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Digital Report: Bradley Manning Wants to Live As Chelsea Manning
ABC News' Louis Martinez discusses new developments in the Wikileaks case.
Prosecution Calls Bradley Manning an Anarchist and Traitor
FORT MEADE, MD. — In their closing arguments, Army prosecutors portrayed Bradley Manning as an anarchist and a man hungry for fame who was fully aware that his leak of hundreds of thousands of classified documents to Wikileaks would end up in the hands of...
Leaks That Have Rocked America From Wikileaks to the Pentagon Papers
Bradley Manning, Daniel Ellsberg, 'Deep Throat' Hae Had Major Impacts on the Country
Bradley Manning Offers Guilty Pleas
Bradley Manning, the Army soldier accused of leaking more than a half million confidential U.S. documents to whistleblower website WikiLeaks, has offered to plead guilty to some charges during his ongoing pre-trial hearing. Pfc. Manning's civilian defense attorney, David Coombs, presented the plea
Bradley Manning Accuser Adrian Lamo Takes the Stand
Adrian Lamo, the former computer hacker who first identified Bradley Manning to federal authorities as the source of hundreds of thousands of classified documents leaked to Wikileaks, was challenged by the Army private’s defense over his history as a hacker, his criminal record and his...
Witness Describes Manning’s Erratic, Violent Behavior
Bradley Manning’s former supervisor said she felt the Army private should never have been allowed to deploy to Iraq because of erratic behavior that led her to conclude he was “a threat to himself and to others .” The testimony raised questions about why Manning’s...
Evidence Shows Bradley Manning Links to Wikileaks
Prosecutors in Bradley Manning’s pre-trial hearing today provided the first evidence linking the Army private accused of leaking hundreds of thousands of classified documents with Wikileaks and the site’s founder, Julian Assange. Army investigators said they had found Assange’s name on Manning’s
Courtroom Cleared in WikiLeaks Hearing as Classified Materials Discussed
The fourth day of a pre-trial hearing for alleged WikiLeak source Bradley Manning began in Maryland today with testimony including technical descriptions of computer programs, secret discussions out of public view and questions about the Army private’s sexuality. Manning is accused of giving ...
Sen. McCain Wants Heads to Roll for Wikileaks , But Others Say Not Likely
Sen. John McCain demanded today that top brass be disciplined for the massive security breach of classified documents that are now spilling out of the Wikileaks website, but former Washington officials said that is unlikely that anyone will be held accountable beyond the lowly private who is now in
Pentagon Scrambles to Protect Sources From Taliban Revenge
Extra Staff Combing Through WikiLeak Documents to Find Sources Who May Have Been Revealed