Manning Is Acquitted of ‘Aiding the Enemy’

A military judge on Tuesday found Pfc. Bradley Manning not guilty of “aiding the enemy” for his release of hundreds of thousands of military and diplomatic documents to WikiLeaks. But she convicted him of multiple counts of violating the Espionage Act, stealing government property and other charges that could result in a maximum sentence of 136 years.

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Bradley Manning pre-trial hearing: what we learned


For the past week, a military court has been considering the case of Bradley Manning, alleged to have leaked more than 250,000 embassy cables to Wikileaks. What have we learned?..

Source: http://www.guardian.co.uk

Be gone! US ambassador to Mexico quits amid WikiLeaks furor


The U.S. ambassador to Mexico resigned Saturday amid furor over a leaked diplomatic cable in which he complained about inefficiency ..

Source: http://azstarnet.com

Sex on the go: How two one-night stands sparked a worldwide hunt for Julian Assange


The prosecution’s case has several puzzling flaws, and there is scant public evidence of rape or sexual molestation…

Source: http://www.dailymail.co.uk

PILING UP: New Charges for WIKILEAKS Soldier


An Army private suspected of leaking hundreds of thousands of sensitive and classified documents to the WikiLeaks anti-secrecy group..

Source: http://www.washingtonpost.com

Julian Assange Of Wikileaks To Appeal Extradition


Julian Assange should be extradited to Sweden, a British judge ruled Thursday. His attorneys argued that the US will extradite him from there, putting him at risk of a death sentence

Source: http://www.csmonitor.com

Bank of America using Private Intel Firms to Attack Wikileaks


In a document titled “The WikiLeaks Threat” three data intelligence companies, Plantir Technologies, HBGary Federal and Berico Technologies, outline a plan to attack Wikileaks. They are acting upon request from Hunton and Williams, a law firm working for Bank of America.

Source: http://www.wikileaks.ch