Chelsea Manning was released from custody last week, after sitting there in 62 days for refusing to testify before a federal grand jury in the investigation of Wikileaks.
Now, she was forced back again. Manning has once again expressed his refusal to testify before a grand jury, reports ABC News.
"I will not cooperate with this or any other jury," she said at a press conference before the hearing, according to the Hill.
it was expected then she flagged for it during the week. In a statement from Mannings lawyer last week called it ”Chelsea will continue to refuse to answer questions”. The statement came shortly after Manning is released from custody for the first time, only to again be called for questioning.
According to Manning reminds the jury's questions about them she responded to several years ago about the leaking of secret information. She suggests that the jury can look at documents from the time, if they are interested in to get answers to their questions.
Manning was sentenced to 35 years in prison for leaking military documents to Wikileaks. She was pardoned after seven years of president Barack Obama.