The US Whistleblower Chelsea Manning have to go back to prison. They had been dismissed last week. At a hearing, she clarified: you don't think about it, to cooperate with the prosecutors.
Ex-military intelligence analyst and Whistleblower Chelsea Manning again in coercive detention. This district judge Anthony Trenga orders. Manning must remain in the detention centre in Alexandria in the US state of Virginia, until they had to comment on the case or until 18 months from the session of the Grand Jury expiring.
Also you must pay from 30 days in prison, a fine of $ 500 per day, 60 days $ 1,000 per day are due. Only last week, Manning was after about two months of coercive detention released because the session was run for the period of a Grand Jury.Jury investigating Wikileaks
However, the public Prosecutor's office sent her promptly to a summons to testify before a new jury. The Grand Jury is investigating Wikileaks. Manning himself had given secret Material to the unveiling platform and sat, therefore, seven years in a military prison before then-President Barack Obama took the majority of their original prison sentence of 35 years. For your refusal to testify before a Grand Jury, Manning has cited a number of reasons.
So you stated that your opinion will not be brought as a charge against Wikileaks founder Julian Assange was. At the core of Manning argues that she holds the whole Grand Jury process is unacceptable. Their attorneys to emphasize that Manning should not be imprisoned, since they will stand to their principles, and not statements, no matter how long you had to be in jail, wrote the lawyers.Ex-WikiLeaks informant Manning from prison news Atlas |USA |Washington D. C.