bradley manning verdict

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.
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.
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Continuing a conciliatory, apologetic theme that has been on display throughout the defense's sentencing case, Coombs said
Even before the Manning trial began, the emerging look of a new America was coming into view. In recent years, weapons, tactics, and techniques developed in Iraq and Afghanistan as well as in the war on terror have begun arriving in "the homeland."
De Sousa continued: "Yet the president and three prime ministers have never demanded that the U.S. explain themselves, or
FORT MEADE, Md. -- As sentencing began for Bradley Manning, the Army private first class who was convicted Tuesday on 19
The release of diplomatic cables, warzone logs and videos embarrassed the U.S. and its allies. U.S. officials warned of dire
"This is how investigative journalism works, Jeff," Greenwald said. "People inside the government with a conscience come