Are Heard
As the prosecution of Manning wrapped its closing argument on Thursday, the military's case and strategy came into crystalline
Judge's Retention Of Bradley Manning 'Aiding The Enemy' Charge Spells Trouble For Journalists
There has been no evidence presented that Manning directly communicated with Al Qaeda or any other group besides WikiLeaks
Bradley Manning Loses Motion To Dismiss Aiding The Enemy Charge
Widney Brown, senior director of International Law and Policy at Amnesty International, said in a statement after the decision
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'Aiding The Enemy' Charge Not Dismissed By Judge In Bradley Manning Trial
Lind is still considering defense motions to acquit Manning of five theft counts. By DAVID DISHNEAU, THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
Bradley Manning Wikileaks Trial: Judge Prepares To Hand Down Ruling On Aiding The Enemy Charge
The ASSOCIATED PRESS FORT MEADE, Md. -- A court-martial judge at Fort Meade, Md., is deciding whether to acquit an Army private
Bradley Manning Defense Says U.S. Wants To Put 'A Hammer Down On Any Whistleblower'
But Overgaard was less confident when asked by the judge whether Manning would have been charged differently on aiding the
Bradley Manning Aided The Enemy Because He Knew Al Qaeda Uses The Internet, Prosecutors Charge
When the government brought the charge against Manning in May 2011, the move aroused a firestorm of criticism over fears
Bradley Manning Prosecution Rests As Defense Considers Argument To Dismiss Charges
Moments after resting his case, Army prosecutor Captain Ashden Fein unexpectedly announced the government will drop its attempt
Osama Bin Laden Raid Evidence Entered In Bradley Manning Trial
"Yes ma'am," Manning replied. "Do you understand what this stipulation of fact is to be used for?" Col. Denise Lind, the
Bradley Manning Trial Begins
In response to the government's charges, Manning's lawyer David Coombs will likely argue that his client thought of himself
Bradley Manning and Military Overreach
Geoffrey R. Stone
Edward H. Levi Distinguished Service Professor of Law, Univers...
The military's argument that Bradley Manning violated the aiding the enemy statute is clearly ill-founded.
Bradley Manning Would Be 'Aiding The Enemy' If He Leaked To The New York Times, Prosecutors Say
Politico's Josh Gerstein reported Tuesday that Capt. Angel Overgaard, one of the prosecutors in the case, argued that "publishing
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