Wikileaks, Assange, Manning

Chelsea Manning is Free, and Her Impact is Worldwide

May 17, 2017

U.S. Army whistleblower Chelsea Manning is free after serving seven years behind bars. Kevin Gosztola of Shadowproof and Nathan Fuller of the Courage Campaign, have remained deeply involved in her case, discuss Manning’s freedom and her global impact

President Obama Commutes Sentences of Chelsea Manning and Oscar Lopez Rivera

January 17, 2017

We speak to’s managing editor Kevin Gosztola who chronicled Chelsea Manning’s trial

Julian Assange May Be Exiled in the Ecuadorian Embassy, But Wikileaks Continues

May 21, 2015

Michael Ratner examines four areas of the Julian Assange case and progress to date

TRNN Original Report: Manning Determined to Fight Back After Army Upholds 35- Year Sentence

April 20, 2014

Attorneys for Wikileaks source Chelsea Manning begin working on the appeals process after the military finds her guilty under the Espionage Act, a statute the Obama administration has invoked more than all previous presidencies

Bradley Manning Supporters Say Exposing Criminals is not a Crime

June 2, 2013

Outside Ft. Meade where Bradley Manning’s trial will take place, hundreds rallied to say that Obama Admin. attacks on whistle-blowers is an attack on democracy (Note: estimates of crowd size varied from 500 to over one thousand).

Manning Testifies About His Torture; Was it Aimed at Turning Him on Assange?

December 1, 2012

Michael Ratner: Manning describes cruel and unusual punishment; offers to plea to lesser charges

Assange Speaks to UN

September 30, 2012

Michael Ratner (US attorney for Julian Assange): Assange called for release of Bradley Manning and attacked President Obama’s call for free speech while suppressing whistle blowers

Pressure Put on Manning to Implicate Assange

September 11, 2012

Michael Ratner: As Wikileaks Founder Nears 100 Days in Ecuadorian Embassy Sweden’s refusal to interview Assange in London suggests they are working with US towards extradition

Ecuador Defies UK/US Pressure, Gives Assange Asylum

August 16, 2012

Baher Azmy (CCR): International humanitarian law trumps extradition treaties

Will Ecuador Give Assange Asylum?

June 22, 2012

Ray McGovern: Washington Post threatens Ecuador if Wikileaks founder given asylum

United States vs. Manning & Assange

February 29, 2012

Michael Ratner: Army is trying to pressure Manning into implicating Julian Assange so that he too can be charged and extradited to US