When Judge Anthony Trenga sent Chelsea Manning back to jail, he urged her to reflect on her principled opposition to testifying before the grand jury investigating WikiLeaks. Manning took Trenga’s admonishment seriously and wrote a letter to Trenga that outlined why she opposes the grand jury in general. She delved
Chelsea Manning: Despite Heartbreak And Hardship, Cooperation With WikiLeaks Grand Jury Not An Option
Read Chelsea Manning’s declaration filed in federal court after two months in jail for refusing to testify before the WikiLeaks Grand Jury.
Chelsea Manning remains in conditions of prolonged solitary confinement, and her attorneys argue she should be released from jail pending her appeal.
Chelsea Manning is once again detained in conditions of solitary confinement while United States authorities deny this reality to the press.
Chelsea Manning Believes Subpoena From WikiLeaks Grand Jury May Be ‘Perjury Trap,’ According To Unsealed Documents
Documents show Chelsea Manning’s attorneys are concerned prosecutors in the WikiLeaks grand jury investigation may be trying to draw her into a “perjury trap.”
Before WikiLeaks, US Government Threatened Press Freedom With Grand Jury Investigations Into Pentagon Papers
The Wikileaks Grand Jury is not the first time an investigation launched by the United States government targeted journalists and undermined press freedom.
A federal judge sent Chelsea Manning to jail for refusing to testify before a grand jury that is investigating WikiLeaks.