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Leftie publisher O/R Books is covering the Bradley Manning trial for a book slated to appear in October, "The United States vs. PFC Bradley Manning: A Graphic Account From Inside the Courtroom." The chronicler is Clark Stoeckley -- he's a WikiLeaks...
Tags: Book, Google+, Justice and Rights, Media Industry, Afghanistan
Staff Writer -- email@example.com Twitter: @BrandonHubbardThe U.S. Legislature is pondering how to address a growing problem of unreported sexual assaults in the military, and Michigan lawmakers could figure prominently into the reforms. Last year 3,374 cases involving sexual misconduct were reported in the...
ReutersNEW YORK (Reuters) - When Private First Class Bradley Manning was seeking a civilian defense attorney to bolster his government-appointed legal team in 2010, he considered a number of lawyers experienced in courts-martial. His aunt, herself a lawyer,...
FT. HOOD, TEXAS — A military judge decided Monday to grant a request by accused Ft. Hood shooter Maj. Nidal Malik Hasan to represent himself at his court-martial, finding him competent to waive his right to counsel after a doctor testified that he...
SAN DIEGO -- Five male staff sergeants at Camp Pendleton face dismissal from the Marine Corps after being convicted of fraternization with a female lance corporal, Marine officials said Monday. After a court-martial, one of the five received a bad...
An Army prosecutor told a military judge Monday that Pfc. Bradley Manning drew on his military training to harvest hundreds of thousands of classified documents from military computers and dump them on the Internet, where he knew their release would...
WASHINGTON (AP) — American military commanders wield substantial power to discipline the troops they lead. But an epidemic of sexual assaults roiling the armed forces has Congress about to rein in that authority. The only question is by how much?...
SEATTLE — Army Staff Sgt. Robert Bales has agreed to plead guilty to the killing of 16 Afghan civilians who were shot to death in their homes outside a U.S. Army outpost in a violent rampage his lawyers have said was brought on by stress fueled with...
Tags: Armed Conflicts, Punishment, Mental Health, Afghanistan, Defense
WASHINGTON — Army Pfc. Bradley Manning has already confessed to mishandling classified information for sending hundreds of thousands of U.S. intelligence documents to the WikiLeaks website, including reports of airstrikes that killed civilians,...
Tags: Armed Conflicts, Punishment, Lawyers, Laws, Daniel Ellsberg
FT. HOOD, TEXAS — In the more than three years since the shooting rampage at Ft. Hood, military judges have had to weigh one delicate issue after another as authorities prepare to try Maj. Nidal Malik Hasan on charges of killing 13 and wounding 32...
Chanting "Free Bradley Manning" and wielding signs that read "my hero" and "Americans have the right to know," hundreds of demonstrators descended on Fort Meade on Saturday to support the soldier now facing a court-martial in the largest security breach...
The Navy is investigating the alleged sexual assault last year of a female midshipman at the Naval Academy by three members of the football team, a Pentagon spokesman confirmed Friday. The woman has told investigators she remembers little of the...
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