She was imprisoned for a year as she resisted a grand jury's investigation of WikiLeaks.
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It's not just the right to report that's under attack. It's also your right to be informed.
Chelsea Manning Faces $1,000-a-Day Fines, Was Imprisoned Again Yesterday After Refusing to Testify for Grand Jury
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The Computer Fraud and Abuse Act is itself prone to abuse by prosecutors. This is another example.
"I will stand by my principles," Manning says.
The Australian government previously banned Snoop Dogg for failing to meet the standards of a character test.
Like millions of Americans but with more emojis, the convicted/commuted leaker and would-be Senator has views that don't fit neatly into our two-party mold.
Reason editors talk single-payer health care, Rand Paul's push to deauthorize foreign wars, and Chelsea Manning vs. Harvard.
Whistleblower who helped make WikiLeaks famous freed after seven years.
Thaddeus Russell delivers the foreign-policy outrage, correctives on progressives' carceral policies, and an anguished review of Hamilton.
Another round of commutations announced, but one will dominate the news.
Given the administration's treatment of whistleblowers, this would be a big deal.
That seems counterproductive.
Suicide attempt in July may lead to more punishment, solitary confinement.
Defense team can't get answers from military.
Potential harsh discipline for absurd reasons.
First time the military has approved transgender therapy for active soldier.
Does not consider herself to be a pacifist -- rather she wanted public to be better-informed
Hoping the military will allow hormone therapy
The necessity of civil disobedience.
Stole their data storage devices when they returned from overseas trips
There's no good reason to be upset about people's efforts to control their sense of identity
Plans to meet with her and Fort Leavenworth leadership to discuss hormone therapy
Issued statement after military said it would not provide hormone treatment
Sentenced to 35 years yesterday
Faces up to 90 years in prison
Judge will begin deliberation on sentencing tomorrow
Therapist testifies of his difficulties fitting in