bradley manning

  • Bradley Manning Sentenced To 35 Years In Prison

    Bradley Manning Sentenced To 35 Years In Prison

    The long-running trial of WikiLeaks informer Pfc. Bradley Manning has come to an end. A military judge sentenced Manning to 35 years in prison. On July 30, Manning was found not guilty of ‘aiding the enemy,’ but was still found guilty on 19 lesser counts, including six counts of espionage. Manning faced up to 90 years in prison. He apologized for his actions in front of the court. Read More

  • Rainey Reitman of the Freedom of Press Foundation

    A Look Into What The Manning Verdict Means For The Tech Industry

    The long-running trial of Wikileaks whistle-blower Pfc. Bradley Manning came to a key (if preliminary) conclusion this week, with Judge Denise Lind announcing a verdict that contained both good and bad news for Manning: He has been found innocent of the very serious charge of “aiding the enemy,” but guilty of 19 other lesser counts. His sentencing for these crimes has yet to be… Read More