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Arrest Of Bradley Manning
Latest Arrest Of Bradley Manning Items
Pfc. Bradley Manning, 25, pleaded guilty to misusing classified material on Thursday, but he declined to plead on the more serious charge — aiding the enemy, according to a report by The Associated Press.
A military judge says she will rule later Tuesday on a motion to dismiss all charges against an Army private charged with sending reams of classified documents to the WikiLeaks website.
A former Marine Corps brig commander said on Monday that her decision to have underwear removed from an Army private charged in the WikiLeaks case prompted a request that she run future orders involving Pfc. Bradley Manning up the chain of command before executing them.
Some former guards at the Marine Corps brig in Quantico, Va., are testifying against an Army private charged with sending hundreds of thousands of classified documents to the secret-spilling WikiLeaks website.
An Army private charged with leaking classified material to WikiLeaks said Friday that he tied a bedsheet into a noose while considering suicide during his pretrial confinement in Kuwait.
An Army private charged in the biggest security breach in U.S. history is trying to avoid trial by claiming he already was punished enough when he was locked up alone in a small cell and forced to sleep naked for several nights.
A fundraising campaign by secret-busting website WikiLeaks drew the ire of many within the Anonymous movement Friday, sparking an online spat which suggests a rift between WikiLeaks chief Julian Assange and some of his most vigorous supporters.
WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange called on President Obama to end a so-called "witch hunt" against his secret-spilling website, appearing in public Sunday for the first time since he took refuge two months ago inside Ecuadorean Embassy in London to avoid extradition to Sweden on sex-crimes allegations.
Wikileaks founder Julian Assange portrayed himself Sunday as a victim of an American "witch hunt" over his secret-spilling website in a defiant address from the balcony of an embassy where he has holed up to avoid extradition to face sex assault allegations.