Manning Acquitted on Aiding & Abetting Charges, Convicted on Other Charges
July 30, 2013

A military judge Tuesday acquitted Pfc. Bradley Manning of aiding the enemy — the most serious charge the Army intelligence analyst faced for leaking hundreds of thousands of classified military reports and diplomatic cables.

Manning was convicted on nearly all of the lesser charges considered by the judge, Army Col. Denise Lind, in connection with the largest breach of classified material in U.S. history.

WikiLeaks Army Private Now at Leavenworth
April 21, 2011

The Army private suspected of giving troves of classified information to the WikiLeaks website has arrived at a detention facility in Kansas where he will await the government’s decision on whether to put him on trial, according to the Associated Press.

Pfc. Bradley Manning was transferred to the facility at Fort Leavenworth, Kan., from a Marine brig at Quantico, Va., where he had been confined since last summer.

An Army spokesman at the Pentagon, Col. Tom Collins, said Manning arrived safely at Leavenworth’s Joint Regional Correctional Facility at about 2:50 p.m. Eastern Time and over the coming five to seven days will undergo an in-depth assessment by medical staff.

WikiLeaks Solider to Leavenworth?
April 19, 2011

AP has this Tuesday afternoon:

U.S. officials say the Army private suspected of giving classified data to WikiLeaks is being moved to Fort Leavenworth in Kansas in the wake of international criticism about his treatment during his detention at the Marine Corps base at Quantico, Va.

The officials say an announcement that Army Pfc. Bradley Manning will be moved is expected Wednesday at the Pentagon. The officials  spoke on condition of anonymity because the move has not yet been made public.

Amnesty International has said Manning’s treatment may violate his human rights. A committee of Germany’s parliament has also protested about his treatment to the White House.

Manning is being held in maximum security in a single-occupancy cell at Quantico, and he is allowed to wear only a suicide-proof smock to bed each night.