Army private Bradley Manning, who was recently sentenced to 35 years in prison for giving classified documents to WikiLeaks, wants to live life as a woman, Manning's lawyer said on the Today show Thursday.
Phil Mudd, former deputy director of National Security at the FBI and the Counterterrorist Center of the CIA ; Amy Davidson of the New Yorker; and Yochai Benkler of Harvard Law School on the Bradley Manning trial.
Bradley Manning, the U.S. soldier sentenced to 35 years in prison for leaking classified documents, plans to ask President Obama for a pardon, his defense attorney reads in a statement.
Guilty or not, Bradley Manning's 'brutal' detention begs us to remember uncomfortable truths from our past and the risks of ignoring them.
The sentencing hearing of Army Pfc. Bradley Manning is resuming with more evidence that the classified information he disclosed through WikiLeaks damaged U.S. foreign relations.
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