• Closing prosecution and defence arguments at Fort Meade• Thursday expected to be last day in Bradley Manning hearing • Paul Almanza to make recommendation by 16 January• Updating live from Fort Meade: Matt Williams• In New York: Adam Gabbatt 9.15am: MW: I've just been told by the ever-present military lawyer – who has made the life of a lowly reporter wading through military jargon and legalese a lot easier over the last few days – that aside from the six days of testimony, the investigating officer has an additional 300,000 pages of evidence to wade through.
A second day of proceedings in a motion hearing in the court martial of Pfc. Bradley Manning will be taking place at Fort Meade in Maryland this morning. The judge is expected to issue a ruling on the government's motion to preclude... Read Post
Court martial proceedings at Fort Meade for Pfc. Bradley Manning, the soldier the United States military is prosecuting for allegedly releasing classified information to WikiLeaks, resume today. The military judge is expected to ann... Read Post