Bradley Manning

Manning Aunt Testifies at Military Trial; Assange Emerges in Testimony

The trial of Army whistleblower Bradley Manning continues at Fort Meade, Maryland. On Tuesday, Manning’s aunt testified he told her of his initial hope that the video he released of a U.S. helicopter shooting dead Iraqi civilians would become “big…

Hacker Who Alerted Gov’t Testifies at Bradley Manning Trial

The military court-martial of accused Army whistleblower Bradley Manning continued at Fort Meade, Maryland, on Tuesday for a second day. Witnesses included Adrian Lamo, the convicted computer hacker who turned Manning in to U.S. authorities after the two became friends…

Mass Rally for Bradley Manning at Fort Meade on June 1st

After more than three years of imprisonment, including nine months of torture, Nobel Peace Prize nominee Bradley Manning’s trial will finally begin June 3rd, 2013, in military courtroom at Fort Meade, Maryland. The outcome of this trial will determine whether…

Bradley Manning has honour awarded and then withdrawn by San Francisco Pride Parade

Earlier in the week Bradley Manning, the openly gay US soldier and source of the wikileaks documents which shone some light on the antics of the US government around the world and has led to him facing prison for the…

Bradley Manning Nobel Peace Campaign (Year 3) gathering pace

Whistleblower Bradley Manning has been nominated [for the third year running] for the Nobel Peace Prize, and according to several websites he should receive it. We include here links for those who would like to support the nomination. “No individual…

Audio recording of Bradley Manning’s statement leaked

The Freedom of the Press Foundation published a full audio recording of Bradley Manning’s statement to the court taking responsibility for WikiLeaks’ releases. The transparency group Freedom of the Press Foundation has published an illicit audio recording of Pfc. Bradley…

Bradley to take stand tomorrow to justify WikiLeaks releases

Ft. Meade, MD–This Thursday, Feb. 28, from 9:30am in the courtroom at Ft. Meade, MD, Army Private First Class Bradley Manning is expected to publicly explain his reasons for releasing classified information through WikiLeaks. This will be only the second…

Events being organised as Bradley Manning approaches 1000 days in prison without trial

The soldier behind the huge leaks of information that ended up on Wikileaks, Bradley Manning, has been in jail awaiting trial for nearly 1,000 days for exposing war crimes, corruption, and widespread abuse. Demonstrations are being organized to mark the…

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