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Bradley Manning sentenced to 35 years in prison. Published time: August 21, 2013 14:18 Edited time: August 22, 2013 10:43 U.S. soldier Bradley Manning (Reuters / Kevin Lamarque) A US military judge has sentenced Army Private Bradley Manning to 35 years in prison.

Bradley Manning sentenced to 35 years in prison

Manning faced up to 90 years behind bars, while prosecutors sought to put the whistleblower away for a minimum of six decades. For reaction and more details follow RT's LIVE UPDATES Manning will be credited with the 1,294 days he spent in pre-trial confinement plus an additional 112 days. Col. Plus de 100 000 signatures pour un Nobel de la paix à Manning. Aux côtés des lanceurs d’informations. Pour avoir permis la fuite de près de 700 000 documents militaires et câbles diplomatiques vers l’organisation Wikileaks, un jeune soldat américain, Bradley Manning, risque cent trente six années de prison. 136, c’est-à-dire au delà de la perpétuité !

Aux côtés des lanceurs d’informations

Présenté devant le tribunal la semaine dernière, après avoir été arrêté en 2010 en Irak où il était en poste, B. Manning était enfermé à la prison militaire de Quantico dans l’état de Virginie. Tous les experts et associations des droits humains, jusqu’au rapporteur de l’ONU sur la torture, ont dénoncé des conditions de détention insupportables. Le chef d’accusation de « collusion avec l’ennemi » n’a finalement pas été retenu par le tribunal.

Mais, il reste accusé de vingt et un autres délits, dont le viol de la loi sur l’espionnage, le vol ou la fraude informatiques. Certes, les secrets d’état peuvent exister. Judge rejects govt claim that Manning leaks had 'chilling effect' on foreign relations. I will proudly serve part of Bradley Manning's Sentence. Petition to serve Bradley Manning's jail time has hundreds of signers in hours - Wilmington Civil Rights. A campaign was created by Charlotte Scot to tell the Convening Authority in the prosecution of Bradley Manning, Major General Jeffrey S.

Petition to serve Bradley Manning's jail time has hundreds of signers in hours - Wilmington Civil Rights

Buchanan, that thousands would openly volunteer to serve part of Bradley Manning’s sentence. The petition, created on Thursday, has gained hundreds of signatures in just hours. Manning’s sentencing began on Wednesday and the whistleblower is facing 136 years. Manning was found guilty of 20 out of 22 charges earlier in the week, although he was found not guilty of aiding the enemy. Manning’s supporters stated: We will tell to Major General Buchanan how many have signed up to serve part of Manning’s sentence so he knows that people feel strongly about the important role Manning has played for the people of the United States. Juan Mendez, who runs the UN office that investigates incidents of alleged torture around the world, completed an investigation into the treatment of Manning that took over a year.

Write for Examiner.com! Manning, Snowden Trigger First-Of-Its-Kind Secrecy Review. A first-of-its-kind review by the Government Accountability Office will examine whether security agencies are keeping too many secrets and how officials decide what information to deem classified and what to release to the public.

Manning, Snowden Trigger First-Of-Its-Kind Secrecy Review

Lawmakers and security experts have long complained that the government makes too much information classified and routinely keeps information from public view that poses no risk to national security. But one member of Congress is also concerned that by making so much information secret, the government is increasing the number of people who have security clearances--more than 5 million government employees and contractors today--who could one day decide to reveal classified information without authorization. In effect, the study is asking whether by keeping so many secrets, the government is making leaks more likely.

"There's a real problem with over-classification in the national security arena," Rep. Je suis Bradley Manning. Une campagne en faveur du lanceur d'alerte américain Bradley Manning, le soldat de 25 ans qui a transmis nombre de documents militaires au site Wikileaks en 2010, dont en particulier la vidéo "Collateral Murder" tournée par la caméra interne d'un hélicoptère US Apache en mission à Bagdad en 2007 et faisant un carton sur des civils, dont enfants et journalistes.

Je suis Bradley Manning

Écœuré, Bradley Manning décida de rendre public ces documents de façon à dénoncer des crimes de guerre. Lors de son procès, il a notamment déclaré que le public américain devait connaître le véritable coût de la guerre. Bradley Manning a ensuite été incarcéré dans plusieurs prisons militaires, dans des conditions épouvantables, rappelant les faits de torture que l'armée américaine à remis officiellement à l'ordre du jour sous la présidence de G.W.

Bush et dont Barack Obama semble s'être très largement accommodé. I am Bradley Manning (full HD) Manning condamné : Assange dénonce une «stratégie de la terreur» - Page 2. Bradley Manning, traître ou héros ? Bradley Manning's Nobel Peace Prize. Bradley Manning encourt jusqu'à 136 ans de prison. La condamnation de Bradley Manning relance le débat sur le droit à l’information - Page 2. Judge refuses to acquit Manning on theft charges. Published time: July 25, 2013 14:26 U.S.

Judge refuses to acquit Manning on theft charges

Army Private First Class Bradley Manning is escorted by military police as he arrives for closing arguments in his military trial July 25, 2013 Fort George G. Meade, Maryland (AFP Photo / Chip Somodevilla) A military judge said early Thursday that she would not dismiss charges of theft against Army Private first class Bradley Manning. The soldier is expected to be sentenced next week for the largest intelligence leak in United States history.

Col. Manning, 25, has been charged with nearly two dozen counts related to his admitted role in sending sensitive files to the anti-secrecy website WikiLeaks while deployed as an intelligence analyst in Iraq. Among the 21 counts against Manning are allegations the soldier stole, purloined or knowingly converted information. Defense attorneys for Manning hoped the court would acquit their client on the 641 violations in lieu of accepting pleas to lesser included offenses made by the soldier earlier this year. WikiLeaks: Bradley Manning, la «taupe», attend son verdict. Edward Snowden va suivre cette journée avec attention.

WikiLeaks: Bradley Manning, la «taupe», attend son verdict