Wednesday, December 5, 2012

Bradley manning

  • Bradley Manning's 'Unlawful Pretrial Punishment' Hearing, Day 7

    UPDATE - 2:20 PM EST When Bradley Manning was processed in intake at Quantico, the Duty Brig Supervisor overrided his initial classification.

  • Manning Up

    Whatever one's views about his alleged actions, you would need a pretty hard shell not to be moved by the case of Bradley Manning. Hero to some, traitor to others, this diminutive soldier has endured an unprecedented level of mistreatment, languishing ...

  • Bradley Manning Hearing On Confinement Resumes

    A former Marine Corps brig supervisor, Master Sgt. Brian Papakie, testified Wednesday that a history of depression increased Pfc. Bradley Manning's suicide risk. The military hearing on the dispute resumed at Fort Meade, near Baltimore. The proceeding ...

  • Live Report from Bradley Manning Pre-Trial Hearing

    Bradley Manning's "unlawful pretrial punishment" hearing continues today, following six days of testimonies including from Manning himself.

  • Accused WikiLeaker Bradley Manning Speaks Publicly for First Time

    Private First Class Bradley Manning, the American soldier accused of leaking hundreds of thousands of classified and confidential military and diplomatic documents to the anti-secrecy website WikiLeaks, took the stand in a military court today to make ...

  • Wikileaks Suspect Bradley Manning Chokes Up at Hearing

    PFC Bradley Manning choked back tears during a second day of testimony at a hearing before his military trial as he claimed he didn't tell his family about the conditions of his confinement at the Marine brig at Quantico, Va.

  • Bradley Manning's history showed self-harm risk, counselors testify

    Army Staff Sgt. Ryan Jordan and Marine Master Sgt. Craig Blenis testified on the sixth day of a pretrial hearing for Pfc. Bradley Manning at Fort Meade, near Baltimore. Related; Judge accepts terms of Manning's proposed plea · Psychiatrists recommended ...

  • The Bradley Manning Case and Our Decade of Denial

    For nearly three years, Bradley Manning, the 24-year-old army private accused of leaking classified documents, has been denied the right to speak in public.

  • Manning's lawyer speaks publicly for first time

    The lawyer representing the army private accused of the biggest intelligence leak in US history has spoken publicly for the first time about the case.

  • Bradley Manning's trial delayed for more pretrial proceedings

    Pfc. Bradley Manning's trial on whether he gave a treasure trove of classified documents to WikiLeaks has been delayed about a month, a military judge said Sunday.

  • Bradley Manning talks about imprisonment

    Speaking publicly for the first time about his May 2010 arrest and subsequent confinement, Pfc. Bradley Manning discussed the nearly two months he spent in a cell in a segregation tent at an Army installation in Kuwait before he was moved stateside.

  • Judge accepts terms of Manning's proposed plea

    A pretrial hearing for Pfc. Bradley Manning resumed Friday at Fort Meade, Md. Manning was being cross-examined by Maj. Ashden Fein.

  • Hearing for Bradley Manning focuses on harsh prison treatment

    A pre-trial hearing for U.S. Army Private Bradley Manning, who is accused of masterminding a massive leak of classified material to the WikiLeaks website, focused on Saturday on a 2011 incident when he broke down and cried in a military brig.

  • Bradley Manning's attorney 1st ever presentation

    The attorney representing Bradley Manning, the U.S. Army private accused of releasing military reports to WikiLeaks, made his first public speaking appearance on Monday.

  • Bradley Manning trial postponed amid debate over pre-trial confinement

    Pfc Bradley Manning has been behind bars since his arrest in Baghdad in May 2010 on suspicion of being responsible for the largest leak of state secrets in US history.

  • Bradley Manning Contemplated Suicide While Detained

    Bradley Manning, the solider accused of leaking military documents, broke his silence while on trial describing in length his time at various military detention camps.

  • Ryan Jordan, Bradley Manning's Former Counselor, Testifies That History ...

    Army Staff Sgt. Ryan Jordan and Marine Master Sgt. Craig Blenis testified on the sixth day of a pretrial hearing for Pfc. Bradley Manning at Fort Meade, near Baltimore. The hearing is to determine whether Manning's nine months in pretrial confinement ...

  • Blanking Bradley Manning: NYT and AP Launch Operation Amnesia

    On Thursday, Bradley Manning, one of the foremost prisoners of conscience in the world today, testified in open court -- the first time his voice has been heard since he was arrested, confined and subjected to psychological torture by the U.S.

  • Bradley Manning to Address the Court

    Pfc. Bradley Manning's lawyers are seeking to have any sentence eventually imposed on him reduced or dismissed on the grounds that the conditions of his detainment at the Marine base at Quantico, Va.

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