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The Dangerous Logic of the Bradley Manning Case, Yochai Benkler, New Republic
12 July 13 | Professor Yochai Benkler was the star witness in the Bradley Manning case. His stirring defense of Wikileaks was the highlight of the lengthy trial. He wrote the following op/ed in March of this year. We are also providing you links to his compelling testimony and a link to piece he wrote with Floyd Abrams, also in March. Transcripts of Professor Yochai Benkler's Stirring Defense of Wikileaks: (Part 1) (Part 2 )
The Evolution & State of Journalism Becomes a Key Focus in Bradley Manning’s Trial, Kevin Gosztola, FireDogLake
Thursday July 11, 2013 |The defense in Pfc. Bradley Manning’s trial was able to successfully qualify Professor Yochai Benkler of Harvard University as an expert on the “networked Fourth Estate,” who could discuss research he had done on WikiLeaks and how it fit into the “networked Fourth Estate.”
Bradley Manning Defense Rests Its Case, Scott Galindez, Reader Supported News
10 July 13 | The defense included nine witnesses and a stipulation as to what a 10th witness would have testified to. Most of the evidence presented dealt with the procedures that were used in Manning's unit. Witnesses testified that Bradley Manning was the go-to guy for producing product and for how to use their computers. The quality control officer described Manning as the best analyst in the unit for developing product.
Bradley Manning’s Trial, Day 17, Kevin Gosztola, FireDogLake.com
Wednesday July 10, 2013 | Live Updates
Bradley Manning's Defense: Day Two, Scott Galindez, Reader Supported News
09 July 13 | All three witnesses today compared leaked documents to open source information. Davis and Ganiel were clearly more effective than Hall. The major question unanswered today is how the decision of the DC Circuit Court of Appeals will affect this case.
The Defense of Bradley Manning: Day One, Scott Galindez, Reader Supported News
08 July 13 | McNamara testified that Manning told her in a chat that he was learning more about politics and philosophy so that he could better advise his superior officers so that he could save lives. He also told her that he was concerned about protecting civilians and ensuring that the troops made it home safely to their families. He talked of the value he placed on life.
Lack of Transparency Means Tainted Justice for Bradley Manning, Alexa O'Brien, Guardian UK
07 July 13 | The US government rested its case against the WikiLeaks source, Bradley Manning on Tuesday, bringing to an end the prosecution phase of the most significant criminal trial of an official leaker in at least a generation.
Government Rests Its Case Against Bradley Manning, Ed Pilkington, Guardian UK
03 July 13 |The US government rested its case against the WikiLeaks source, Bradley Manning on Tuesday, bringing to an end the prosecution phase of the most significant criminal trial of an official leaker in at least a generation.