Bradley Manning’s Sentencing: WikiLeaks, Manning Have No Blood on Their Hands from Afghan War Logs Release

By: Thursday August 1, 2013 11:14 am

During the first day of the sentencing phase of Pfc. Bradley Manning’s trial yesterday, a military judge heard testimony about names of local nationals revealed in the “Afghanistan War Logs” Manning disclosed to WikiLeaks and whether anyone had been killed as a result of their name being disclosed. The government initially tried to slip testimony [...]

Bill Keller Ponders What Would Have Happened if NYT Published Information from Bradley Manning

By: Sunday March 10, 2013 10:48 pm

(update below) Former executive editor and current columnist of the New York Times has published an op-ed on Bradley Manning. Keller, who was executive editor when WikiLeaks obtained information from Manning and partnered with the newspaper to publish the disclosures, outlines what he believes could have happened. Keller piously writes: In his statement to the military court, Manning said that [...]

The Site of Bradley Manning’s First Submission to WikiLeaks

By: Friday March 1, 2013 3:10 pm

What is possibly the most significant series of national security leaks in United States history began right here at this location pictured above. Pfc. Bradley Manning’s first submission to WikiLeaks consisted of what is commonly referred to as the Iraq War Logs and Afghanistan War Logs. In the final weeks of January 2010, during mid-tour [...]

The Afghanistan War Logs Were Released by WikiLeaks Two Years Ago

By: Wednesday July 25, 2012 9:17 am

Around seventy-six thousand previously classified military reports were released in collaboration with the New York Times, The Guardian, and Der Spiegel two years ago. Drawing stern condemnation from the Pentagon, various US officials and even human rights groups, revelations from the Afghanistan War Logs included details on a US assassination squad, civilian casualties, the CIA’s expansion of paramilitary operations and how [...]

Reflecting on the Afghanistan War Logs Released by WikiLeaks One Year Ago

By: Monday July 25, 2011 11:54 am

One year ago, WikiLeaks released the Afghanistan war logs. Around seventy-six thousand previously classified military reports were released in collaboration with the New York Times, The Guardian, and Der Spiegel. The contents of the documents revealed several dark realities of the war. And, the release drew condemnation from the Washington establishment that made certain the war logs had [...]

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