Bradley Manning’s Sentencing: WikiLeaks, Manning Have No Blood on Their Hands from Afghan War Logs Release
During the first day of the sentencing phase of Pfc. Bradley Manning’s trial yesterday, a military judge heard testimony about names of local nationals revealed in the “Afghanistan War Logs” Manning disclosed to WikiLeaks and whether anyone had been killed as a result of their name being disclosed. The government
10:55 AM EST Court enters a closed session with career foreign service officer and former principal deputy assistant secretary of Near Eastern Affairs of the State Department, Ms. Elizabeth Dibble, who was called to testify about the impact of the release of diplomatic cables.
A military judge is set to issue a verdict in the trial of Pfc. Chelsea Manning, the soldier prosecuted for disclosing information to WikiLeaks, tomorrow in the early afternoon. The verdict will come on the same day that America passed its first whistleblower protection law. The law passed by the