Chelsea Manning is serving a 35-year prison sentence for leaking classified US government documents to the website WikiLeaks. From her prison cell in Kansas, Chelsea tells us why speaking out against injustice can be a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity. Join Amnesty International … Please continue reading.
Soldier Chelsea Manning, who is serving 35 years in a military prison for leaking classified documents to WikiLeaks, was found guilty on Tuesday of violating jail rules and given three weeks of recreation curbs, the American Civil Liberties Union said. The former intelligence analyst was convicted...
The Army private is serving a 35-year prison sentence for leaking thousands of classified documents to WikiLeaks. The latest charges came after she kept magazines and an expired toothpaste.
The former intelligence analyst was convicted in 2013 of providing more than 700,000 documents, videos, diplomatic cables and battlefield accounts to WikiLeaks, in the biggest breach of classified materials in U.S. history. "Chelsea's ridiculous convictions today will not silence her," her attorney Nancy Hollander said on Twitter.
Chelsea Manning, the former US Army soldier who received a 35-year sentence in military prison for providing classified documents to WikiLeaks, has been found guilty again, this time for possessing unapproved reading material and expired toothpaste. Show More Summary
A third charge of sexual molestation against WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange runs out on August 18.
Crowdfunding has gotten startups off the ground. Now it’s being used to a more controversial end: WikiLeaks is crowdfunding with the goal of leaking information about impending trade deals.
Three years after Ecuador's government granted political asylum to Julian Assange in its small ground-floor London embassy, the founder of WikiLeaks is still there -- beyond the reach of the government whose vice president, Joe Biden, has labeled him "a digital terrorist." The Obama administration wants Assange in a U.S. Show More Summary
Supporters of WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange gathered near the Ecuadorian Embassy in London on Sunday in a solidarity campaign to ask for freedom to the whistleblower and to express gratitude to Ecuador for granting him political asylum three years ago.
August 16, 2015 marks three years since WikiLeaks founder Julian Paul Assange was granted political asylum by the Ecuadorian Embassy in London, United Kingdom.
August 16 marks three years since Ecuador decided to grant political asylum to the whistleblower Julian Assange, the founder of the website WikiLeaks.
Institute for Public Accuracy Executive Director Norman Solomon claims that WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange has launched a new era of possibility for democracy around the world by his revelations through leaked documents.
I'm not sure how long the ridiculous Julian Assange has been holed up in the Ecuador Embassy in London, but I thought it worthwhile reminding readers that this whole saga goes back a number of years - and that the Wikileaks founder is, in fact, a fugitive from justice in both the UK and Sweden. Show More Summary
Chelsea Manning, the US army soldier who leaked classified documents to Wikileaks, is looking at “indefinite” solitary confinement for infractions that include possessing a copy of the Caitlyn Jenner Vanity Fair magazine and using an expired tube of toothpaste. Read more...
Statute of limitations aside, WikiLeaks founder fears being arrested and sent to US.
Time essentially ran out on investigations into three sex-crime accusations against WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange. One allegation of rape remains.
Chelsea Manning, convicted of espionage in 2013 for leaking military documents to the website WikiLeaks, is facing punishment that could include "indefinite solitary confinement" for breaking prison rules — including having a copy of...Show More Summary
Some assault charges against WikiLeaks founder reach five-year prosecution limit but rape charge stands.
LONDON (Reuters) - Britain said on Thursday it would make a formal protest to Ecuador over its decision to provide asylum to WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange in its London embassy and so prevent his extradition to Sweden over alleged sex crimes.