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Bradley Manning will be sentenced on Wednesday, having been found guilty of 20 counts on Tuesday, including espionage. Whatever one thinks of Manning’s actions, that we deserved to know some of what he revealed and that his revelations changed the world are undeniable.

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This week, Bradley Manning spoke publicly for the first time about his role in the WikiLeaks disclosure. His actions, now confirmed by his own words, reveal him to be a very brave young man.

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Since spring 2010, Pfc. Bradley Manning has been detained by the U.S. government on suspicion of leaking state secrets. His attorney now argues that the conditions of his detainment constitute punishment before trial.

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Alleged Army whistle-blower Pvt. Bradley Manning appeared at a pretrial hearing this week, only the third time he has been seen by the public since he was arrested two years ago. As the defense, prosecution and court officials reviewed the charges against Manning, author and reporter Denver Nicks (above) spoke about Manning’s life before the arrest.

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More than a year after Pfc. Bradley Manning was arrested on suspicion of passing tens of thousands of classified documents to WikiLeaks, Wired magazine has released the full record of the conversations between Manning and former hacker Adrian Lamo that led to Manning's imprisonment. Previously, the logs had appeared only in redacted form, a situation that generated criticism in some quarters. (more)

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The whistle-blower enabler tweeted the following Sunday night, along with a link to donate: "Next release is 7x the size of the Iraq War Logs intense pressure over it for months Keep us strong" If true, that's seven times 391,832 reports -- the largest ever release of classified material .

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