Visit RT to read news about former United States Army soldier, American activist and whistleblower Chelsea Manning. Check out RT to get details on news of Chelsea Manning’s statement about sitting in jail rather than cooperating with the US government’s prosecution of WikiLeaks, as well as NSA whistleblower Edward Snowden’s comment on it. Do not miss RT’s news on Chelsea Manning’s release from jail. Find stories on RT about Chelsea Manning’s suicide attempt while in jail for refusing to testify before a federal jury investigating WikiLeaks. Read more of RT’s latest news on WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange’s extradition hearing. Turn to RT to read stories on Chelsea Manning’s $250,000 fine. Visit RT for the latest news on top UN officials saying the US is torturing Chelsea Manning, as well as that she is being subjected to cruel, inhumane and degrading treatment.
Chelsea Manning’s decision to sit in jail rather than cooperate with the US government’s prosecution of WikiLeaks is a testament to her character and unwavering principles, NSA whistleblower Edward Snowden has said.
Whistleblower Chelsea Manning, jailed for refusing to testify against WikiLeaks before a grand jury, has been released – but is still on the hook for over a quarter of a million dollars in fines for contempt of court.
Former US Army intelligence analyst Chelsea Manning, jailed a year ago for refusing to testify before a federal jury investigating WikiLeaks, has attempted suicide ahead of a court hearing, her lawyers said.
Chelsea Manning’s attorney has filed a new motion requesting her release from jail, where she has been for nearly a year for continuously refusing to testify before a grand jury against WikiLeaks and Julian Assange.
Chelsea Manning is being subjected to cruel, inhumane and degrading treatment, constituting torture by the US government over her refusal to testify against whistleblower website WikiLeaks, a top United Nations official has said.
Jeremy Hammond, who helped feed millions of emails from ‘private CIA’ Stratfor to WikiLeaks, has reportedly been moved to Virginia to testify before a grand jury, which he refuses to do, jeopardizing his early release from prison.
Refusal to testify against WikiLeaks is costing whistleblower Chelsea Manning over $400,000 in fines and another year in jail, after a federal judge ruled that she must pay for what he called contempt of court.
Accusations of bias against the New York Times usually come from President Trump and the right. This time the paper is being blasted for a fluffy portrayal of former White House aide Hope Hicks.
A federal judge has ordered Chelsea Manning to be jailed again for refusing to testify in a grand jury probe of Julian Assange, threatening the whistleblower with fines if the defiance continues. Manning says she would rather die.