Who Is Chelsea Manning? - Long Island Press

Chelsea Manning is a former private first class in the US Army and whistleblower who leaked 700,000 classified US State Department and military documents. At the time of the leaks and her military court martial in Ft. Meade, Maryland, Manning was known ...

Obama Pardons: White House Sees 'Pretty Stark Difference Between Chelsea Manning And Edward Snowden' - The Inquisitr

Will President Barack Obama use his remaining time in office to pardon either of two American whistleblowers? From remarks to the White House press gathered on Friday, he seems to be considering it. White House Press Secretary Josh Earnest said Friday ...

The Foolish Optimism of Hoping for Chelsea Manning's Freedom - Antiwar.com

This column will soon be out of date. There are only a few days of Barack Obama's presidential pardon powers left. He will either offer clemency to whistleblower Chelsea Manning, thereby ending her sentence three decades sooner than officially mandated ...

WikiLeaks Leader Julian Assange Says He´s Willing To Extradition: However, He Demands A Single Condition To ... - iTech Post

WikiLeaks leader has been under the spotlight in the last months, since he published thousands of classified information regarding the Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton during the 2016 U.S. presidential elections. (Photo : Red Pill Philosophy/YouTube).

Obama shouldn't pardon Chelsea Manning - New York Post

Pfc. Chelsea (née Bradley) Manning, now serving a 35-year sentence for espionage, is reportedly on President Obama's short list for last-minute executive clemency. Let's hope the president declines to act. Manning leaked 700,000 documents — at the ...

White House Justifies Chelsea Manning's Possible Commutation - Shadowproof (blog)

President Barack Obama's administration has yet to indicate whether it will commute United State Army whistleblower Chelsea Manning's sentence to time served, but on January 13, it gave the clearest hint yet that a commutation is a distinct possibility.

On clemency, White House sees distinction between Snowden and Manning cases - USA TODAY

WASHINGTON — A White House spokesman went out of his way to distinguish between the cases of Chelsea Manning and Edward Snowden on Friday, as President Obama nears end-of-term decisions on executive clemency. White House press secretary ...

White House: 'Stark difference' between Manning, Snowden cases - Washington Blade

White House Press Secretary Josh Earnest said there's a stark difference between Edward Snowden and Chelsea Manning. (Blade file photo by Michael Key). In a potential sign that clemency for Chelsea Manning — but not Edward Snowden — is coming ...

Reports: Wikileaks source Chelsea Manning on 'short list' for commutation - kfor.com

WASHINGTON – A source at the Justice Department told NBC News that Chelsea Manning's sentence may be commuted. Chelsea Manning, who was known as Bradley, was imprisoned in 2010 after leaking 700,000 military files and diplomatic cables to ...

US does NOT rule out criminal case against Assange and WikiLeaks, say court papers - Express.co.uk

THE UNITED States has not ruled out a criminal prosecution against Julian Assange and his WikiLeaks organisation over its whistleblowing activities from 2010, new court papers have confirmed. By Jon Austin Jon Austin. PUBLISHED: 18:51, Fri, Jan 13, ...

Julian Assange Will Agree To US Extradition — On One Condition - Newsy

WikiLeaks says founder Julian Assange will agree to be extradited to the U.S. if President Barack Obama pardons Chelsea Manning. Assange has been holed up at the Ecuadorian Embassy in London since 2012, avoiding extradition to Sweden, where he ...

Inside Manning's Life in Prison - Newser

(Newser) – Chelsea Manning is holding out hope that President Obama will commute her 35-year sentence for leaking government secrets in his final days in office. While that decision awaits, the New York Times provides a look at Manning's life inside a ...

WikiLeaks: Julian Assange 'Will Agree to US Extradition' if Chelsea Manning Freed - Newsweek

Updated | Wikileaks said its founder Julian Assange “will agree to U.S. extradition” if President Barack Obama commutes whistleblower Chelsea Manning's jail sentence. Manning, a former U.S. Army soldier, is currently serving a 35-year sentence for ...

Assange: I'll Agree to Extradition if Manning Freed - U.S. News & World Report

WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange addresses the media from the balcony of the Ecuadorian embassy on Feb. 5, 2016, in central London. (JACK TAYLOR/AFP/Getty Images). [RELATED: Chelsea Manning Granted Clemency, Assange Plans Unclear].

Chelsea Manning Should Not Die in Prison - Truth-Out

On Wednesday, NBC News reported that President Obama had placed Chelsea Manning on a "short list" of individuals to whom he is considering granting clemency. Sentenced to serve 35 years in prison for disclosing information to the news media in 2010, ...

Julian Assange claims he'll surrender to US if Obama frees Chelsea Manning - PinkNews

Wikileaks boss Julian Assange has offered to surrender himself to authorities if President Obama follows through on reports he is considering freeing Chelsea Manning. Private Manning, who announced her transition to female in 2013, is currently ...

Wikileaks' Assange Agrees to be Extradited if Chelsea Manning Gets Clemency From Obama - LawNewz

A report from earlier this week indicated that President Obama may be considering granting a commutation to Chelsea Manning, who is serving a 35-year sentence for turning over non-public information to Wikileaks. On Thursday, Wikileaks' founder, Julian ...

Chelsea Manning and Edward Snowden Will Forever Stain Obama's Legacy - Observer

President Barack Obama walks on stage to deliver his farewell speech on January 10, 2017 in Chicago, Illinois. Darren Hauck/Getty Images. Chelsea Manning has suffered inhumane treatment over her six years in detention after leaking classified state ...

Edward Snowden makes plea for Barack Obama to grant clemency to Chelsea Manning over himself after her two ... - Daily Mail

Edward Snowden has asked Barack Obama to grant Chelsea Manning clemency over himself, despite having spent months campaigning to get a presidential pardon. 'Mr President, if you grant only one act of clemency as you exit the White House, please: ...

Assange Will Approve His Extradition to US If Chelsea Manning Is Released - Newsmax

WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange will agree to be extradited to the U.S. if President Barack Obama grants clemency to whistleblower Chelsea Manning. The announcement was posted on Twitter by WikiLeaks. If Obama grants Manning clemency Assange ...