Bradley Manning, the 22-year-old U.S. Army Private accused of leaking classified documents to WikiLeaks, has never been convicted of that crime, nor of any other crime. Despite that, he has been detained at the U.S. Marine brig in Quantico, Virginia
[from someone who know THIS is HARD TIME] ED PFC Manning is currently being held in maximum custody. Since arriving at the Quantico Confinement Facility in July of 2010, he has been held under Prevention of Injury (POI) watch.
His cell is approxim
WikiLeaks will step up its publication schedule of secret documents, founder Julian Assange announced Tuesday, promising more revelations based on the group's stash of confidential U.S. embassy cables and other leaks.
WikiLeaks has demanded that Google and Facebook reveal the contents of any US subpoenas they may have received after it emerged that a court in Virginia had ordered Twitter to secretly hand over details of accounts on the micro-blogging site by five
U.S. government is using Patriot Act to get Twitter to hand over some Wikileaks supporter’s individual account information, private messages, ip addresses etc.
This does not bode well for freedom of speech. If prominent people are being haras
Investigative documents in the WikiLeaks probe spilled out into the public domain Saturday for the first time, pointing to the Obama administration's determination to assemble a criminal case no matter how long it takes and how far afield authorities
WikiLeaks said US investigators had gone to the San Francisco-based Twitter [and you can bet others] to demand the private messages, contact information and other personal details of WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange and other supporters, including th
Israel told US officials in 2008 it would keep Gaza's economy "on the brink of collapse" while avoiding a humanitarian crisis, according to U.S. diplomatic cables published by a Norwegian daily on Wednesday.
A psychologists' group has sent a letter to Defense Secretary Robert Gates asking him to "rectify the inhumane, harmful, and counterproductive treatment" of the Army private accused of being WikiLeaks' source for the US State Department cables.
Fearing that Wikileaks could publish secrets that will damage its reputation, top Bank of America officials are internally investigating what information Wikileaks may possess, as the company's chief executive officer closely monitors the situation.
The Smoking Gun published an FBI affidavit, detailing an operation that took US federal investigators to Europe, Canada and the United States as they hunted down the "Internet activists" who launched attacks "against perceived corporate enemies of Wi
The websites were hit with distributed denial-of-service attacks after Zimbabwean President Robert Mugabe's wife, Grace, sued a newspaper for publishing a WikiLeaks cable that alleged she was connected with illicit diamond trade.
Middle Eastern leaders who've become friendly with the US Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) could face severe retribution from their local populations if WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange is killed or jailed for a lengthy amount of time.
The release of thousands of US diplomatic cables by the secrets outlet WikiLeaks has unintentionally led to the proliferation of anti-Israel conspiracy theories, according to the Anti-Defamation League (ADL).
The airline pilot who lost his federally-issued gun and badge for posting video on YouTube critical of airport security has chosen to go public with his identity. "My name is Chris Liu and I'm an airline pilot," Liu said. Liu's cell phone video tour
"On Thursday afternoon March 5, Oscar Kamau Kingara, director of the Kenyan based Oscar legal aid Foundation, and its program coordinator, John Paul Oulo, were shot at close range in their car less than a mile from President Kibaki's residence,"
By his own admission, Wired Magazine Senior Editor Kevin Poulsen is withholding a large majority of chat logs that could prove WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange did or did not conspire with the US soldier accused of leaking a cache of diplomatic cable
The complaint filed in the case contains a range of accusations about the actions of Leonard Briskman, the leader of the marshals unit. It says that assets were sold without public notice or competitive bidding, and that Mr. Briskman assessed the val
Days after he posted 6 video clips recorded with a cell phone camera at San Francisco International Airport, 4 federal air marshals and 2 sheriff's deputies arrived at his house to confiscate his federally-issued firearm. The pilot recorded that even