United States vs. Manning

A timeline of the U.S. investigation between 2006 to 2013

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On Monday, March 22nd, at approximately 8.30 p.m., a WikiLeaks volunteer was detained by Icelandic police for approximately 21 hours after police attended the volunteer's father's place of work on an unrelated matter. The volunteer was inexplicably detained over night. The next day, during the course of interrogation, the volunteer was shown covert photos of WikiLeaks' editor Julian Assange outside a Reykjavik restaurant, the back room of which was used last week to hold a production meeting on a classified U.S. military video exposing civilian kills by U.S. pilots. Specific references were made to the subject of video and 'important' Icelandic figures. No charges were filed. The names of well known journalists involved in the production were referred to in the police questions.
  Name(s:) Julian Assange
  Title: Editor in Chief
  Agency(ies): WikiLeaks
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Archive: http://archive.is/fmLRI
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During the course of the interrogation, the WikiLeaks volunteer was not only asked questions about the video based on non-public knowledge about its contents (i.e., information which only the U.S. military would have), but was also shown surveillance photos of Assange exiting a recent WikiLeaks meeting regarding the imminent posting of documents concerning the Pentagon.
  Name(s:) Glenn Greenwald
  Title: Journalist
  Agency(ies): Salon
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Archive: http://archive.is/1cIzZ
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