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My first reaction when I saw this on Twitter was, is this a joke? The day after being sentenced to 35 years in prison, this? Apparently it’s serious.  Manning announced on NBC via a letter that he will sue to force the Army to pay...

Bradley Manning was sentenced by a military judge today to 35 years in prison for releasing classified information to Wikileaks, the largest leak in US history. BREAKING: #Manning gets 35 years in WikiLeaks case, and will be credited with 1,294 days due to pre-trial confinement....

As the defense neared the end of its side in the sentencing phase of Bradley Manning’s trial, the convicted Wikileaker spoke to the court himself today.  In an unsworn statement, he began with an apology, saying, “I am sorry that my actions hurt people; I...

As the sentencing phase in the court martial of Bradley Manning continues, a military judge has ruled that his maximum possible prison sentence will be reduced to 90 years. From Reuters: A U.S. military judge reduced potential prison time for Private First Class Bradley Manning...

A military judge deciding the fate of Wikileaker Bradley Manning will announce her verdict on Tuesday afternoon. #Breaking: Verdict in alleged Wikileaker Bradley Manning's case will be announced tomorrow at 1 p.m. ET, @ABC confirms — ABC News (@ABC) July 29, 2013 Army Col. Denise Lind,...

Bradley Manning will face the charge of “aiding the enemy,” after a military judge ruled today that the charge will not be dropped.  Defense attorneys for Manning had earlier filed a motion for this and other charges to be dismissed, while human rights groups also...

The defense will kick off its case Monday morning in the court martial of US Army Private First Class Bradley Manning, who stands accused of leaking more than 700,000 files, many of which included classified information, to Wikileaks.  The prosecution rested its case last week...

Military Judge Col. Denise Lind ruled Friday that two tweets posted by Wikileaks can be permitted as evidence in the case against Army Private First Class Bradley Manning. From FOX News: A military judge has ruled that prosecutors can introduce tweets suggesting an Army private...

The military trial of Private First Class Bradley Manning resumes today at Fort Meade in Maryland.  Manning stands accused of charges that include violation of the Espionage Act and aiding the enemy for his actions in releasing a trove of classified files to the anti-secrecy...

The military trial in the case of Wikileaker Bradley Manning continued earlier this week.  An interesting legal point in the case has arisen, as Manning’s defense lawyers pushed back against tweets that the prosecution wanted introduced as evidence. Allow me first to provide a little...

Day two in the military trial of Bradley Manning continued today. While much of the day’s events are reported to have focused on chain-of-custody issues and other evidentiary matters, one notable highlight was the testimony of the man who first alerted authorities to the extensive...

Day one of the trial of Pfc. Bradley Manning, who stands accused of leaking more than 700,000 military and diplomatic documents to Wikileaks, began today.  Starkly different portraits of Manning were portrayed by prosecutor Army Capt. Joe Morrow and defense attorney David Coombs. From the...

Private First Class Bradley Manning, the soldier responsible for leaking over 700,000 documents containing classified information to Wikileaks, will finally face military trial this week at Fort Meade, Maryland.  Colonel Denise Lind will ultimately decide the soldier’s case. From Reuters: Manning, an intelligence analyst, was...