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Hear why Chelsea Manning leaked classified documents to WikiLeaks


In an interview with CNN's Jake Tapper, former US Army soldier and whistleblower Chelsea Manning described her new tell-all memoir and why she chose to leak 750 classified documents to WikiLeaks. #cnntonight #jaketapper #CNN

The madness of Private Manning? | Guardian Investigations


This film was made before Chelsea Manning's Aug 22, 2013 announcement about her gender identity. SUBSCRIBE: 🤍 The US army private held over the leaking of confidential cables to WikiLeaks, was a 'mess of a child' who should never have been put through a tour of duty in Iraq, according to an investigative film produced by the Guardian.

WikiLeaks: The Forgotten Man (2012) | Four Corners


In this investigation from 2012, Four Corners tells the story of Bradley Manning and the people who'd helped the United States government build a case against him, describing the ferocious battle between hackers and the U.S. government as they pursue Julian Assange and WikiLeaks. The program also talks to Juan Mendez, the United Nations Special Rapporteur on Torture, about the treatment of Bradley Manning. Mr Mendez says Manning was subjected to cruel, inhuman and degrading treatment during his "excessive and prolonged isolation" at Quantico Marine Corps Base outside Washington. - Watch more Four Corners investigations here: 🤍 You can also like us on Facebook: 🤍 Follow us on Twitter: 🤍 And sign up to our newsletter: 🤍 -

Bradley Manning Sentenced to 35 Years in WikiLeaks Case


Army Pfc. Bradley Manning, 25, leaked classified documents to the anti-secrecy group. For more on this story, click here: 🤍

Frontline Explores Life of Bradley Manning, Story Behind WikiLeaks


More: 🤍 Hari Sreenivasan talks to Frontline producer Martin Smith about special "WikiSecrets". It explores the two men responsible for the biggest intelligence leak in U.S. history. On one hand is Bradley Manning, the army intelligence officer accused of disclosing millions of classified documents. On the other, is Julian Assange, the founder of Wikileaks who published the documents.

Bradley Manning: Whistleblower or traitor? - Inside Story


Subscribe to our channel 🤍 US soldier Bradley Manning has been convicted of espionage for leaking thousands of classified documents. Some 700,000 documents were passed to the anti-secrecy site Wikileaks, including US diplomatic cables and classified battlefield reports from the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan. Is the court ruling a curb on freedom of speech or defending national security?

Wikileaks: 10 datos de la soldado Chelsea Manning | Internacional


Sale de prisión la soldado Chelsea Manning, que protagonizó la mayor filtración de documentos políticos y militares de la historia reciente de EE UU. Su pena fue conmutada por Obama, mientras el país aún aspira a detener a Julian Assange, que publicó la información en WikiLeaks. 🤍 Suscríbete al canal de EL PAÍS: 🤍 Visita 🤍 Sección: 🤍 Más vídeos de Internacional: 🤍 Más vídeos de EL PAÍS: 🤍 Síguenos en Facebook: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍

Wikileaks : Bradley Manning "la taupe" s'explique


Bradley Manning, la "taupe" de Wikileaks au sein de l'armée américaine annonce son intention de plaider coupable pour dix chefs d'accusation sur les 22 pour lesquels il est poursuivi. C'est ce qu'il a affirmé lors de l'audience préliminaire à son procès qui doit débuter début juin. Bradley Manning, ex-analyste de renseignement en Irak, âgé de 25 ans, est emprisonné depuis plus de deux ans et demi pour avoir transmis à Wikileaks des documents militaires américains sur les guerres en Irak et en Afghanistan, parmi lesquels une vidéo montrant une bavure commise en Irak en 2007 par un hélicoptère contre des civils, dont une équipe de journalistes de l'agence Reuters. Il a affirmé ce jeudi devant la cour martiale que ce genre de vidéo lui faisait horreur, et qu'il espérait par son action "provoquer un débat public". Il se considère innocent de l'accusation de "collusion avec l'ennemi". Retrouvez nous sur : Youtube 🤍 Facebook 🤍 Twitter 🤍

WikiLeaks video 'shows US attack'


Subscribe to our channel 🤍 WikiLeaks, a website that publishes anonymously sourced documents, has released video footage of what it says is a US military attack on Iraqi civilians in Baghdad. Al Jazeera cannot independently verify the footage, but WikiLeaks says the images are from a military video from 2007, in which 12 civilians were killed. As Al Jazeera's Patty Culhane reports, some viewers may find the footage in the report disturbing. At Al Jazeera English, we focus on people and events that affect people's lives. We bring topics to light that often go under-reported, listening to all sides of the story and giving a 'voice to the voiceless.' Reaching more than 270 million households in over 140 countries across the globe, our viewers trust Al Jazeera English to keep them informed, inspired, and entertained. Our impartial, fact-based reporting wins worldwide praise and respect. It is our unique brand of journalism that the world has come to rely on. We are reshaping global media and constantly working to strengthen our reputation as one of the world's most respected news and current affairs channels. Social Media links: Facebook: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍 Website: 🤍 google+: 🤍

Who is Bradley Manning?


CNN's Brian Todd takes a closer look at Pfc. Bradley Manning, who has been convicted of violating the Espionage Act.

Accused WikiLeaks source Bradley Manning 'tortured' in US


The United Nations believe that Bradley Manning, accused of leaking information to Wikileaks, could be being tortured in prison by United States officials.

Inside the Trial of Bradley Manning


A look at the case against a former Army intelligence analyst who leaked hundreds of thousands of secret documents to WikiLeaks. Subscribe on YouTube: 🤍 NYT on Google Plus: 🤍 Watch more videos at: 🤍 Follow on Twitter: 🤍

Frontline's 'WikiSecrets' Explores Mysteries of Bradley Manning


Read the Transcript: 🤍 On Tuesday's edition of Frontline, entitled "WikiSecrets," correspondent Martin Smith unravels the mysteries of Bradley Manning, the Army private who allegedly stole thousands of classified government documents and shared them with WikiLeaks. In this excerpt, Frontline reveals the hacker who blew the whistle on Manning.

Chelsea Manning, la mujer trans detrás de WikiLeaks | Noticias con Francisco Zea


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Private Bradley Manning on WikiLeaks trial


The US army Private Bradley Manning, accused of being behind the biggest leak of military secrets in history, goes on trial tomorrow. Channel 4 News speaks to former employee, journalist James Ball. Follow James Ball on Twitter here: 🤍 Follow Sarah Smith on Twitter here: 🤍 Sign up for Snowmail, our daily preview of what's on the prgamm,e delivered straight to your inbox, here: 🤍

Bradley Manning


Dateline profiles Bradley Manning, as he awaits trial over leaking the secret US cables, which were later published on WikiLeaks. For more on this report by Maggie O'Kane of Guardian Films, go to the SBS Dateline website... 🤍

Chelsea Manning says she didn't think her leaks would threaten national security


Over the course of four months, she leaked diplomatic cables, battlefield reports and Guantanamo detainee profiles.

Chelsea Manning Holds Press Conference About WikiLeaks Subpoena | NowThis


CHELSEA MANNING SPEAKS: Former U.S. Army soldier Chelsea Manning is holding a news conference prior to a federal grand jury appearance. » Subscribe to NowThis: 🤍 Manning, facing a fresh grand jury subpoena to testify about her contacts with WikiLeaks, will ask a federal court on Thursday to quash the subpoena, a spokesman for her legal team said. Earlier in May, Manning was freed after spending 62 days in a Virginia jail after being found in contempt for refusing to testify before a grand jury investigating WikiLeaks. Manning was released from jail after that grand jury's term expired. Before her release, she was served with another subpoena requiring her to testify before a new grand jury, which is continuing to investigate WikiLeaks. #ChelseaManning #Wikileaks Connect with NowThis » Like us on Facebook: 🤍 » Tweet us on Twitter: 🤍 » Follow us on Instagram: 🤍 » Find us on Snapchat Discover: 🤍 NowThis is your premier news outlet providing you with all the videos you need to stay up to date on all the latest in trending news. From entertainment to politics, to viral videos and breaking news stories, we’re delivering all you need to know straight to your social feeds. We live where you live. 🤍 🤍nowthisnews

Chelsea Manning, la taupe de WikiLeaks, a été libérée


Abonnez-vous à notre chaîne sur YouTube : 🤍 En DIRECT - Suivez FRANCE 24 ici : 🤍 Le soldat transgenre américain Chelsea Manning, condamnée à 35 ans de réclusion pour avoir fait fuiter par Wikileaks des documents confidentiels de l'armée américaine, est sortie de prison mercredi à la faveur d'une grâce de Barack Obama. Notre site : 🤍 Rejoignez nous sur Facebook : 🤍 Suivez nous sur Twitter : 🤍

President Obama commutes sentence of Wikileaks leaker Chelsea Manning


President Obama is commuting the bulk of Chelsea Manning's prison sentence. Manning was a U.S. Army soldier convicted in July 2013 for violation of the Esponage Act. CBSN's Vladimir Duthiers has the latest.

Former Wikileaks employee on the Bradley Manning trial


James Ball, who worked on the documents leaked by Bradley Manning says he feels the soldier has been treated harshly. Watch the Channel 4 News report on the Bradley Manning trial here: 🤍 Follow Sarah Smith on Twitter here: 🤍 Sign up for Snowmail, our daily preview of what's on the programme delivered straight to your inbox, here: 🤍

Julian Assange's Father & Brother Speak Out on His Jailing, Press Freedom & New Documentary "Ithaka"


We continue our coverage of the 20th anniversary of the U.S. invasion of Iraq by looking at the imprisonment of WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange, who has been jailed for exposing U.S. war crimes in Iraq and Afghanistan. One video released by WikiLeaks showed a U.S. helicopter gunship in Baghdad slaughtering a dozen civilians, including a Reuters journalist. Assange has been held in London's Belmarsh prison since 2019 as he fights the U.S. campaign to extradite him to face espionage charges. If convicted, the publisher faces as much as 175 years behind bars. His legal fight is documented in the new film _Ithaka_ that centers on Assange's father John Shipton, who has been crisscrossing the globe to raise awareness of the case and the danger it poses to press freedoms. We speak with Shipton, as well as filmmaker Gabriel Shipton, Julian Assange's brother and a producer of the documentary. Democracy Now! is an independent global news hour that airs on over 1,500 TV and radio stations Monday through Friday. Watch our livestream at 🤍 Mondays to Fridays 8-9 a.m. ET. Support independent media: 🤍 Subscribe to our Daily Email Digest: 🤍 #DemocracyNow

WikiLeaks source Bradley Manning: I want to be a woman


WikiLeaks source Bradley Manning wants to seek hormone therapy and live as a woman named Chelsea.

Chelsea Manning: Obama reduces sentence of Wikileaks source - BBC News


US President Barack Obama has commuted Chelsea Manning's sentence for leaking documents to Wikileaks in 2010. The 29-year-old transgender US Army private, born Bradley Manning, will be freed on 17 May instead of her scheduled 2045 release. She was sentenced to 35 years in 2013 for her role in leaking diplomatic cables to the anti-secrecy group. The leak was one of the largest breaches of classified material in US history. Please subscribe HERE 🤍 World In Pictures 🤍 Big Hitters 🤍 Just Good News 🤍

Collateral Murder: Reuters Bureau Chief in Iraq recounts his search for truth about US war crime


Dean Yates, former Reuters Bureau Chief in Iraq recounts the events taken place in Baghdad on 12 July 2007, when an American Apache helicopter brutally murdered 2 Reuters staff members, along with other unarmed civilians — including those helping the wounded.The helicopter’s classified tape was later leaked to Wikileaks by Chelsea Manning, and published in 2010 in a video branded “Collateral Murder”.Dean’s testimony sheds light on the US government’s attempt to hide its war crime, highlighting the relevance of Julian Assange’s and Wikileak’s work. - Dean Yates' testimony for the 5th sitting of The Belmarsh Tribunal, Sydney, 04 Mar 2023. Watch the full session of The Belmarsh Tribunal: 🤍

🇺🇸The case of the US vs Bradley Manning | The Listening Post


US Private Bradley Manning is no longer the alleged source of all those documents to WikiLeaks. According to his own testimony, delivered before a military court on February 28, Manning was the source - nothing alleged about it. In a pre-trial hearing for the first time, Manning admitted that he broke the law when he released around 700,000 government documents to WikiLeaks but these lesser charges did not satisfy the United States government. Calling more than 100 witnesses - some anonymously and in closed hearings - prosecutors will argue that Manning's leak put national security and lives at risk by ‘aiding the enemy'. If convicted, Manning - the traitor, could face life without parole but what of Manning - the whistleblower?

WikiLeaks : ouverture du procès de Bradley Manning, l'"informateur"


Bradley Manning, 25 ans, sous le feu des projecteurs. Le procès de l'informateur de WikiLeaks s'ouvre ce lundi devant une cour martiale à Fort Meade, non loin de Washington. Poursuivi entre autre pour "collusion avec l'ennemi", il risque la prison à vie. Arrêté il y a trois ans, cet ex-analyste du renseignement est accusé d'avoir téléchargé puis envoyé au site WikiLeaks, des milliers de documents classifiés sur les guerres en Irak et en Afghanistan, ainsi que des télégrammes du département d'Etat. Lors d'une première audition, il avait dit "assumer l'entière responsabilité de ses actes" et "vouloir être en paix avec sa conscience". Le gouvernement l'accuse d'avoir sciemment mis en danger ses compatriotes. Pour ses partisans, Bradley Manning est au contraire une icône de la paix dénonçant les abus de la politique étrangère américaine. Ils vont rester mobilisés tout au long du procès prévu pour durer jusqu'à fin août. Retrouvez nous sur : Youtube 🤍 Facebook 🤍 Twitter 🤍

Wikileaks-Affäre: Bradley Manning vor Gericht | Journal


Der Soldat Bradley Manning gab vor Gericht zu, Hunderttausende von Dokumenten an die Enthüllungsplattform Wikileaks weitergeleitet zu haben. Ein Skandal um Einsätze der US-Armee im Irak und in Afghanistan begann. Manning droht deshalb lebenslange Haft. US-Medien sprechen vom schwersten Fall von Geheimnisverrat in der amerikanischen Geschichte. Bürgerrechtler jedoch loben Manning für seine Taten.

Starr Forum: The Passion of Chelsea Manning: The Story behind the Wikileaks


Wednesday, October 09, 2013 Starr Forum: The Passion of Chelsea Manning: The Story behind the Wikileaks Speaker: Chase Madar, Noam Chomsky Book talk with Chase Madar The astonishing leaks attributed to Chelsea (formerly Bradley) Manning are viewed from many angles, from Tunisia to Guantanamo Bay, from Foggy Bottom to Baghdad to small-town Oklahoma. Around the world, the eloquent alleged act of one young soldier forces citizens to ask themselves if they have the right to know what their government is doing. About the speakers: Chase Madar is a civil rights attorney in New York and the author of The Passion of Bradley Manning: The Story behind the Wikileaks Whistleblower (Verso). He tweets 🤍ChMadar. Noam Chomsky is an American linguist, philosopher, cognitive scientist, logician, political critic, and activist. He is an Institute Professor and Professor (Emeritus) in the Department of Linguistics & Philosophy at MIT, where he has worked for over 50 years.

Procès Wikileaks : mais qui est réellement Bradley Manning ?


Un traître conscient de ses actes, ou bien un naïf idéaliste ? Au premier jour de son procès, la justice militaire américaine s'est penchée sur la personnalité de Bradley Manning. Euronews, la chaîne d'informations la plus regardée en Europe. Abonnez-vous et recevez notre sélection quotidienne d'actualités internationales:🤍 Euronews est disponible en 12 autres langues: 🤍 Ce jeune soldat est accusé d'avoir livré à Wikileaks quelques 700.000 documents confidentiels sur la guerre en Irak. Devant la cour martiale, le procureur l'a accusé d'avoir en toute connaissance de cause, donné des renseignements à l'ennemi", sachant que Al-Qaïda "utilisait WikiLeaks". Bradley Manning, lui, a des supporters à l'extérieur de la cour : "Je pense que Bradley Manning a fait plus que n'importe qui pour arrêter la guerre en Irak en révélant qu'un hélicoptère avait massacré des enfants, des journalistes, des civils, et ça a ébranlé la conscience du monde." "Je pense qu'il a fait ce qu'il fallait faire, il a révélé des crimes de guerre." Le procès doit durer jusqu'au 23 août. "Bradley Manning risque la prison à vie, rajoute Stefan Grobe, notre correspondant sur place. Mais le gouvernement joue sa crédibilité. Avec les récents scandales à Washington, le cas de Manning pourrait sérieusement altérer la confiance en l'administration Obama." Retrouvez nous sur : Youtube 🤍 Facebook 🤍 Twitter 🤍

Bradley Manning trial to begin: has Wikileaks done enough?


The US army private, Bradley Manning - accused of being behind the biggest leak of military secrets in history - goes on trial tomorrow.

We Steal Secrets: Die WikiLeaks Geschichte - Trailer deutsch / german HD


Jetzt im Kino! - 🤍 Trailer mit FSK 6 Nichts beeindruckt uns unmittelbarer als geschichtliche Ereignisse, die sich vor unseren Augen zutragen. In dem dokumentarisch ausgerichteten WE STEAL SECRETS: DIE WIKILEAKS GESCHICHTE präsentiert der Oscar®-preisgekrönte Regisseur Alex Gibney viele bisher unveröffentlichte Materialien, führt Interviews mit zahlreichen Beteiligten und berichtet minutiös, wie Julian Assanges umstrittene Website entstand, durch die es zum größten Geheimnisverrat in der amerikanischen Geschichte kam. Der geheimnisumwitterte Assange wird einerseits als Held der freien Meinungsäußerung gefeiert, andererseits als Verräter und Terrorist verdammt - sein Aufstieg und Fall findet eine Entsprechung in dem Gefreiten Bradley Manning, einem intelligenten, besorgten jungen Soldaten, der Hunderttausende Geheimdokumente von amerikanischen Militär- und Diplomatenservern zugänglich machte und so das internationale strategische Räderwerk der US-Diplomaten und Militärs offenbarte.

Wikileaks : l'ex-informatrice américaine Chelsea Manning à nouveau derrière les barreaux


États-Unis : la lanceuse d'alerte Chelsea Manning se trouve à nouveau derrière les barreaux, pour avoir refusé de témoigner. #Wikileaks Plus d'infos : 🤍

#202 - Chelsea Manning


Historien om den amerikanska soldaten och underrättelseanalytikern Chelsea Manning som 2010 läckte hemliga dokument till Wikileaks är en intressant histora. Händelsen har många vändningar, från fängelsestraff till att bli nominerad till Nobels fredspris. Chelsea Mannings läckte ungefär 700 000 dokument till Wikileak totalt utan eftertanke. Så pass urskillningslöst att hennes hackerkontakt kontaktade amerikanska myndigheter med anledningen att "liv stod på spel". Vad blev konsekvenserna och hur kan man förhindra ett läckage av den här typen? Vilka skydd fanns det för Manning och vilka skydd finns idag? Vad spelar visselblåsarlagen för roll i det hela? Mattias och Erik kommer in på hur benådning i USA fungerar och den arabiska våren och en hel del annat ...

US army whistleblower Bradley Manning sentenced to 35 years in jail


US army private Bradley Manning has been sentenced to 35 years in prison for passing classified... euronews, the most watched news channel in Europe Subscribe for your daily dose of international news, curated and explained:🤍 Euronews is available in 13 other languages: 🤍 🤍 US army private Bradley Manning has been sentenced to 35 years in prison for passing classified documents to whistle blowing platform WikiLeaks. Manning was convicted last month on 20 charges that include espionage and theft. Judge Colonel Denise Lind could have handed down a prison sentence of up to 90 years, although the prosecution had asked for 60 years jail time. The sentence was reduced from 35 years by time served to date Manning has been in custody since July 2010 - plus an additional 112 days for harsh treatment suffered by Manning since his arrest. Lind added that Manning will be dishonourably discharged from the army and forfeit some of his pay. Manning was a low-level intelligence analyst when he handed over more than 700,000 classified files including battlefield videos and diplomatic cables to the pro-transparency website WikiLeaks in 2010. The US government argued that his actions had put American lives at risk. Anti-secrecy and human rights groups have hailed Manning as a hero; Amnesty International has urged President Barack Obama to commute his sentence. WikiLeaks claimed on Twitter that the 35-year sentence was a "strategic victory" as Manning could be released from prison in as little as nine years. Significant strategic victory in Bradley Manning case. Bradley Manning now elegible for release in less than 9 years, 4.4 in one calculation— WikiLeaks (🤍wikileaks) August 21, 2013 Find us on: Youtube 🤍 Facebook 🤍 Twitter 🤍

Bradley Manning: "I am Chelsea Manning"


After being sentenced to 35 yrs. in prison, Pfc. Bradley Manning announced that he plans to live his life as a woman.

Bradley Manning Trial | Verdict for WikiLeaks Case Coming Tuesday


Pfc. Bradley Manning faces the possibility of life in prison for leaking classified U.S. documents to the WikiLeaks site when the verdict in the case is handed down by a military judge on Tuesday. WSJ's Andrew Aylward reports. Photo: Getty Images. Click here to subscribe to our channel: ‪🤍 Visit us on Facebook: 🤍 Follow us on Twitter: 🤍 Visit the Wall Street Journal: 🤍 Don’t miss a WSJ video, subscribe here: 🤍 More from the Wall Street Journal: Visit 🤍 Visit the WSJ Video Center: 🤍 On Facebook: 🤍 On Twitter: 🤍 On Snapchat: 🤍

Bradley Manning, héros ou traître?


Héros pour les uns, traître pour les autres, ce jeune homme de 25 ans qui risque de passer sa vie derrière des barreaux ne laisse personne indifférent depuis son arrestation il y a trois ans. Et c'est peut être au fond ce qu'il cherchait... Car Bradley Manning est-il la personne fragile, déséquilibrée et en mal de reconnaissance que certains décrivent ou celui qui, conscient de la portée de ses actes souhaitait comme il l'a déclaré entraîner un débat sur les actions de l'armée et la politique étrangère de son pays, et être en paix avec sa conscience ? Parmi les révélations qu'il enverra à Wikileaks, cette vidéo qui fera le tour du monde : les images de ce 12 juillet 2007 à Bagdad, quand un hélicoptère Apache américain ouvre le feu sur un groupe de gens. Ce sont des civils, 18 sont tués, dont deux reporters de Reuters. L'ensemble de ces révélations constituent l'une des plus grandes fuites de documents confidentiels de l'histoire américaine. Un procès devant la plus importante cour martiale jamais organisée depuis le massacre de My Lai au Vietnam en 1968. "Leurs conséquences sur ​​la politique américaine sont difficiles à évaluer, estime l'analyste Phillip Carter, mais de mon point de vue, cela a eu un impact plutôt néfaste sur nos relations avec les pays dont les échanges ont été divulgués via Wikileaks" Comment ce jeune garçon, né dans une petite ville de l'Oklahoma, adolescent souvent moqué pour sa passion de l'informatique, et mal à l'aise avec son homosexualité va-t-il devenir l'ennemi de son propre pays, même s'il affirme ne pas avoir voulu lui faire du tort? Il a 19 ans quand il entre dans l'armée. Et 21, quand il est envoyé en Iraq. Un gamin qui vit mal de toutes évidences ce qui l'entoure et qui n'est pas heureux. Aujourd'hui, Bradley Manning est en tous cas devenu une icône de la paix pour tous ceux qui manifestent contre la présence de l'armée américaine en Irak, en Afghanistan ou ailleurs dans le monde, mais aussi pour ceux qui veulent la vérité et sont convaincus que le gouvernement ment et cache des informations. Retrouvez nous sur : Youtube 🤍 Facebook 🤍 Twitter 🤍

Exmilitar transgénero Chelsea Manning, quien filtró documentos a Wikileaks, fue liberada de prisión


Suscríbete a nuestro canal: 🤍 Visite nuestro sitio web 🤍 Chelsea Manning, la militar transgéreno que estaba en prisión por una de las mayores filtraciones de documentos clasificados en la historia de EE. UU., fue puesta en libertad este miércoles, informó a la AFP una portavoz militar. Manning "ha sido liberada del Cuartel Disciplinario de Estados Unidos" en Fort Leavenworth, Kansas, dijo la portavoz Cynthia Smith en una breve declaración. Tras recibir una sentencia a 35 años de cárcel por esta filtración, fue liberada al cabo de siete años gracias a un indulto que le concedió el presidente Barack Obama antes de dejar el mando. En NTN24 Kevin Gosztola, periodista que cubrió juicio contra Chelsea Manning, se refirió al caso de la exmilitar y dijo que "podemos esperar que ella ahora continúe con su vida como alguien normal". También puede seguirnos en nuestras redes sociales: Twitter: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍

EXCLUSIVE: Julian Assange on WikiLeaks, Bradley Manning, Cypherpunks, Surveillance State


Visit 🤍 to watch more reports on Democracy Now!, an independent, global news hour that airs weekdays on 1,100+ TV and radio stations. In his most extended interview in months, Julian Assange speaks to Democracy Now! from inside the Ecuadorian embassy in London where he has been holed up for nearly six months. Assange vowed WikiLeaks would persevere despite attacks against it. On Tuesday, the European Commission announced that the credit card company Visa did not break the European Union's anti-trust rules by blocking donations to WikiLeaks. "Since the blockade was erected in December 2010, WikiLeaks has lost 95 percent of donations that were attempted to be transferred to us over that period ... our rightful and natural growth, our ability to publish as much as we would like, our ability to defend ourselves and our sources has been diminished by that blockade." Assange also speaks about his new book, "Cypherpunks: Freedom and the Future of the Internet." "The mass surveillance and mass interception that is occurring to all of us now who use the Internet is also a mass transfer of power from individuals into extremely sophisticated state and private intelligence organizations and their cronies," he says. Assange also discusses the United States' targeting of WikiLeaks. "The Pentagon is maintaining a line that WikiLeaks inherently as an institution, that tells military and governmental whistleblowers to step forward with information, is a crime. They allege that we are criminal moving forward," Assange says. "Now the new interpretation of the Espionage Act that the government is trying to hammer into the legal system, and which the department of justice is complicit in, would mean the end of national security journalism in the United States." To watch the entire weekday independent news hour, read the transcript, download the podcast, search our vast archive, or to find more information about Democracy Now! and Amy Goodman, visit 🤍. FOLLOW DEMOCRACY NOW! ONLINE: Facebook: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍democracynow Subscribe on YouTube: 🤍 Listen on SoundCloud: 🤍 Daily Email News Digest: 🤍 Please consider supporting independent media by making a donation to Democracy Now! today, visit 🤍

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