bradley manning sentence

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Bradley Manning received a 35-year prison sentence on Wednesday, punishment for leaking troves of classified intelligence to the website WikiLeaks in 2010. The former Army private first class faced a maximum of 90 years in prison, and the prosecution was pushing aggressively for at least 60 years, meaning the final outcome was less harsh than it could have been.
A full transcript of Coombs' remarks in the above excerpt appears below. "Pretty much what we heard in open sessions is what
In his first on-camera interview since the beginning of Bradley Manning's trial, attorney David Coombs spoke with journalist Alexa O'Brien in Ft. Meade, Maryland today. We talk to Alexa about Coombs' next steps and the future of Bradley Manning.
Lady Gaga took to Twitter to comment on the sentencing of Bradley Manning to 35 years in prison, saying the news was "devastating
As the Cold War was winding down in 1989, Peri, then a U.S. Army specialist, disappeared from his Germany-based regiment
Bradley Manning's sentencing on Wednesday received about as much attention from the cable news networks that every other
Zach Carter joins Mike Sacks to discuss Bradley Manning's sentence for leaking military secrets.
HuffPost National Reporter Matt Sledge joins HuffPost Live to share his thoughts on the Bradley Manning verdict.
A 2009 Senate Armed Services Committee report found that the abuses at Abu Ghraib were not the result of a few unmonitored
3. The Iraq War Logs As part of his work as an Army intelligence analyst, Manning had access to a wealth of sensitive Army
"We'll keep fighting for you, Bradley," one exclaimed. His leaks included a video of an Apache helicopter attack in Baghdad
By DAVID DISHNEAU AND PAULINE JELINEK, THE ASSOCIATED PRESS If Buchanan approves a sentence that includes a bad-conduct discharge
Prosecutors have asked for at least a 60-year prison term; the defense has suggested no more than 25 years. FORT MEADE, Md
This is a developing story and has been updated. Jesselyn Radack, a lawyer at the non-profit Government Accountability Project
Coombs also said "there really wasn't that much information that came out" during the two weeks of testimony from the prosecution's
That he is looking at life in prison suggests a moral failure that permeates out society from top to bottom. The mere fact that he had to live the life he did, suggests a societal moral failure no less significant. God bless Bradley Manning. He deserved better.
By DAVID DISHNEAU, THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Manning faces up to 90 years in prison for disclosing reams of classified information
"In my heart I believe that," he replied, adding that he wondered if perhaps "someone tried to turn the tables on him" after