A Partial Victory for WikiLeaker in Court Today
A judge ruled the prosecution would have to prove that Army PFC Bradley Manning had “reason to believe” the information would aid Al Qaeda and other terrorist groups.
The “Indie” Journalists At the Center of the Bradley Manning Trial
The two stalwarts dedicated to covering the WikiLeaks case aren’t from the mainstream press.
Secretly Recorded Audio Leaked of Bradley Manning’s Court Statement
The Freedom of the Press Foundation secretly recorded the audio, which for the first time, allows the world to hear the voice of the man who admitted leaking more than 500,000 classified documents.
Manning Plea Sets Up Court Martial Strategy
Pleading guilty to about half of the 22 charges against him in military court yesterday, Army private Bradley Manning delivered … Continue reading
Bradley Manning Offers ‘Naked Plea’
PFC Bradley Manning has plead guilty to 10 criminal charges related to the leak of more than 500,000 documents to WikiLeaks.
Court Rulings Set Parameters of WikiLeaks Suspect’s Trial
PFC Bradley Manning’s defense will not be allowed to introduce motive at his court-martial.
Judge Refuses to Dismiss Charges Against WikiLeaks Suspect
However, Army Col. Denise Lind, who is heading Bradley Manning’s court-martial, did award him a 112-day reduction in any future sentence due to his mistreatment in solitary confinement.
Prosecution Cross-Examines WikiLeaks Suspect
Much of the testimony was focused on PFC Bradley Manning’s troubled behavior in custody.
WikiLeaks Suspect: “I Remember Thinking I’m Going to Die”
In a highly anticipated moment, PFC Bradley Manning took the stand in his pre-court martial hearing this week, for the first time presenting the court and the world the story of his confinement in his own words.
Psychiatrists Testify to WikiLeaks Suspect’s Mental State
Two military psychiatrists who cared for PFC Bradley Manning during his confinement at Quantico testified today that their recommendation that Manning be removed from a suicide watch was disregarded.
Hearing Focuses on Conditions of Alleged WikiLeaks Suspect’s Detention
PFC Bradley Manning’s lawyers claim his treatment in military prisons constituted “illegal pre-trial punishment.”
Bradley Manning Hints at Guilty Plea in WikiLeaks Case
Bradley Manning, the Army intelligence analyst accused of providing thousands of military records and diplomatic cables to WikiLeaks, has signaled he may plead guilty to a portion of the 34 charges currently facing him.
Why Is Julian Assange Seeking Asylum in Ecuador?
The country isn’t necessarily a haven for freedom of the press.
Bradley Manning Court-Martial Set for September
Prosecutors will have to prove the alleged WikiLeaker acted with the “clear understanding” that the information would be viewed by the enemy.
Update: Door Left Open for Deal in Manning Case
FRONTLINE’s Arun Rath is on the scene at Fort Meade and will be providing updates throughout the day.
The Busy Life of Julian Assange
For someone who’s been under house arrest at a secret location in England, Julian Assange has been maintaining a pretty high profile.
Court-Martial Recommended for WikiLeaks Suspect
Pfc. Bradley Manning should be referred to a general court-martial, Lt. Col. Paul Almanza, the investigating officer assigned to Manning’s pre-trial hearing, recommended today.
What Happened At Bradley Manning’s Hearing This Week?
Bradley Manning’s Article 32 hearing — essentially a pre-trial that determines the need for a court-martial — was an odd, stop-start affair, punctuated by frequent, long recesses and disputes over evidence and witnesses.
New Evidence of Assange-Manning Link
In an interview last April with FRONTLINE correspondent Martin Smith, Julian Assange flatly denied that he’d ever had any contact with Bradley Manning…
Why Was President Obama Called As a Witness for WikiLeaks Suspect?
It was an off-hand comment made by the president that was caught on tape.
Updates From Bradley Manning’s Pretrial Hearing
Bradley Manning is making his first court appearance today, 18 months after he was accused of leaking half a million classified documents to WikiLeaks.
Why WikiLeaks Hasn’t Led to a “Golden Age” for Whistleblowers
A year ago, following the leak of a quarter of a million classified State Department cables, pundits proclaimed that journalism … Continue reading
Government Opposes Vast Majority of Manning Witnesses
According to Bradley Manning’s attorney, the government filed a request opposing all but 10 of the 48 witnesses the defense … Continue reading
Hints of Bradley Manning’s Trial Strategy Emerge
Bradley Manning, accused of leaking thousands of classified U.S. government documents to the whistleblowing website WikiLeaks, has been locked up … Continue reading
Which Pair of Socks Did Julian Assange Wear to Court Today?
When producer Martin Smith interviewed WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange last April for our film WikiSecrets, he noted the whistleblower’s telling … Continue reading
The End of WikiLeaks?
This is the subtle (or perhaps not-so-subtle) warning, brought to you by an embattled, sweater-clad Julian Assange. In a video … Continue reading
State Dept. Punishes Employee For Linking to WikiLeaks
Peter Van Buren, a career foreign service officer, said yesterday that the State Department has suspended his top secret security … Continue reading
“Unauthorized” Assange Autobiography Leaked By Publisher
The Independent has published several advanced excerpts of Julian Assange’s “unauthorized autobiography,” which will be published in full in the … Continue reading
Former Staffer: Why I Broke With WikiLeaks
A former staffer says a “cultlike ethos” is developing within WikiLeaks. James Bell, who worked for the group for three … Continue reading
Why Were the Unredacted State Department Cables Released?
Confused by the back and forth this past week over who’s responsible for WikiLeaks’ release of all the original, unedited … Continue reading
Inside WikiLeaks’ “Harm-Minimization Process”
In light of the latest controversy over WikiLeaks’ inadvertant release of the original, unredacted, diplomatic cables — and the danger … Continue reading
Ex-WikiLeaks Spokesman Destroyed Thousands of Unpublished Docs
Former WikiLeaks spokesman Daniel Domscheit-Berg has told Der Spiegel that he destroyed more than 3,500 unpublished files he took with … Continue reading