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Activist Dan Choi: U.S. is on trial, not Bradley Manning

Famed “Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell” resister and gay activist Dan Choi spoke in defense of U.S. Army Private Bradley Manning during a rally outside the gates of Fort Meade in Maryland. Manning is suspected of downloading 260,000 U.S. diplomatic cables, videos of U.S. air strikes and U.S. military reports from…

Witnesses grilled as Manning hearing resumes

Defense attorneys grilled US Army investigators Saturday about the evidence against Bradley Manning and the sexual identity of the intelligence analyst accused of spilling US secrets to WikiLeaks. In cross-examination, defense attorneys for Manning, who was spending his 24th birthday in court, questioned the witnesses about whether they had come…

Cenk: ‘It’s time to free Bradley Manning’

The Young Turks host Cenk Uygur felt Friday evening that it was time for the U.S. government to release U.S. Army Pfc. Bradley Manning from prison. Nineteen months after being arrested, the trial for the Wikileaks information provider finally began on Friday. Manning is facing 22 charges, including “unauthorized release…

Manning’s lawyer calls for military judge to recuse himself

Update: Bradley Manning’s military judge refuses call to recuse himself A US soldier accused of giving classified documents to WikiLeaksappeared in court Friday for the first time, with the defense immediately alleging the military hearing is biased. Bradley Manning, a former intelligence analyst, is accused of downloading 260,000 US diplomatic cables,…

U.S. soldier in WikiLeaks case to get his day in court

WASHINGTON — A year and a half after his arrest, Bradley Manning, the US soldier accused of turning hundreds of thousands of classified US documents over to WikiLeaks, gets his first day in court on Friday. Manning, who turns 24 on Saturday, is scheduled to appear at a preliminary military…

Obama, Clinton sought for testimony in WikiLeaks case

An attorney for Pvt. Bradley Manning, the lone soldier accused of funneling volumes of secret information to anti-secrecy website WikiLeaks, has a couple of high value targets on his list of dream witnesses: namely, President Barack Obama and Secretary of State Hillary Clinton. Both appear on a list of witnesses…

December court date set for Bradley Manning in WikiLeaks case

WASHINGTON — Bradley Manning, the US soldier alleged to have passed a trove of military and diplomatic documents to WikiLeaks, will have a first hearing before a military court next month, the Pentagon said. Manning, who has spent the past year-and-a-half in prison, is to appear before a December 16…

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