Assange less and less reason to be asylum

After the results of the elections in Australia, where it was clear the imminent defeat of JUlian Assange and his party Wikileaks, the hacker asylum in the Ecuadorian Embassy in London loses more and more arguments to support his stay in Ecuador’s diplomatic representation...

Assange calls tactical victory the sentence of Manning

The founder of WikiLeaks, Julian Assange, said today that the sentence of 35 years in prison for the soldier Bradley Manning is a “tactical victory” for the defense. “The defense should be proud of its tactical victory,” said Julian Assange in a statement...

Manning attorney asks presidential pardon due to his conviction

David Coombs, attorney for the soldier Bradley Manning, requested a presidential pardon for his client to enable his release “as soon as possible.” Manning was sentenced to 35 years in prison for leaking classified documents to WikiLeaks. Manning’s lawyer asked...

Bradley Manning would be facing six decades in prison

The U.S. government asked last Monday, August 19, that the soldier Bradley Manning is sentenced to 60 years in prison for sharing to WikiLeaks classified before the judge determines the sentence, which could be released before the end of the week. Manning was found guilty of 20...

Soldier Manning regrets the damage done to the U.S.

With a broken voice and looking nervous, Private Bradley Manning apologized to the United States over the consequences of leaking classified information to Wikileaks, on a touching and intimate view in which he exposed his 25-year-ol tormented life. Manning read a brief unsworn...

Soldier Bradley Manning is exonerated for helping the enemy

Bradley Manning was found innocent of charges that he helped the enemy after revealing U.S. military secrets to the WikiLeaks website. However he did was found guilty of five counts of theft, five counts of espionage, one count of computer fraud and other military violations. For...
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Julian Assange Calls for Bradley Manning’s Release

Bradley Manning, “hacker” and former private in the U.S. Army, is now considered a traitor by the U.S. government for having published, on Wikileaks, several incriminating documents from the war in the Middle East, including a video of the attack on Baghdad (in which...