27.05.2011 [Jamaica Gleaner] - During a conference call organised by the Bradley Manning support committee, Daniel Ellsberg told Reporters Without Borders: "It is my im-pression that journalists, in general do not understand the degree to which their interests as journalists and as
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02.06.2011 [Reporters Committee for Freedom of the Press] - The other alleged leakers are: Stephen Kim, a former Department of State analyst who allegedly leaked an intelligence report to an unidentified reporter; Bradley Manning, a US Army private alleged to have leaked classified information to WikiLeaks;
30.05.2011 [International Business Times] - It has been reported that the 'Anonymous' hacking group attacked PBS, known for programs like 'Sesame Street', after it aired a documentary called 'Frontline' that criticized whistle-blower website WikiLeaks and published posts by Bradley Manning
09.05.2011 [The Colorado Independent] - By John Tomasic | 05.09.11 Stewart Rhodes, head of the libertarian-constitutionalist rights group Oath Keepers, told Slate reporter Dave Weigel last week that imprisoned US soldiers Bradley Manning, a hero to some on the left, and Terry Lakin
26.05.2011 [Talk Radio News Service] - WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange told reporters Wednesday that the prosecution of Bradley Manning, the Pfc. suspected of supplying Assange's whistlebower site with thousands of secret documents, should be a matter of grave concern for all journalists.
02.06.2011 [U.S. News & World Report (blog)] - By Paul Bedard , Jessica Rettig Though a rift with the Pentagon over the treatment of Wikileaks suspect Pfc. Bradley Manning led to his resignation back in March, former Assistant Secretary of State for Public Affairs PJ Crowley still has friendly ties
30.05.2011 [Le Monde] - Dans un texte publié dimanche, LulzSec explique qu'il n'a pas apprécié un reportage diffusé ce week-end par PBS, consacré à WikiLeaks et à Bradley Manning, accusé d'être l'un des informateurs du site et détenu aux Etats-Unis depuis un an.