A final pretrial hearing in the court martial of Pfc. Bradley Manning is being held today at Fort Meade in Maryland. Decisions on how to handle testimony from classified witnesses during the trial, which begins on June 3, are expect...
On June 3, when the long-anticipated court-martial of Army Pfc. Bradley Manning begins in Fort Meade, Md., journalists will crowd the courtroom. But at some point the press and the public likely will be ordered out while confidential testimony--including from State Department officials and active military personnel-- is heard. If...
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This week, another pretrial hearing is taking place at Fort Meade in the court martial of Pfc. Bradley Manning, the soldier who the United States military is prosecuting for disclosing information to WikiLeaks. It begins today and will take place over a period of at least two days. Show More Summary
Chase Madar, author of The Passion of Bradley Manning, tells you what you need to know about the heroic whistleblower, who goes on trial in June at Fort Meade. Manning shortened the disastrous Iraq war through his leaks, and though The New York Times depended on Manning, it has now pathologized him. Show More Summary
Another pretrial motion hearing occurred in the court martial of Pfc. Bradley Manning at Fort Meade today. During a recess in proceedings, a military legal matter expert opened a yellow envelope and pulled out physical copies of a ruling issued and read in court by the judge.
Pfc. Bradley Manning is in military court at Fort Meade for another pretrial motion hearing. The hearing will be dealing with evidentiary issues and there may be a ruling on whether the government has to prove the enemy received information...Show More Summary
Today I am going to observe the pre-trial hearings in US v. Manning that are taking place at Fort Meade, Maryland this week.
KEYW is looking for a Software Engineer in Fort Meade, MD. Qualifications for the position include the following: “Minimum of 5 years working on engineering projects for government or industry customers, demonstrating increasing levels of technical expertise and responsibility. Show More Summary
The Freedom of the Press Foundation (of which I'm a board member) this week released surreptitiously recorded audio leaked from the Bradley Manning military pre-court martial hearing at Fort Meade. For the first time, you can now hear Manning's statement in his own voice. I do not know who recorded it or leaked it, but [...]
The Freedom of the Press Foundation violated court rules when late Monday it released the full audio of Manning’s statement before a military court in Fort Meade, Md., marking the first time since his May 2010 arrest that the American public has heard the Army private speak.
Late last night, in violation of military court rules, the Freedom of the Press Foundation released audio of Pfc. Bradley Manning's personal statement before a Fort Meade, Md. court. The foundation, which openly supports Manning, immediately...Show More Summary
A foundation dedicated to promoting and funding transparency journalism has released a recording of Pfc. Bradley Manning reading a statement he made in military court at Fort Meade about releasing United States government documents to WikiLeaks. The recording from the Freedom of the Press Foundation (FPF) was covered by NBC’s “The Today Show” at 7am [...]
Whenever members of the US media have heard Pfc. Bradley Manning is about to testify or make some kind of statement in military court at Fort Meade, where his court martial is taking place, the press pool has ballooned. Suddenly, many...Show More Summary
(FORT MEADE, Md.) — After almost three years in custody, the Army private accused in the biggest leak of classified material in U.S. history said he did it because he wanted the public to know how the American military was fighting wars in Iraq and Afghanistan with little regard for human life. Show More Summary
(FORT MEADE, Md.) — Bradley Manning, the Army private arrested in the biggest leak of classified material in U.S. history, pleaded guilty Thursday to charges that could send him to prison for 20 years, saying he was trying to expose the American military’s “bloodlust” and disregard for human life in Iraq and Afghanistan. Show More Summary
In a military court at Fort Meade, Maryland, Pfc. Bradley Manning pled guilty to unauthorized possession of certain information, to willfully communicating that information to an unauthorized person, WikiLeaks, and that the conduct was “service discrediting” or prejudicial to the good order and discipline of the military.
FORT MEADE, Md. – A military judge on Thursday accepted guilty pleas by Army Pfc. Bradley Manning to 10 lesser charges against him, leaving the ex-intelligence analyst to face 12 other counts for allegedly leaking hundreds of thousands of government documents to the …
FORT MEADE, Md. – After pleading not guilty to the most serious charge against him and guilty to 16 lesser counts, U.S. Army Pfc. Bradley Manning told a military judge on Thursday that he released hundreds of thousands of classified government documents to the WikiLeaks we …
n a military court at Fort Meade, Pfc. Bradley Manning, the soldier being prosecuted for providing classified information to WikiLeaks, pled guilty to some elements of the charges he faces. He pled not guilty to stealing the information, “aiding the enemy,” “exceeding” authorized access on his computer or violating the Espionage Act. Show More Summary