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Judge raises standard of proof in Wikileaks case
At a preliminary hearing on Wednesday Military Judge Denise Lind ruled the state must prove Pfc. Bradley Manning [advocacy website; JURIST news archive] knowingly helped al Qaeda. Manning has pleaded guilty to several other charges, but is contesti (More)
Wikileaks defendant pleads guilty lesser charges
Pfc. Bradley Manning [advocacy website; JURIST news archive] pleaded guilty on Thursday to 10 of the 22 charges against him for providing classified materials to WikiLeaks [website; JURIST news archive] in what the government says is the largest lea (More)
Military judge rejects Wikileaks defendant's request to dismiss charges
US Army Colonel Denise Lind, who is presiding over the prosecution of Bradley Manning [advocacy website; JURIST news archive], on Tuesday dismissed a defense motion arguing that Manning should be released based on a lack of a speedy trial. Lind ind (More)
WikiLeaks judge: prosecutors must prove defendant knew he was aiding enemy
Army Colonel Denise Lind, who is presiding over the prosecution of Bradley Manning [advocacy website; JURIST news archive], ruled on Wednesday that prosecutors must prove that Manning was aware that he was providing information to an enemy of the US (More)
Military judge rules pre-trial punishment of Wikileaks defendant was illegal
A US military judge ruled Tuesday that the pre-trial punishment of Army Pfc. Bradley Manning [advocacy website; JURIST news archive], who is accused of leaking confidential documents to WikiLeaks [website; JURIST news archive], was illegal and exces (More)
Military judge accepts plea terms for Army private charged in WikiLeaks case
The military judge presiding over the case of Army Pfc. Bradley Manning [advocacy website; JURIST news archive], who is accused of leaking confidential documents to WikiLeaks [website; JURIST news archive], accepted on Thursday the terms of a parti (More)
Army private charged in WikiLeaks case offers partial guilty plea
Army Pfc. Bradley Manning [advocacy website; JURIST news archive], who is accused of leaking confidential documents to WikiLeaks [website; JURIST news archive], offered a guilty plea on Wednesday to several of the charges that the government has lev (More)
Wikileaks begins release of confidential US 'detainee policies'
The controversial intelligence-leaking website Wikileaks [website; JURIST news archive] on Thursday began releasing a series of confidential US detainee policies , according to the website. The site said that it will release "more than 100 classifi (More)
Federal judge upholds secrecy of documents released by Wikileaks
A judge for the US District Court for the District of Columbia ruled Monday that the government is not required to release documents that are designated as secret, even though they have allegedly been made available to the public already. The case (More)
Military judge to review allegedly withheld evidence in Wikileaks trial
Army Col. Denise Lind on Monday ordered the prosecution in the case against Pfc. Bradley Manning [advocacy website; JURIST news archive] to submit to her a number of files that were allegedly withheld from the defense during discovery. Manning is ac (More)