bradley manning trial

The military policy against providing hormone therapy to prisoners like Chelsea Manning raises "serious constitutional concerns
Aug 22 (Reuters) - The U.S. Army does not provide hormone therapy or sex-reassignment surgery, a spokeswoman said on Thursday
Click above to watch a clip of Ellsberg's interview with HuffPost Live. The full interview is available here. Ellsberg was
A full transcript of Coombs' remarks in the above excerpt appears below. "Pretty much what we heard in open sessions is what
WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange said Bradley Manning's sentence of 35 years in prison is a "significant tactical victory
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.
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
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.
Lind ruled that Manning could not argue that he was not guilty because his leaks were motivated by a desire to serve the
Pfc. Bradley Manning took the stand Wednesday at his sentencing hearing in the WikiLeaks case and apologized for hurting his country, pleading with a military judge for a chance to go to college and become a productive citizen.
Navy Capt. David Moulton, a forensic psychiatrist, said Bradley Manning exhibited symptoms of fetal alcohol syndrome. His
Capt. Michael Worsley, a reservist psychologist who saw Manning repeatedly between December 2009 and May 2010, said his patient
Defense attorney David Coombs says Manning will take the stand during the sentencing phase of his court-martial Wednesday
Well aware of Manning's mental health issues, Adkins considered not sending him to Iraq. But another soldier in the intelligence
"We would see him maybe once a day. He would just kind of pop his head in, smile at everybody," said Johnson of Maj. Clifford
By DAVID DISHNEAU, THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Manning faces up to 90 years in prison for disclosing reams of classified information