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Chelsea Manning

Chelsea Manning was convicted in 2013 of the Espionage Act for leaking classified documents in what came to be known as WikiLeaks. In 2017, then-President Barack Obama commuted her sentence. She was jailed again between 2019 and 2020 for refusing to testify against WikiLeaks' Julian Assange.

Chelsea Manning Released From Prison

District Judge Anthony Trenga ordered the release of whistleblower activist Chelsea Manning Thursday, one day after Manning was reported to have attempted suicide while being held on contempt of court charges.

Assange Couldn't Crack U.S. Password: Indictment

An indictment lodged against WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange alleges that he needed the help of intelligence analyst Chelsea Manning to breach the U.S. government's database.

Wikileaks' Assange Stands by U.S. Extradition Offer

Assange said last week he would accept extradition if former military intelligence analyst Chelsea Manning were freed and on Wednesday U.S. President Barack Obama commuted Manning's 35-year sentence.