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Obama commutes sentence of WikiLeaks source Manning

Jan 18, 2017 - 8:03 AM

Obama pardoned 64 people and commuted the sentences of 209 others including Chelsea Manning in one of his final acts as president

FREE SOON. This file photo taken on August 22, 2013 shows Bradley Manning in wig and make-up as Chelsea Manning. US Army/Handout/AFP

WikiLeaks biopic opens Toronto Film Festival

Sep 06, 2013 - 3:27 PM

Film stars acclaimed English actor Benedict Cumberbatch as Julian Assange

IN CHARACTER. English actor Benedict Cumberbatch as Assange. Photo from the film's Facebook

Bradley Manning: 'I am Chelsea... I am a female'

Aug 22, 2013 - 9:23 PM

I want everyone to know the real me said the US soldier sentenced to 35 years for leaking secret documents

CHELSEA. Bradley Manning, the US soldier sentenced to 35 years for leaking secret documents, said he now considers himself to be a woman. Photo by Alex Wong/Getty Images/AFP

WikiLeaks source Manning sentenced to 35 years

Aug 21, 2013 - 10:34 PM

UPDATED US soldier Bradley Manning is sentenced to 35 years in prison and dishonorably discharged for the biggest breach of official secrets in American history

SORRY. In this file photo, US Army Private First Class Bradley Manning leaves a military court facility after hearing his verdict in the trial at Fort Meade, Maryland on July 30, 2013. Photo by  AFP/Saul Loeb

WikiLeaks: Manning apologizes, admits he 'hurt US'

Aug 15, 2013 - 10:09 AM

Bradley Manning tells judge: I want to go forward I understand I must pay the price

SORRY. In this file photo, US Army Private First Class Bradley Manning leaves a military court facility after hearing his verdict in the trial at Fort Meade, Maryland on July 30, 2013. Photo by  AFP/Saul Loeb

Manning convicted of espionage, but not of aiding enemy

Jul 31, 2013 - 1:50 AM

UPDATE Tuesday s verdict follows an exhaustive two month court martial at the Fort Meade military base in Maryland near the US capital

GUILTY, AND NOT GUILTY. US Army Private First Class Bradley Manning leaves a military court facility after hearing his verdict in the trial at Fort Meade, Maryland on July 30, 2013. Photo by  AFP/Saul Loeb

Whistleblower or traitor? US judge to rule in Manning trial

Jul 30, 2013 - 4:07 PM

US military judge Denise Lind plans to issue her judgment at 1700 GMT as the trial which got under way in June draws to a close

U.S. Army Private Bradley Manning is escorted as he leaves a military court at the end of the first of a three-day motion hearing June 6, 2012 in Fort Meade, Maryland. Alex Wong/Getty Images/AFP

US trial of Manning, WikiLeaks source, at final stage

Jul 25, 2013 - 12:00 PM

Manning s defense lawyer David Coombs and prosecutor Major Ashden Fein will have one last chance to make their case before a military judge delivers a verdict

U.S. Army Private Bradley Manning is escorted as he leaves a military court at the end of the first of a three-day motion hearing June 6, 2012 in Fort Meade, Maryland. Alex Wong/Getty Images/AFP

US soldier goes on trial over WikiLeaks disclosures

Jun 04, 2013 - 7:26 AM

The long awaited military trial of Bradley Manning got under way Monday

U.S. Army Private Bradley Manning is escorted as he leaves a military court at the end of the first of a three-day motion hearing June 6, 2012 in Fort Meade, Maryland. Alex Wong/Getty Images/AFP

WikiLeaks dubs documentary film inaccurate

May 25, 2013 - 1:42 PM

WikiLeaks releases an annotated transcript of a WikiLeaks documentary claiming to contain factual errors and misrepresentations

WE STEAL SECRETS. WikiLeaks dubs a WikiLeaks documentary as erroneous. Photos from the WikiLeaks Facebook page

WikiLeaks releases transcript of critical US film

May 24, 2013 - 1:41 PM

Wikileaks says a movie s portrayal of its founder Julian Assange was grossly irresponsible

WikiLeaks suspect may speak at pre-trial hearing

Nov 28, 2012 - 8:43 AM

Army private Bradley Manning 24 could spend the rest of his life in prison if convicted of aiding the enemy with the massive leak that embarrassed Washington and angered US allies

U.S. Army Private Bradley Manning is escorted as he leaves a military court at the end of the first of a three-day motion hearing June 6, 2012 in Fort Meade, Maryland. Alex Wong/Getty Images/AFP

WikiLeaks suspect wins battle over US documents

Jun 26, 2012 - 6:36 AM

A US military judge orders prosecutors to share more documents with WikiLeaks suspect Bradley Manning who has demanded access to government reports on the effect of the leak