- Bradley Manning's formal arraignment begins
- What did Manning reveal? (codepinkalert.org)
- Military legal matters: Courts martial explained
A Brief History (RT.com)
What began as a formidable journalistic tool in the fight against injustice appears to be turning into an out-of-control machine.
The man accused of blowing the whistle on the US war on Afghanistan is 22-year-old Pfc. Bradley Manning. Arrested in Iraq on May 29, he was held in solitary confinement then transferred to Quantico, Virginia.
P.J. Crowley resigned his post as State Department spokesman after he came under fire for his controversial comments regarding Pfc. Manning’s Pentagon mistreatment.
US Dept. of State Assistant Secretary P.J. Crowley said Manning's treatment at the hands of the Dept. of Defense “is ridiculous and counterproductive and stupid.”
Obama: The anti-transparency president
Candidate Obama pledged to have the most transparent administration in history. President Obama instead abuses his authority to crack down on those who expose government wrongdoing.
Manning stripped naked, left in cell for hours
He was stripped naked and left on the floor of his cell for seven hours, claims his lawyer.
Manning faces more charges, death penalty
US military officially adds 22 new charges, including aiding the enemy.
Online payment service PayPal has allegedly frozen the account of Courage to Resist, an organization dedicated to raising funds in support of US Army Pfc. Bradley Manning.
US Internet freedom hypocrisy
US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton calls on world to respect Internet freedom as Justice Department targets WikiLeaks and Julian Assange.
Assange may face death, Manning kept in solitary
WikiLeaks' founder’s extradition hearing in London will determine whether he will be sent to Sweden as Manning sits in solitary confinement.