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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.
March 15, 2013
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.
March 12, 2013
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.
February 28, 2013
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.
January 18, 2013
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.
January 8, 2013
Prosecution Cross-Examines WikiLeaks Suspect
Much of the testimony was focused on PFC Bradley Manning's troubled behavior in custody.
November 30, 2012
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.
November 29, 2012
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.
November 28, 2012
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."
November 27, 2012
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.
November 8, 2012
Why Is Julian Assange Seeking Asylum in Ecuador?
The country isn't necessarily a haven for freedom of the press.
June 20, 2012
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